From the moment Madi Leal from Guelph was born, her parents knew she would have a unique journey in life.
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Pat Mostacci of Hamilton thought he had the flu. It ended up being far more serious.
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Illyria from Stoney Creek was terrified after discovering the life-threatening cause of her hormone deficiency.
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On Friday, May 10, Luke Fillion will walk from Hamilton to the base of the CN Tower in Toronto in memory of his mother Janis for his sixth-annual Fillion’s Footsteps for Palliative Care in support of St. Peter’s Hospital Foundation.
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McMaster Children’s Hospital Foundation and Walmart associates from across the region gathered in Brantford to celebrate 16-year-old Natalie Hammond of Burford being named the 2019 Children’s Miracle Network Champion.
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Ron Joyce is being remembered by Hamilton Health Sciences as an outstanding philanthropist and community builder.
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“It began with a minor headache,” says Ravinderpal Duggal from Brampton. “Then I felt pain on the right side of my body and my vision started to blur.”
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