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Salad bar supper

Shannon Crocker has a way to feed your family, clear out your fridge and give just about everyone what they want to eat.  She...

Beach body

It's time to get outside and really enjoy the summer with fitness expert Brent Bishop. Follow on Instagram & Facebook

The Carbon Killer

There is a new technology coming to help give a more viable option for clean renewable energy.  It's called Green NH3 and we welcomed...

Fueling up

Registered dietitian, Abbey Sharp shared some quick and easy grab and go options to help you feel satisfied until lunch, so you don't go...

Family fuel

If you and your family have lack of energy during this winter season food specialist, Charmaine Broughton has some delicious recipes to that will...

Fitness that feels good

Signing up for a gym is the first step to fitness, but then there is actually showing up at the gym and working out,...

Gym fuel

Mia Savidis from Lean and Fit Elite was here this morning to talk about a brand new service they are offering. Follow on Instagram &...

Fuel for the road race

The Around the Bay road race is happening this Sunday in Hamilton. Runners- just like Charmaine Broughton-  have been training and preparing for this...

Crews work to clean up ‘significant fuel spill’ in Caledon

(Photo courtesy OPP Sgt Kerry Schmidt) Crews are working to clean up around 23,000 litres of gasoline after a fuel truck crashed in Caledon. The accident...

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