DEREK MELLOR

The SIU is investigating allegations of sexual assault against Sergeant Derek Mellor.

Hamilton officer under investigation by SIU

Derek Mellor has admitted in disciplinary proceedings to inappropriate relationships with women connected to human trafficking cases

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TICATS SIGN

This gargantuan sign would promote the team, as well as City of Hamilton events, with logos, LED display and ticker tape screens.

Province says no to giant Ticat sign, councillors may still say yes

Hamilton city council has already signed an agreement with team to erect 'marquee' gateway sign.

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CHILD SNEEZING

Children should cover their face and mouth when they sneeze to help prevent the spread of viruses like the EV-D68 enterovirus that causes cold-like symptoms.

Health alert issued for respiratory illness for kids

Eleven suspected cases in Windsor prompted fear over the spread of a vicious respiratory virus suspected of hospitalizing hundreds in the...

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Brad Duguid asks Ontario business leaders to shake off recessionary thinking

Economic Development Minister Brad Duguid stands just a little bit taller Monday as he overcomes his fear of heights to honour Carol Wilding, the outgoing president and CEO of the Toronto Region Board of Trade.

Brad Duguid asks Ontario business leaders to shake off recessionary thinking

Economic Development Minister Brad Duguid appealed to business leaders Monday to put recessionary thi‎nking behind them

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LANCASTER BOMBERS

The two Lancaster aircrafts, the RAF's Battle of Britain Memorial Flight and the Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum 's Vera, fly together in England.

Lancaster has landing scare but is OK

Hamilton’s Lancaster momentarily left a runway while landing in England Monday but “the aircraft is fine,” officials say.

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Have your say on the new Windsor City Hall

Campus concept

Have your say on the new Windsor City Hall

The City of Windsor has announced that voting is now open on the two design concepts for Windsor’s new City Hall.

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Windsor Police seek armed robbery suspect

Robbery suspect Keimonty Grayer

Windsor Police seek armed robbery suspect

Windsor Police are seeking a 28-year-old female robbery suspect, and are advising the public that she is considered armed.

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Train vs. wedding party

There was a hair raising moment on train tracks in west Caledon on Saturday, Sept. 13 as the Credit Valley Explorer came upon a wedding party posing for photos on the tracks.

Wedding party has run in with Credit Valley Explorer train on tracks

A pleasant afternoon turned into a short, hair-raising incident for two parties, as the Credit Valley Explorer train ruined an impromptu...

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News From Beyond Windsor

Canada

Study: Newcomers not sold on express entry

Study: New immigrants to Canada not sold on upcoming express entry system

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Ontario

Orillia couple win $50-million lottery

Woman's decision to eat fiance's ice-cream treat pays off - $50M, to be exact

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Ontario

Onley champions accessibility as term ends

Onley urges businesses to hire people with disabilities; last major speech as LG

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