The best and worst ways to do summer

The best and worst ways to do summer

The best and worst ways to do summer

Best 1. Hanging out with your best friend, feeling the wind in your hair.     2. Keeping her safe on the scary...

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Ontario Health Coalition calls on government to 'stop the cuts'

Natalie Mehra, executive director of the Ontario Health Coalition, is asking the government to lift the four-year hospital funding freeze to avoid further health-care cuts.

Ontario Health Coalition calls on government to 'stop the cuts'

Members of the Ontario Health Coalition and their supporters staged a peaceful demonstration outside of Liberal Cabinet Minister Ted...

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St. Mary's drumline performance resounding success at provincials

Sean Afaga, Victoria Caravaggio and Sophia Cauduro perform during a recent media event at St. Mary Catholic Secondary School.

St. Mary's drumline performance resounding success at provincials

The St. Mary Catholic Secondary School drumline beat their way to their fourth-consecutive provincial championship in early May.

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Nominate your favourite Flamborough gardens for Trillium awards

At left, the garden at 21 Weneil Drive in Freelton earned the Pink Trillium for Ward 14 in 2014.

Nominate your favourite Flamborough gardens for Trillium awards

When Karen Brunsch checks out a garden, she’s not looking at its size, or even how lush its blanket of sod is. She’s looking for the “wow...

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Rockton Agricultural Society gets into solar power business

Rockton Agricultural Society general manager Don Pede, left, and Tim Christianson, the chairman of fair attractions for the Rockton World’s Fair, stand in front of one of the solar panel installations at the Rockton Fairgrounds.

Rockton Agricultural Society gets into solar power business

As part of the Ontario government’s Feed-in Tariff (FIT) 3 program, the Rockton Agricultural Society is installing solar panels on six of...

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Hamilton City Hall

Flamborough de-amalgamation group wants Hamilton to stop boundary review

Flamborough de-amalgamation group wants Hamilton to stop boundary review

The chair of the Flamborough de-amalgamation committee had an easy path at the May 20 government issues committee meeting when he presented...

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Waterdown family's bond unbreakable in face of rare disease

Little Zooey Schneider and her parents Brad and Monika sport yellow t-shirts on Wishbone Day, an annual awareness campaign for osteogenesis imperfecta, also known as brittle bone disease. This year, Wishbone Day coincided with McHappy Day, a fundraiser for Ronald McDonald House.

Waterdown family's bond unbreakable in face of rare disease

She’s only 23 months old, yet she has suffered 27 bone fractures. Despite her many injuries, Zooey Schneider’s spirit remains unbreakable....

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No injuries in two-vehicle collision in Waterdown

Hamilton EMS and Fire Service members help one of the vehicle occupants of a two-vehicle collision onto a stretcher Tuesday afternoon.

No injuries in two-vehicle collision in Waterdown

A two-vehicle collision on Dundas Street East in Waterdown slowed traffic Tuesday afternoon.

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News From Beyond Flamborough

Ontario

Lawyer's libel suit goes from bad to ugly

Lawyer's libel suit goes from bad to ugly; ordered to pay $100K

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Ontario

Timeline of Ontario's current labour strife in schools

Timeline of Ontario's current labour strife in schools

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Ontario

Demotion to be urged for G20 sergeant

Demote G20 sergeant to constable, prosecution to urge discipline hearing

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Ontario

Border guards seize cocaine at Toronto airport

Border guards seize kilos of cocaine at Pearson airport, customs officials say

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Ontario

Boy makes up story about drive-by shooting

Toronto boy accidentally shoots himself, tells police it was a drive-by shooting

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Ontario

Ontario delaying film tax credit cuts

Ontario delaying some film tax credit cuts after complaints from industry

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World

Afghan official says suicide bombing kills at least 5

Afghan official says suicide truck bombing kills at least 5, wounds 62 in southern province

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World

Army chiefs plan for proposed joint Arab force in Mideast

Army chiefs of staff draw plan for proposed joint Arab force in Mideast amid internal division

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uReport The News

Events In Flamborough

Networking/LinkedIn Workshop

Mon May 25 | 2:00 PM

Networking/LinkedIn Workshop

Mon May 25 | 2:00 PM

Student Job Search Workshop

Tue May 26 | 4:00 PM

Student Job Search Workshop

Tue May 26 | 4:00 PM

Food Trucks at St. James

Tue May 26 | 5:00 PM

Heavenly Food Trucks

Thu May 28 | 5:00 PM

Upcoming Events

Thu May 28 | 7:00 PM

Bereavement Support

Fri May 29 | 7:30 PM

Flamborough Youth Centre "Hang...

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