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The highs, the lows: Grimsby recognizes World Diabetes Month

Tye Warren sits down at the kitchen table, munching on a bag of skittles. He’s just gotten in from playing at his friend’s house. For most eight-year-olds, skittles before dinner are a treat, but for Tye, they’re lifesaving. His blood sugar is low and he has a diabetic reaction. After…

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Packed house hears WLMH plan

On points with which Hamilton Health Sciences has control, president and CEO Rob MacIsaac was definitive last Thursday in laying out the future for West Lincoln Memorial Hospital. Read full story here: http://wn3.ca/2016/03/09/packed-house-hears-wlmh-plan/  

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Grimsby native releases movie

Like all brilliant students who have a poly sci/archaeology degree, and a law degree as a kicker, Adam Tomlinson’s career path seemed a natural. “Law school was supposed to be a practical back-up in case I couldn’t be Indiana Jones,” said Tomlinson, also a graduate of Grimsby…

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