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Foreign visitors helped drive a 10 per cent increase in spending during the medal round of Pan Am soccer in Hamilton. Uraguay defeated Mexico 1-0 in...
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Consumer spending in Hamilton jumped 10 per cent during Pan Am soccer finals

Moneris has released its Pan Am spending report and it shows the economic impact of the Games.

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Business | 12 minutes ago

Canadian economy careens toward recession as election looms

The likelihood that Canada has fallen into a recession deepened Friday with news of below-zero growth for the fifth...

OurWindsor.Ca | by Les Whittington
Canada | 39 minutes ago

One dead, dozens hurt after bus, car crash in B.C.

One person is dead, dozens injured after bus crash on Highway 1 in B.C.

Local | 1 hour ago
PORCH

Accused killer Loujack Café held Bible reading on slain man’s porch, witness says

Neighbour testifies that Café asked them to join him several days after George Burnett was stabbed to death.

Hamilton Spectator | by Ken Peters
Local | 2 hours ago
Mink release

Hundreds of mink released from farm during break and enter near Guelph

About 300 mink were released during a break and enter at a mink farm on Jones Baseline in Guelph-Eramosa Township.

Guelph Mercury | by Mercury staff
Local | 2 hours ago

Guelph native helping fight Ebola in Sierra Leone

Progress is being made in West Africa against the deadly Ebola pandemic that struck in 2013, but people there aren’t out of...

Guelph Mercury | by Vik Kirsch
Local | 2 hours ago
MELLOR

SIU says Mellor’s misconduct not criminal

Agency launched sexual assault probe last year after ex-officer pleaded guilty to inappropriate sexual relationships

Hamilton Spectator | by Daniel Nolan
Local | 2 hours ago
remembering dad

Guelph woman whose husband died of chickenpox urges vaccination

When his daughter Haley was born, Scott Kuehner’s doctor recommended he get the chickenpox vaccine.

Guelph Mercury | by May Warren
Local | 3 hours ago
BRAMSON

Mac projects get $2.4-million boost

Cash coming from the Canada Foundation for Innovation

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