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Food4Kids

The last thing that a child should worry when leaving school on a Friday afternoon is whether they will have any food to eat...

Five years after death, Maddie still doing good works

Her death may not be remarkable - but the life it represented was. Five years ago a Hamilton high school student lost her battle...

Where McHappy Day funds go

Since 1977 McDonald's restaurants in Canada have been holding McHappy Days to raise money for local charities, including Ronald McDonald house. As Adam...

Matt has a McHappy day

Highlights of Matt Hayes' McHappy day coverage from News Now Midday:

Helping kids in Cambodia

There's a fun and tasty event at the Hamilton Club tonight to raise money for a unique program to help kids in Cambodia. ...

Helping Hands Street Mission

Helping Hands Street Mission is a ministry that provides support for people in need in Hamilton. They will be holding their annual gala at...

Cash Money donates to Mission Services

This winter may have been mild, but there were still a few chilly days. Earlier this year, money-lending service Cash Money donated to Hamilton...

Donations sought for Ancaster food drive

On Saturday, volunteers will be going door-to-door, collecting non-perishable food items for the 20th Ancaster food drive. Tom Ippolito is here to tell...

Matt at 10th annual Soupfest

(Additional video) It's been a Hamilton tradition for a decade. Soupfest is a fundraiser for Hamilton's Living Rock Ministries. Matt Hayes was...

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Backyard pool sales soar

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