Shelley Scott
Shelley Scott, Executive Director, Flamborough Information and Community Services
May 20, 2015 | Add Comment | Flamborough Review

FLAMBOROUGH SENIORS: Dear daughter...and son

Shelley Scott, Flamborough Information and Community Services

I could not resist this message even though we are past Mother’s Day and Father’s Day is still to...

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Columns | May 20, 2015
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FAITH MATTERS: Ascension and Pentecost

This weekend, the Christian church finds itself between ‘Ascension Day’ (May 14) and ‘Pentecost’ (May 24). For many, those...

Flamborough Review | by Pastor Jan DeGelder, Flamborough Canadian Reformed Church
Editorial | May 20, 2015

The Spectator’s View: Troubling questions about city’s driving woes

Why did it take so long before a terrible safety record was addressed?

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Columns | May 19, 2015

Oil price rebound can’t last: Olive

The oil glut that began last year has a continued long run ahead of it. That’s good news for consumers, of course

OurWindsor.Ca | by David Olive
Columns | May 19, 2015

Saying goodbye to cable? 4 things to consider: Mayers

More than 1 million Canadians get their TV over the air. If you’re about to join them, there’s more to it than an antenna,...

OurWindsor.Ca | by Adam Mayers
Local | May 19, 2015

Radley: Powerlifting grandmother is ready to take on the world

Five-foot-tall grandmother of three can grab a barbell and deadlift 285 pounds

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Editorial | May 17, 2015

Toronto Star's View: Good news out of the Senate, for a change

There was a glimmer of good news this past week out of the Senate: Liberal senators, freed from caucus discipline, have...


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