Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne arrived at Tabor Manor retirement home in St.Catharines on Thursday (Nov. 9) to continue her discussion on government plans to aid Ontario’s seniors. The plan, entitled “Aging with Confidence,” outlines the shifting needs of a population that is becoming Ontario’s fastest-growing age group (65 years and ...

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Women and gender non-conforming individuals from across the GTHA rallied together Thursday evening on Sept. 28 in front of city hall to support one another in the annual Take Back the Night (TBTN) march. Organized by the Sexual Assault Centre (Hamilton and Area) (SACHA), TBTN 2017 marks the 37th chapter in ...

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Students gathered outside the David Braley Athletic Centre on Sept. 20 to participate in Move @ Mohawk, an event presented by YogaFest. “YogaFest is about bringing the people together as one big community. It’s all about movement, sharing new experiences, being active, and just having a great time,” said Anthony ...

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As of Sept. 25, Hamiltonians will have access to free college classes around the city. The City School initiative and Mohawk College are now offering courses out of their new mobile classroom. The mobile classroom is an extension of the already-established City School programming. Natalie Shearer, a training specialist with ...

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Jamaican and Nigerian palates come together inside Dengi’s Kitchen, a new takeout business on the corner of King Street East and Tisdale Street North. Gospel singer and self-taught chef Dengiyefa Akene saw a niche in the food world of Hamilton that had yet to be filled. By making Dengi’s Kitchen ...

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Director Andres Muschietti has received mountains of praise from critics and fans alike following the success of his re-imagined Stephen King story, IT. The movie has already smashed Deadpool’s record for highest grossing opening weekend for an R-rated film, and cinemas are still seeing paying customers walking in to see ...

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