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Shelley Scott
Shelley Scott, Executive Director, Flamborough Information and Community Services
2 hours ago | Add Comment | Flamborough Review

FLAMBOROUGH SENIORS: The benefits of de-cluttering

Shelley Scott, Flamborough Information and Community Services

So much of our attention is spent on “things.” Caring, cleaning, storing, arranging, packing,...

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web Rev. Christina Paradela

FAITH MATTERS: A vacation or a holiday?

Though the calendar marked the beginning of summer on June 21, it seems we know that summer is really here when school is...

Flamborough Review | by Christina Paradela, Rock Chapel and Lynden United Churches
Columns | Jun 27, 2015
Dean Del Mastro

Why is journalism so rarely funny?: Mallick

At a time when media are struggling for eyeballs and ad sales, why is news presented in such a charmless way?

OurWindsor.Ca | by Heather Mallick
Columns | Jun 27, 2015

Wimbledon probably not the cure-all for Eugenie Bouchard: DiManno

Canadian star too good to lose so early so often, Davenport says

OurWindsor.Ca | by Rosie DiManno
Columns | Jun 27, 2015
Robert Reich

Is the political centre disappearing along with the middle class? Delacourt

According to former U.S. labour secretary Robert Reich, politics is becoming more polarized because of a growing rich-poor...

OurWindsor.Ca | by Susan Delacourt
Columns | Jun 27, 2015
Gemma Chan

TV's Humans could be AMC's next hit

Twists make series about robots that develop feelings interesting. It debuts June 28

OurWindsor.Ca | by Tony Wong
Columns | Jun 27, 2015
DEER TICK

BERTON: Trouble lurks in headlines

Ticks, Lyme disease, lightening, terrorists: it's all so scary.

Hamilton Spectator | by Paul Berton
Editorial | Jun 27, 2015

Toronto Star's View: ‘HarperPAC’ showed how election laws can be undermined

Federal election rules need strengthening given the troubling rise of third party interest groups such as HarperPAC and...

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Editorial | Jun 27, 2015
Dean Del Mastro

Toronto Star's View: Del Mastro sentence shows election laws will be enforced

Voters should keep the Conservatives’ sorry record on election cheating firmly in mind when they go to the polls this October

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