Staying up late, eating the wrong foods and inflammation conditions are reportedly affecting Canadians now more than ever. In October, the Peanut Mill, a health food store in St Catharines, Ont. offered healthcare advice with a public seminar dedicated to the growing number of Canadians dealing with chronic sleep, digestive ...

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Burlington families took a step back in time and enjoyed an unseasonably warm Harvest Festival at Bronte Creek Provincial Park last weekend. There was plenty to get taste buds watering, including fresh apple cider, corn dogs, sweet kettle corn, and apple blossoms. Autumn scents wafted through the air as children ...

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You could say that NDP MP Charlie Angus put the “social” back into Canadian Socialism when he announced he was joining the NDP leadership race. On the last Sunday of February, a large crowd of supporters, curious observers, and media squeezed into the back room of Toronto’s legendary Horseshoe Tavern. ...

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While the country celebrates its 150th anniversary, the history of indigenous people in Canada is being ignored. During the mid-19th century, the Indian Act was implemented, which required permission for indigenous people to leave reservations, while poverty was widespread in indigenous communities and incarceration rates for indigenous people were at ...

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The hunt is on for the next big playwright in the Greater Toronto Area. The Hamilton Fringe Festival is holding its 11th annual New Play Contest, in which artists from the GTA are encouraged to submit their work to be judged in hopes of winning a free production slot in ...

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Mohawk College welcomed 40 new Canadians from 16 different countries on Oct. 12th at its annual Citizenship Ceremony in the McIntyre Theatre.   Coordinator of the Canadian Citizenship Ceremony Lucy Lobodici called the day a blessing for all new citizens being welcomed to Canada.   “It’s a very special time for these new ...

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Liberal Party leader Justin Trudeau came to Mohawk College Wednesday on a last-minute stop prior to Monday’s election. Trudeau stopped by Mohawk’s engineering wing to test out a student-made robotic arm before speaking at a press conference in the Collaboratory. Trudeau made a few announcements during the press conference, two ...

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