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A development company is proposing to build a 120-unit retirement residence on the former Holy Cross Church property on Maple Ave.
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Monday, October, 27, 2014 - 5:05:54 PM
Habitat for Humanity buys Exchange Hotel property for homes "Mattamy has a great track record of contributing to the preservation of important heritage structures in communities where they own property for development. It will be interesting to hear what plans they have for the grand old farmhouse they own on "
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Saturday, October, 25, 2014 - 3:03:29 PM
Habitat for Humanity buys Exchange Hotel property for homes "Thank you "the Canvas" We are very excited to announce this special project. Thank you for the warm welcome to the "hood" A special thanks goes to Mattamy Homes who continue to demonstrate their support of organizations like ours through generous"
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Friday, October, 24, 2014 - 4:04:39 PM
Habitat for Humanity buys Exchange Hotel property for homes "Welcome to the 'Hood! As a neighbour, I was pleased to read that Habitat for Humanity is buying the old railway hotel with plans to save it and build town homes on the historic site. This will preserve the charm of our neighbourhood and provide ne"
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Ward 3 councillors
Ward 3: Johnson and Kentner are back
Both incumbents are back in Ward 3. Moya Johnson topped the polls with 2,383 votes (33%) followed by Dave Kentner with 2,294 votes (32%). Coming third was Josef Jones with 861 votes (12%), followed by Rob Demille, 763 votes (10%), Dave Sands, 669 (9%) and Syl Carle, 145 (2%).
Ward 2 councillors
Ward 2: Ted Brown is lone newcomer on council; Lewis returns
The new face on Town Council belongs to former Independent & Free Press photographer Ted Brown who topped the polls in Ward 2 with 1,590 votes (36%)
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Jr. Jaguars finish season undefeated
CtK volleyball team 10-0 in Halton and 2nd at Ontario All-Catholic playdowns
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Several high school runners OFSAA-bound
GDHS, CtK athletes turn in strong individual, team finishes at GHAC meet in Milton
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Trunk or Treat! Please bring the children to Nassagaweya Presbyterian Church (NPC) on Halloween (Friday, Oct. 31) between 6 and 7:30 p.m. for treats from our decorated trucks or car trunks!
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I was hoping if I send you this message perhaps you would be kind enough to share it in our local paper so harmony can be restored to our neighbourhoods.
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The people have spoken
The voters have spoken and it will be déja vu around the Halton Hills council table for the 2014-2018 term as all incumbents including Mayor Rick Bonnette were re-elected Monday night. The lone newcomer will be former Independent & Free Press photographer Ted Brown, who will take the seat of retiring councillor Joan Robson. The campaign and voting are done— it’s time to move on.

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Several high school runners OFSAA-bound

GDHS, CtK athletes turn in strong individual, team finishes at GHAC meet in Milton

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