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Hamilton-made HitchBOT completes Canadian adventure
Can robots trust humans?
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Worldwide 24-hour Minecraft fundraiser Aug. 30-31
If you’re a fan on online games and you like raising money for charity, Mineathon might be for you.

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Monday, August, 25, 2014 - 2:02:59 PM
Preventing youth workplace injuries focus of provincial safety blitz "Employing young workers is another issue that we should not ignore. I've read lots of news about young employees being harassed, discriminated, injured, etc. and this is not good. Proper authorities should continue to monitor companies or business em"
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Thursday, August, 14, 2014 - 6:06:24 AM
Flamborough Soccer players face off at CANUSA "Flamborough soccer players and brothers Cameron and Iain McRae also participated in U14 and U16 respectively, their second year representing Canada at CANUSA. The U16 boys tied with Flint, MI and Flint won the U14 series. CANUSA is a wonderful expe"
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Tuesday, July, 29, 2014 - 12:12:01 PM
UPDATE: Peel police say standoff in Flamborough resolved "peacefully" "I live on hwy 5 and they came threw a 60km zone well over a 100km!! Is that a safe pursuit?? There was about 8 peel region police in a row about 5 seconds behind him doin well over a 100km"
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Mac Christie • Review
Waterdown Rotary holds seniors corn roast
The Rotary Club of Waterdown held its annual seniors corn roast Aug. 25 in Waterdown.
Michael Ivanin • Special
Craft show and market held in Mountsberg
The Carlisle Country Craft & Old-fashioned Market Mercantile was held Aug. 23 and 24 at the Mountsberg Hall on Centre Road at Campbellville Road.
Catherine O'Hara • Review
City unveils Waterdown heritage street signs
New street signs were installed throughout Waterdown's heritage district earlier this week
Hamilton police focus long weekend enforcement on speeding, distracted driving
The Hamilton Police Service will run a ‘Strategic Long-Week-End” enforcement program Aug. 29-Sept. 1.
Social media can leave users vulnerable to libel laws, warn experts
With the advent of social media, a community is no longer defined by its geographical boundaries. Instead, like-minded individuals can band together on the World Wide Web to discuss the things that matter to them.
Mayoral candidate proposes to cut red tape for Hamilton businesses
Hamilton mayoral candidate Brian McHattie is promising to make business owners’ experience with the city’s infamous bureaucratic red tape less entangling.
Catherine O'Hara
VIDEO: Country artist Kira Isabella performs at Dutch Mill
Canadian country artist Kira Isabella performed a short set for an exclusive audience at Dutch Mill Country Market Wednesday afternoon.
Hamilton issues heat advisory
A heat advisory is in effect for Hamilton Tuesday.
Catherine O'Hara • Review
Fire rips through rural Flamborough garage
A large number of full-time and volunteer firefighters responded to a rural Flamborough property to battle a “fully involved” blaze that caused an estimated $75,000 Monday afternoon.
Catherine O'Hara • Review
West Flamborough garage blaze causes estimated $75,000 damage
A blaze at two-storey 'working garage' on the 5th Concession Road West caused an estimated $75,000 damage Monday afternoon.
Police seek witnesses to Hwy. 6 crash
Investigators with the Ontario Provincial Police continue to probe a two-vehicle crash that occurred last Thursday on Hwy. 6 and Parkside Drive and are asking anyone with information to contact them.
UPDATE: Hwy. 8 crash sends motorcyclist to hospital
A 26-year-old man suffered critical injuries after his motorcycle collided with a sedan on Hwy. 8 in Flamborough Sunday afternoon.
Youth need Hamilton host families
Canada World Youth is looking for Hamilton area host families.
Preventing youth workplace injuries focus of provincial safety blitz
It may be nearing the end of summer, and the province’s workplace safety blitz is nearing its end, but that didn’t deter Ontario Labour Minister Kevin Flynn from standing in front of the Wild Waterworks gigantic wave pool to talk about protecting young workers from injury.
Hamilton's tax rate comparatively better
There remains some light at the end of the tunnel for homeowners when it comes to Hamilton’s residential property taxes.
Ontario labour minister downplays impact of minimum wage
Ontario’s labour minister says raising the minimum wage is not as important to lifting people out of poverty as getting them good jobs.
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