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Salvation Army Kettle Campaign

Dan Millar of The Salvation Army discusses how to give back this holiday season with The Salvation Army.

Puck for a cause

Unfortunately, hunger continues to be a cause for concern in the city of Hamilton, especially when it comes kids. Luckily organizations like Food4Kids offers...

The Tunnel of Terror presents Moles Mad House for a good...

A Niagara Falls family is continuing its spooky Halloween tradition, while giving back. This year the money is going to Kegan MacPherson, as the...

Smile Cookie campaign raises record $9.8M for charities

Tim Hortons says its recent Smile Cookie campaign raised a record $9.8 million in just one week. Between September 16 to 22, customers could...

Student mental health

For a lot of students, today is the start of a lot of stress and anxiety. Amy Wang of jack.org was here with some...

Strides for the General

The Strides for the General is taking place September 14 at Hamilton's Bayfront Park with proceeds going to the Hamilton General Hospital. To tell...

DQ Miracle Treat Day

Today is Miracle Treat Day at Dairy Queen. For every blizzard sold, donations will go to McMaster Children's Hospital. To tell us more we...

Adam Atkinson races James Hinchcliffe to raise money for Make-A-Wish Foundation

It takes James Hinchcliffe just under 23 seconds to get around a go-cart track at K1 Speed in Toronto. He's been go-karting since he was...

Hockey Night in Hamilton

He's played in the best hockey league in the world for the past eight years and is very proud of his hometown of Hamilton....

Game On

The 7th Annual Outdoor Ball Hockey for Rock takes place next weekend. To tell us more about the event we welcomed Angelo Posteraro from...

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