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Saskatchewan roughs up Ti-Cats

Hamilton Tiger Cat quarterback Jeremiah Masoli, shooting for a CFL record 10th consecutive 300-yard game, couldn’t muster even a two-hundred yard night as the Cats dropped their second straight game to the Saskatchewan Roughriders last night in Hamilton.  Trailing 17-7 at

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Oil, TSX up, loonie steady

The price of gas ranges from $ 1.21-$1.36 a litre in our region as of  4:00 am from ontariogasprices.com Brantford-Brant:  $1.21-$1.33 Hamilton-Ancaster: $1.21-$1.35 Burlington-Waterdown: $1.24-$1.35. Milton: $1.21-$1.34 Oakville-Mississauga: $1.28-$1.35 Kitchener-Waterloo:  $1.25-$1.36. Cambridge: $1.22-$1.36 Niagara Falls-St. Catharines: $1.28-$1.35. Simcoe: $1.23 Delhi: $1.26

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Hot, humid, thunderstorm risk tomorrow

The Weather Network Forecast, Today:  mainly sunny. High 30 (humidex 36). Tonight: increasing cloudiness with scattered showers overnight. Low 20. Tomorrow: cloudy with sunny breaks, scattered showers with the risk of thunderstorms.  High 28 (humidex 34) Sunday: a mix of

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Intruder gets Simcoe man’s goat

Norfolk O-P-P say a man had quite a shock when he went into his garage. Officers say the homeowner called them earlier this week to complain about a four-legged interloper in his garage on Lynn Valley Road in Simcoe. Investigators

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“The Brady Bunch” home on the market

The two-bedroom, three-bathroom split-level home featured in the opening and closing scenes of the 1970s T-V show “The Brady Bunch” is on the market. George and Violet McCallister bought the home in L-A’s Studio City neighbourhood for 61-thousand dollars (U-S)

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Food waste costing Canadians

Governments, non-government organizations and food retailers are coming together to tackle Canadians’ food habits and the mountains of food they waste. A new campaign dubbed “Love Food Hate Waste” is being launched to offer tips on food storage, meal planning

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McGarry running for Cambridge Mayor

A familiar name in politics is looking for a chance to be the Mayor of Cambridge in the upcoming municipal election. Former Cambridge MPP and provincial Cabinet Minister Kathryn McGarry will have her name on the ballot on October 22nd.

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Port Dover restaurant patrons get eyeful

It was exposure – of a different kind – for a Port Dover restaurant. An unidentified man raised eyebrows when he strolled around an adjoining backyard in the buff Sunday afternoon on Lakeshore Road. A David’s Restaurant employee filed a

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Drive-thru assault at Brampton Tim Hortons

Peel Region police have arrested and charged a 21-year-old woman following an  attack on staff at a Tim Hortons in Brampton. Police say at about 3 a.m. last Sunday, a woman squeezed through the drive-thru window reportedly demanding to use

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Waterloo teen missing

Waterloo Regional Police are searching for a 14-year-old female. Marissa Joyce was last seen on Strange Street in Kitchener Tuesday morning around 8:30. She is described as five feet four inches and 120 pounds, with chin-length brown hair, brown eyes

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DeRozan now a Spur

The DeMar DeRozan era in Toronto is history. The Raptors dealt their fan-favourite all-star to the San Antonio Spurs yesterday in a blockbuster deal that sends 2014 N-B-A Finals M-V-P Kawhi Leonard to Toronto. Toronto also gets Danny Green while

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TSX, oil up, loonie declines

Gas prices range from $1.28-$1.34 in Brantford and Brant County. The September crude contract was up 48 cents to US$68.23 per barrel. The industrials and technology sectors helped lift Canada’s main stock index higher in late-morning trading, while U.S. stock

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Warm, sunny, weekend so-so

The Weather Network Forecast: Today:  sunny. High 28. Tonight: clear. Low 17. Tomorrow: a mix of sun and clouds with the chance of a thunderstorm.  High 31 (humidex 37) Saturday: cloudy with sunny breaks with the chance of a shower. 

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Damage a half-million in Roseville barn fire

Damage has been pegged at almost $500,000 following a barn fire on Roseville Road in North Dumfries on Tuesday afternoon. North Dumfries Fire Chief, Robert Shantz says they had a crew there overnight dealing with any flare-ups. He says the

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Missing Burlington teen OK

A Burlington teen missing for nearly a month has contacted police to say she’s OK. Halton Regional Police spoke with 15-year-old Gitti Wayezi and are trying to arrange to meet with her. Wayezi was last seen June 23rd and police

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