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The Girls Dressed for Murder

Author Lynn McPherson's latest book is called The Girls Dressed for Murder: An Izzy Walsh Mystery. It is a light-hearted whodunit set in 1950s...

Hogtown Empire

Hogtown Empire: The Disappearance of Ambrose Small outlines the circumstances surrounding Small's disappearance a century ago. The timely book is by author Geordie Telfer...

Remarkable pioneers

The roles women played in the second World War is the subject of "First In, Last Out: The RCAF, Women's Division and Nursing Sisters...

Rush to Danger

So often, when we talk about war, we hear about battles, and soldiers. But what about those who run in to help save the...

Eight Times Up

Inner strength can come from many places. That's the premise of the novel Eight Times Up by Hamilton author John Corr. Follow on Instagram


Each year, people spend thousands of dollars on coaches, books and courses trying to 'live their best life' but despite their best efforts, it...

Before The Lights Go Out

According to a new book our national past time is approaching a state of crisis. Canadian hockey has become more expensive, more exclusive and...

Man at the Door

Former Toronto detective and crime writer Des Ryan was back on Morning Live with his latest book Man at the Door.

Beyond the Trees

Bestselling author Adam Shoalts has been described as Canada's Indiana Jones and his latest adventure takes him Beyond the Trees.

Parking the Moose

Parking the Moose chronicles one Americans epic quest to discover his Canadian roots. Author and musician Dave Hill joined us this morning with more. Follow...

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Dundas teen arrested for setting fires outside homes

A 17-year-old boy is facing several charges after allegedly setting multiple fires outside homes in Dundas. Shortly after 1 a.m. Wednesday, emergency crews responded...

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Graduation day for aspiring chefs of a program aimed at helping...

Hamilton's first low-income cooking school students have graduated and hit the labour market. As Lisa Hepfner reports, it was a ceremony full of moist eyes...