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Another coyote attack in Hamilton-area

For the second time in less than a month, a coyote attack has left a pet owner reeling in the Hamilton-area. A Stoney Creek woman was walking Joey on a retractable leash when a coyote snatched the chihuahua-pomeranian cross on

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Waterford Cargill location for sale

A Quebec-based agri-food co-operative is selling several Cargill retail locations in Ontario, including one in Norfolk County. The co-operative will sell locations in Waterford, Alliston, Harrow and Tilbury to a purchaser acceptable to the Competition Bureau commissioner. The bureau says

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Swimming lessons changing at WGSC

Swimming lessons are changing at the Wayne Gretzky Sports Centre. The city is shifting from the Red Cross to the Lifesaving Society or LSS, starting in January. Spokesperson Sharon Sayles the LSS program is focused more on stroke and skills

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OPP target “Big 4” on Highway 6

Drivers beware. The OPP are conducting a traffic and safety blitz today (Wednesday) along the Highway 6 corridor, targeting the “Big 4.” The Burlington-led initiative will focus on distracted, aggressive and impaired drivers and motorists who don’t buckle up. The

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Simcoe business smiling about grant

A downtown Simcoe business has 10-thousand reasons to smile. Norfolk Dental Hygiene has received $10,000 under the county’s Community Improvement Plan. Business owners will use the money for façade improvements on a property located at 44 Argyle Street. The county

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Six Nations Police, OPP to update triple-murder

Police say they will update the public on their investigation into the slaying of three Six Nations residents, whose bodies were found near London. A news conference will be held at the Six Nations social services building in Ohsweken tomorrow

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Husband, wife Brantford plane crash victims

A husband and wife from Brampton are dead, after a plane crash at the Brantford Municipal Airport. Ronald Chamberlain, 76 and Mildred Chamberlain, 81, were both killed when the plane went down, according to OPP Const. Ken Johnston. According to

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Leafs crown Kings

Nazem Kadri had a pair of power-play goals in the Toronto Maple Leafs’ 5-1 victory over the Los Angeles Kings. John Tavares, Morgan Rielly and Andreas Johnsson also scored in Toronto’s fourth win in five games overall and its seventh

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Oil prices tank

Gas prices range from $1.00 to about $1.16 cents a litre as of 4:15 this morning. Brantford/ Brant: $1.00-$1.16 Hamilton: $1.03-$1.15 Burlington: $1.06-$1.16 Milton: $1.08-$1.15 Oakville: $1.04-$1.16 Kitchener-Waterloo:  $1.05-$1.15 Cambridge: $1.02-$1.16 Welland-Niagara Falls-Thorold-St. Catharines-Grimsby: $1.05-$1.11 Simcoe: $1.09 Dunnville: $1.07 Woodstock:

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Cold, windy with scattered flurries

The Weather Centre Forecast, Today: a few flurries this morning, then a mix of sun and clouds. Windy (northwest 35 km/h). High zero (windchill -4). Tonight: partly cloudy. Windy (east 25 km/h). Low minus 4 (windchill -10) Tomorrow: a mix

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Wet weather playing havoc with corn harvest

The chair of the Guelph-based Grain Farmers of Ontario says farmers across the province who planted corn are facing one of the most severe outbreaks of vomitoxin, also know as DON, they have ever seen. Markus Haerle made the comment

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Harmony Square has after-parade party

Here’s you chance to say hello to Santa before he flies back to the North Pole. A parade after party is planned in Harmony Square following the end of the parade, which starts at 6 0’clock on Saturday, November 24th.

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GTA out of running for Amazon’s HQ2

The GTA is out of the running for Amazon’s second North American headquarters. The retail giant announced that its coveted second headquarters, popularly dubbed HQ2, will be divided between New York City and Arlington, Va. The announcement puts an end

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Woman found in medical distress outside car

A 34-year-old female is in stable condition in hospital after she was found outside her car near St. Thomas. Provincial Police say they found the woman in medical distress around 4:30 this morning in the west bound lanes of the

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New Dunnville school opens

Dunnville’s new school has opened to rave reviews. Classes began yesterday (Monday) at Mapleview Elementary School, which brings together students and staff from Fairview Avenue and Grandview Central in a more than 45-thousand square foot facility. The energy-efficient, completely accessible

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