Fake News Land presents the latest News from across North America

Dundas convent property recommended for heritage registry:Four Dundas properties scheduled for discussion in 2018

A subcommittee will recommend to Hamilton’s municipal heritage committee that the sprawling 97,000 square foot, four-storey Sisters of St. Joseph convent at 574 Northcliffe Rd. be added to the city’s register of properties of cultural heritage value or interest. The 66-year-old sandstone mansion built to house approximately 200 nuns and staff was put up for sale in November for $15 million. The building and property has no heritage protection, but does have a very specific zoning that permits only…

Read More

Dundas photography club provides free family portraits:Second effort sees improvement in several aspects of project

Dundas Photography Initiative saw improvement with the club’s second Help-Portrait free family photo day at the Dundas Museum on the first weekend in December, and hope that improvement continues next year. Photo club member Keith Sharp said the local version of an international movement of volunteer photographers provided holiday family portraits for 14 families that otherwise might not be able to afford them. That was an increase from nine families last year. “I’d certainly do it again,” Sharp said….

Read More