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7 Fun FREE things to do in Hamilton this Summer

Fun Things to Do in Hamilton This Summer by Patricia Santucci

Here comes the Summer Again! 7 Fun FREE things to do in Hamilton this Summer 1. Waterfalls Do go chasing waterfalls! It has been said (on the waterfall website) that if the Escarpment is the crown of Hamilton, then its waterfalls are the sparkling jewels in crown. More than 100 waterfalls have been identified within […]

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Hamilton, Love Your City

Hamilton: Love your City, I do! by Patricia Santucci

Announcing Our New Address 329 King Street East – In the Heart of International Village See our Contact page for a map & directions. Hamilton’s International Village Years ago I invested in downtown Hamilton by buying the house where I currently live. It was a great decision. I recently decided to purchase a building downtown […]

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Man with neck injury reading insurance claim

Is Your Motor Vehicle Accident Claim Catastrophic? by Patricia Santucci

Why Does it Matter? If you’ve been injured in a motor vehicle accident, and you have suffered significant injuries, your situation undoubtedly seems “catastrophic” to you. However, the word “catastrophic” has a special legal meaning when it comes to personal injury lawsuits. In Ontario, there is specific legislation which defines certain motor vehicle accident injuries […]

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How to Avoid Fatigued Driving

How to Avoid Fatigued Driving by Patricia Santucci

What is the Best Way to Avoid a Fatigued Driving Crash? There are an alarming number of people who are out on the roads, driving while fatigued. Are you one of them? Although this is not a new issue, fatigued driving has only recently been recognized as a significant problem by law enforcement. In fact, […]

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Preparing after a Winter Road Emergency

How to Prepare for a Winter Road Emergency by Patricia Santucci

Are YOU ready for a Winter Road Emergency? They say that “climate is what we expect, weather is what we get”. Well, it sure seems like “weather” is what we have been getting lately – especially severe weather. You will recall last year’s “polar vortex” that seemed to last forever. And last month our US […]

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Featured Article

Roger D. Yachetti April 14, 1940 – September 16, 2018 “Carve your name on hearts, not tombstones. A legacy is etched into the minds of others and the stories they share about you.” – Shannon Alder Inspiring people lead by example. Their passion, intelligence, and leadership reflected not just through their own achievements, but also […]

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