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Series at St. Catharines oldest home tells residents the history of their property
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Luxurious condo with yoga room, outdoor theatre and boutique hotel under construction in Mississauga
A highly-anticipated condo that’s part of the ambitious Exchange District development will offer a range of amenities, including a yoga studio, pet spa, [...]
5 new openings at the biggest outdoor shopping centre in Mississauga
Exciting new stores are opening all the time in Mississauga, especially at the city’s biggest outdoor shopping centre Heartland Town Centre. Located at the [...]
Funds allegedly solicited for fake police publication, Oakville man arrested, charged
An Oakville man who allegedly solicited funds for a fake police magazine for over 12 years has been arrested and charged on Monday (Oct. 2). Police allege [...]
Ontario’s largest Chrysanthemum show returns to Hamilton this month
Ontario’s largest Chrysanthemum show is returning to Hamilton with its display of over 200 varieties of chrysanthemums set to bloom at the Gage Park [...]
Outgoing Mississauga mayor and Ontario Liberal leadership hopeful Bonnie Crombie defends fundraising efforts
Bonnie Crombie, the outgoing mayor of Mississauga and candidate for leader of the Ontario Liberal Party (OLP), sent an email out to supporters outlining [...]
Cops release photo of Hamilton woman charged in attempted child abduction
Hamilton Police are asking the public to be aware of a woman who allegedly tried to abduct a 4-year-old in Hamilton on Oct.1. According to authorities, the [...]
Combatting graffiti in Milton topic of BIA meeting
Graffiti and how to prevent it will be the main topic of discussion at the annual meeting of the Downtown Milton Business Improvement Area (BIA). Everyone [...]
Four vehicle collision in Brampton prompts traffic disruption
A collision involving four vehicles occurred in Brampton earlier this evening (Oct. 2). Police say that the accident took place at 7:05 p.m. near the [...]
Ontario minimum wage goes up today; advocates say still not a living wage
Ontario’s minimum wage rises today to $16.55 an hour. The increase is tied to inflation, and is up 6.8 per cent from the previous rate of $15.50 an [...]