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2015/04/27 22:57
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Q-Mack is Canada's basketball trickster. On June 11, the Brantford native, who is known for his signature yellow beard, and his crew will share some of those tricks to shine the spotlight on mental...
2015/04/27 22:57
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2015/04/27 19:45
2015/04/27 19:45
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Scientists may be one step closer to bringing the woolly mammoth back to life. In a new study, an international team of researchers has sequenced the genomes of two Siberian woolly mammoths --...
2015/04/25 02:38
2015/04/25 02:38
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Forgiveness does not often make its way into a courtroom. But it filled the seats as a Brantford police constable pleaded guilty to impaired driving while the family of his friend who died that night...
2015/04/24 12:56
2015/04/24 12:56
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CARTOON Graeme MacKay,The Hamilton Spectator Editorial cartoon by Graeme MacKay, The Hamilton Spectator - Friday April 24 2015 Of Woolley Mammoths and Mass Transit Provincial cash for Hamilton rapid...
2015/04/24 09:39
2015/04/24 09:39
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Every Sunday Victoria Leonard has a date – with a math tutor. The 15-year-old Grade 10 student isn’t failing. She has a decent A- average, and last year made the honour roll at Oakville Trafalgar...
2015/04/23 22:57
2015/04/23 22:57
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A Six Nations doctor's efforts to bridge the gap between indigenous health values and the practice of western medicine has earned her an award from the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of...
2015/04/23 20:56
2015/04/23 20:56
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At the time of writing this column, we are anticipating the 2015 Federal Budget and Economic Action Plan. However, by the time you read this, it will have been presented. We know, from what has...
2015/04/23 00:57
2015/04/23 00:57
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W. Ross Macdonald music students are presenting Spring Sing! on Tuesday in the school's auditorium. It is a concert of musical theatre, folk songs, art songs and barbershop, courtesy of guests, the...
2015/04/21 22:57
2015/04/21 22:57
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The Caledonia Corvairs will be looking to accomplish something that hasn't been done in nearly a decade - capture back-to-back Sutherland Cup provincial junior B hockey championships. Not since 2007,...
2015/04/21 20:18
2015/04/21 20:18
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Families in Sarnia and Chatham invited last fall to be part of an updated Ontario Child Health Study are being urged to agree to participate, for the sake of future mental health programs and services...
2015/04/19 14:42
2015/04/19 14:42
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Student-athlete Taylor Blair of Bayside Secondary School has been chosen as a torch-bearer for the 2015 Pan American Games in Toronto. Blair will carry the torch on a pre-determined route through...
2015/04/16 11:52
2015/04/16 11:52
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Movember moustaches are more than a gimmick, says a Hamilton researcher who is getting $3.5 million from the popular fundraiser to determine if a common treatment for prostate cancer causes heart...
2015/04/16 09:39
2015/04/16 09:39
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When condo developers Tariq and Saud Adi were kids in Saudi Arabia, their physician father became involved in real estate and would take his sons out driving with him to look at properties. So the Adi...
2015/04/15 20:13
2015/04/15 20:13
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BRAMPTON — About 130 students from Peel participated in an interactive workshop aimed at shattering cultural stereotypes. The event at Morning Star Middle School in Mississauga was hosted by the...
2015/04/15 19:57
2015/04/15 19:57
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Brahms, Please, in the Key of D will be presented on Sunday, May 3 by the Brantford Symphony Orchestra. Soloist Stephen Sitarski on violin will perform in the Sanderson Centre show featuring...
2015/04/15 14:13
2015/04/15 14:13
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... the Cold War is back,” Martyn Burke declared midway through a recent lunch. And that means a change of strategy not only in Washington and Moscow but also in Hollywood. As a result, The...
2015/04/15 10:30
2015/04/15 10:30
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Rwandans living in Jylland and Fyn in Denmark as well as those in Hamilton, a Canadian port city, last weekend gathered at different venues to commemorate the 1994 Genocide against the...
2015/04/11 15:38
2015/04/11 15:38
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KITCHENER — Dr. McCoy diagnosed and cured many crew members on the USS Enterprise using his trusty tricorder. Now a local startup wants to turn the fictional device from the TV series "Star Trek" into...
2015/04/09 15:18
2015/04/09 15:18
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Larger Outbreaks Loom as Shigella Superbug Spreads Throughout US, Canada, Researcher Warns Available for logged-in reporters only A highly drug-resistant strain of a nasty stomach bug known as...
2015/04/09 01:39
2015/04/09 01:39
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General Motors Co. is pressing the union at two of its Ontario factories to give up a long-cherished element of compensation packages – the defined benefit portion of the pension plan the company...
2015/04/27 22:57
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