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Jumpstart Charities, Hockey Canada Foundation get kids into the game
Tweet out "BigPlay during the World Junior tournament to raise funds
Flamborough players boost MVC to gold at Challence Cup
The MVC 15U Black team won the gold medal playing up an age division at the 16U Challenge Cup - Trillium B held in Hamilton.

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Reader questions choice of federal Liberal candidate "I AM a member of the Liberal Party who was present and voted at the nomination, and advocated for local Liberal candidate Ian Dunlop, who spoke in English and French, a well-spoken author experienced in our local affairs and schooled in economic deve"
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Waterdown players help 15U Blaze win gold
The Burlington Blaze 15U girls’ team competed at an Ontario Volleyball Association (OVA) tournament on November 8 in Richmond Hill.
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Waterdown dancers tap their way to international success
Four Flamborough dancers have tapped their way to international success in Riesa, Germany earlier this month.
Hamilton looking for Pan Am Games torchbearers
The Hamilton Pan Am Torch Relay Subcommittee is accepting nominations from the community for those wishing to carry the Games torch.
Glen Eden launches season
The 2014/2015 ski and snowboard season at Glen Eden launched on Sat. Dec. 13.
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Flamborough Sabres major peewees silver in Rochester
The Flamborough Sabres major peewee team traveled to Rochester, New York for the American Thanksgiving and had plenty to be thankful for by the end of the weekend.
Catherine O'Hara, Review
Sheffield students soar on volleyball court
The Dr. John Seaton School junior boys' volleyball squad is the little team that could.
Oldtimers play for the love of the game
For players from six to 60, there are plenty of reasons Canadians enjoy hockey.
U18 women's national team in Waterdown this weekend
Canada’s women’s under-18 hockey team will face off twice against the Ontario University Athletics Association women’s hockey all-stars this weekend at Harry Howell Arena.
Corner Pinners continue at top of Waterdown 55+ bowling leaderboard
For several weeks the Corner Pinners have led the way in scoring, remaining atop the leaderboard of the 55-plus bowling league.
Beverly atom LL Bandits win two tournaments
The Beverly Bandits LL atom team was victorious in both the Embro Aaron Yeck Memorial Tournament Nov. 22 and the Hespeler Shamrocks House League Classic Dec. 4-7.
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Carlisle chiropractor conquers New York City Marathon
Carlisle chiropractor Dr. David Veeneman recently ran the 2014 New York City Marathon.
Mountain Volleyball Club 17U wins Provincial Cup
The Mountain Volleyball Club (MVC) 17U team won a silver medal at the 18U Provincial Cup - Trillium B in Cambridge recently.
Sledge hockey fundraiser Friday in Beverly
Beverly Minor Hockey is hosting the Hamilton Sledgehammers sledge hockey team at Beverly Arena Fri., Dec. 5 at 7 p.m.
Hamilton Spectator Staff
She shoots, she scores
In arenas across the country, players are donning skates and hitting the ice as hockey season hits full swing.
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Flamborough's minor atom AA Sabres golden at Pittsburgh Thanksgiving Classic
The Flamborough Sabres minor atom AA hockey team took top honours at the Thanksgiving Classic tournament held Nov. 28-30 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
Canada is falling behind in skills development, say professional coaches
Professional coaches who ply their trade in Europe concur Canada is falling behind in terms of skill development at the minor levels compared to other countries.
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