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Yogashala

This morning Lesley Stewart showed us the many sides to yoga at Yogashala, as we look at different ways to move our bodies in...

Village of Ancaster

Lesley is spending time in Ancaster Village highlighting all of the changes in the downtown area and doing a little Christmas shopping along the...

WinterFest at Wonderland

Canada's Wonderland decided to get into the Christmas sprit this year. For the first time ever they have invited the Sugarplum Fairy, Jack Frost,...

Holiday beauty

Beauty expert Chantel Guertin was here today to give us a sneak peek at some of the great holiday beauty offerings hitting the stores...

Fun with plaid

Plaid is one of this fall's hottest trends. Style expert Natalie Sexton joined us this morning with fun and affordable ways to wear it.

Financial Literacy Month

November is Financial Literacy Month and to tell us more about that we welcomed managing editor of lowestrates.ca, John Shmuel.

Celebrating 50 years at Stoney Creek Furniture

Stoney Creek Furniture is celebrating 50 years in the community! Lesley Stewart was there this morning to take a look back on the history of...

Nelles Manor

Since it's Halloween, Lesley Stewart got spooked at Nelles Manor in Grimsby with a real life paranormal experience.

The new Joseph Brant Museum

This morning Lesley Stewart was is in downtown Burlington showing off the brand new Joseph Brant Museum.

Winter Boot Drive at Factory Shoe

It's that time of year when we need to start thinking about warm footwear. Perhaps your kids have grown out of their winter boots...

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