Keeping the Game On
The Epilepsy Support Centre’s Game On program gives attention to kids with neurological issues who are sometimes reluctant to join in playful...
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Keeping the Game On

Jonathon Brodie

In a few days the Epilepsy Support Centre’s Game On program could learn its fate. The Epilepsy...

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Coats for Kids looking for donations

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Minister won't back forced Ebola quarantine

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Jack Barnes knows a little something about music — he taught it to kids in the Burlington area for 35 years — and now he is...

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Fundraising support

Runner’s dream supports Ronald McDonald House

Roy Van Amerom has a passion for marathon running so he has decided to use that desire to help support an organization that...

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