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Ancaster-Dundas-Flamborough-Westdale MP David Sweet delivers remarks at the 2014 citizenship ceremony at Memorial Park in Waterdown as Judge Ted Salci and the stage party look on. This year's New Canadians Swearing-in Ceremony takes place Sunday, June 28 at 12:30 p.m.
After weathering heavy rains and falling temperatures through most of Saturday afternoon, organizers of Waterdown's Oh Canada Ribfest...
Brandon Myers lights luminaries arranged to spell out the word ‘HOPE’ during the Relay for Life at Waterdown Memorial Park June 19.
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Co-owners Mary Robinson and Patty Hayes stand outside the newly rebranded Fork in the Road Farm Market with Ward 15 Councillor Judi Partridge.
The shop at Robinson Farms has a new name: Fork in the Road Farm Market.
Brooke and Geoff Kulawick show off the boardroom and gold records at the new Waterdown location of True North Records. The independent record label is home to some of Canada's best known artists.
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Former Liberal Party of Canada leader Bob Rae (seated) and Flamborough-Glanbrook candidate Jennifer Stebbing are surrounded by supporters at Troy Cafe June 18.
Flamborough-Glanbrook Federal Liberal Candidate Jennifer Stebbing welcomed former national party leader Bob Rae during a visit to Café Troy...
POLICE BEAT: Centre Road mailboxes vandalized
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A glider containing pilot Rafael Bravo and Hamilton Police Cst. Wayne Potter takes off June 18 at the SOSA Gliding Club near Rockton.
Students from Hamilton’s inner city were soaring high in the skies above Flamborough this week.
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