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19 hrs ago | CBC News

Bail hearing for woman charged as accessory in Tim Bosma slaying

Christina Noudga, 21, has been charged with accessory after the fact in connection with the death of Tim Bosma, whose burned remains were found after he took two men on a test drive of a vehicle he was selling in May 2013.

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Thu Jul 24, 2014

Hamilton Mountain News

Change of venue for Hamilton radiothon

Mike Nabuurs will celebrate his 50th birthday by broadcasting for 50 hours straight on CKOC starting at noon on Sunday in support of Neighbour to Neighbour Centre.

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Wed Jul 23, 2014

The Toronto Star

Suicide on a Hamilton train track ends an 'already sad story'

Human trafficking survivor Timea Nagy, seen in a 2011 file photo, was lured to Toronto in 1998 from Budapest to work as a housekeeper but forced into exotic dancing.

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Hamilton Mountain News

Hamilton actor teaches Triple Threat

Hamilton actor Ashley Leggat works with Julia Watson and Emily Matsumoto at her Triple Threat Workshop at Hillfield Strathallan College.

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Tue Jul 22, 2014

CBC News

20 Hamilton human trafficking ring members deported

Ferenc Domotor pleaded guilty in Hamilton in 2012 to operating the largest human trafficking ring ever uncovered in Canada.

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Fri Jul 18, 2014

CBC News

Bosma case pretrial set for Sept. 9

Tim Bosma, 32, of Ancaster, Ont., has been described by friends and family as a kind-hearted man who was 'generous with laughs and love.'

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Hamilton Mountain News

Police nab Ancaster teens in CH Bray window smashing

Hamilton police apprehended three teens who were found smashing out a window at an Ancaster elementary school on July 17. At 4:05 a.m., a jogger alerted police to suspicious activity at CH Bray Elementary School on Dunham Drive.

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CBC News

Bosma case pretrial set for Sept. 9

Tim Bosma, 32, of Ancaster, Ont., has been described by friends and family as a kind-hearted man who was 'generous with laughs and love.'

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Hamilton Mountain News

Police nab Ancaster teens in CH Bray window smashing

Hamilton police apprehended three teens who were found smashing out a window at an Ancaster elementary school on July 17. At 4:05 a.m., a jogger alerted police to suspicious activity at CH Bray Elementary School on Dunham Drive.

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Thu Jul 17, 2014

CBC News

Protesters shut down Enbridge dig in North Dumfries

Protesters from Six Nations and southwestern Ontario stopped work at an integrity dig on the Line 9 pipeline in North Dumfries Thursday morning.

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Tue Jul 15, 2014

Hamilton Mountain News

Hamilton Police nab Ancaster drunk driver with kids in car

A 41-year-old Ancaster man faces a day in court after he was caught driving while impaired on July 14. Hamilton police spokesperson Catherine Martin said police were alerted to a suspected impaired driver in the area of Garner Road at 7:30 p.m. The driver, who had his two children in the vehicle, showed signs of being drunk.

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Thu Jul 10, 2014

Hamilton Mountain News

Hamilton seniors cycle from Kanata to Pembroke

Starting out from Kanata are John Attridge, left, Bobbie Robb, Brenda Zakrzewski, Sheila Leighton, Tom O'Shaughnessy, Joe Oosting, Freda Wright, Clive Wright, Sharon Gibbons and Dave Pringle.

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Hamilton Mountain News

Julian D'Angela wins Hamilton senior award for founding Ancaster Film Festival

Ten years ago Julian D'Angela really had no idea whether his idea would be panned or praised by critics.

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Hamilton Mountain News

Liberal MPP Ted McMeekin reflects on Canada Day

Like most of you, Canada Day makes me feel both proud and fortunate. It was also a very busy day for me as I travelled across our great Ancaster Dundas Flamborough Westdale communities - from the Canada Day Rotary breakfast in Dundas to the Lynden community Canada Day parade to the RibFest celebration that, besides the mouth-watering food, featured ... (more)

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Wed Jul 09, 2014

View Magazine

Best Of Food 2014

Every year I eagerly anticipate the arrival of a flood of Best of Food surveys in the mail.

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Tue Jul 08, 2014

Hamilton Mountain News

Returning home

McCalmont used to spend most weekends going back and forth from Canadian Tire Motorsport Park, previously known as Mosport, as she honed the art of racing.

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Wed Jul 02, 2014

Hamilton Mountain News

A warm Ancaster welcome

CEO Chris Stickles cuts the ribbon at the grand opening of Plant Products' new Ancaster warehouse with the help of Councillor Lloyd Ferguson , GM Gord Jahn and Mayor Bob Bratina.

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