Since incorporating her eponymous business in 2010, Teca Cameron, 39, has gone through a few branding and rebranding periods. The first happened at 27, three years into her leadership role at a government agency. Cameron was starting to feel restless and unsatisfied at the organisation she had been working in ...

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On Feb. 3, the Lung Association held its third annual Steeltown Stair Climb to raise money for lung disease research at local institutions such as McMaster University. The building was filled with hundreds of people with different stories. Some firefighters were there to honour a co-worker with lung cancer, loved ...

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Leah Fuller started dancing at the age of four at the Hamilton Conservatory. Her mother had signed her into a program that offered art and performance classes on Saturdays. Every Saturday for three years she would spend the day learning dance, music, art or drama, depending on the Saturday. At ...

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As a young girl in grade school, Candice Gowans was called The Secretary because of her quirky fashion sense. She would wear long skirts and clothes other children her age thought were odd. She got her first pair of jeans in grade 10, preferring to wear clothes she designed with ...

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Mohawk’s second-year TV class is showcasing student talent and creativity through their “Capstone” final projects. Students have been producing short films that will highlight their skills and creative vision for their future careers.  The films will be premiered Wednesday, Jan. 10 at the McIntyre Theatre on the Fennell Campus. TV ...

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On Oct. 14, the Schizophrenia Society of Ontario (SSO) hosted its second annual Peace of Minds Walk at Bayfront Park. Guests arrived early to register, grab a snack, and listen to speakers before the walk began. The walk is meant to spread awareness about schizophrenia through the community and raise ...

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