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Ontario Finance Minister Charles Sousa delivers the provincial budget as Premier Kathleen Wynne looks on at Queen's Park in Toronto on Thursday, April 23, 2015. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Nathan Denette

Provincial budget bold and prudent, says ADFW MPP

Significant investments in infrastructure were unveiled in the legislature Thursday afternoon by Finance Minister Charles Sousa, who...

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Police investigate robbery at Waterdown pharmacy

Hamilton Police investigate a robbery at Pharmasave on Dundas Street in Waterdown Thursday afternoon.

Police investigate robbery at Waterdown pharmacy

The Hamilton Police Service K-9 Unit is searching the Waterdown area after the a Dundas Street pharmacy was robbed this morning.

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Waterdown’s Hawkrigg named Pan Am community torchbearer

Waterdown's Melvin Hawkrigg was named one of Hamilton's community torchbearers for the Pan Am Games torch relay. The relay visits Hamilton June 21-22.

Waterdown's Hawkrigg named Pan Am community torchbearer

Waterdown’s Melvin Hawkrigg has been named one of Hamilton’s community torchbearers for the 2015 Pan Am Games torch relay.

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Gramophone Tour Project to make a stop at Waterdown Museum of History

This gramophone will be on display April 29-30 in Waterdown District High School’s Museum of History exhibit.

Gramophone Tour Project to make stop at Waterdown Museum of History

A bit of audio history is making a stop in Waterdown next week.

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St. Mary's robotics team heads to FIRST World Championship

MakeShift’s robot, ROY G BIV, can stack shipping totes and recycling containers.

St. Mary robotics team to compete at FIRST World Championships

Forty students from St. Mary Catholic Secondary School recently traveled to Rochester, New York, where they competed in the FIRST Robotics...

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City Hall

Flamborough resident presents petitions for Hamilton to review ward boundaries, amalgamation

Flamborough resident presents petitions for Hamilton to review ward boundaries, amalgamation

Flamborough resident Roman Sarachman is determined to protect his community from a potential power grab from urban politicians.

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Greensville veteran shares war stories with history students

Second World War veteran Art Adams, 91, looks over wartime photographs on display at Waterdown District High School. The Greensville man, a former kicker with Squadron 436, points to a photograph of soldiers tasked with unloading supplies from an aircraft just like he did over Burma.

Greensville veteran shares war stories with history students

In classroom 2044, a treasure trove of decades-old war relics is on display. The assortment of items, many donated or on loan, offer a...

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Waterdown students publish high school newspaper

Waterdown District High School Grade 12 students Sabrina Elewa, left, and Mackenzie Boers check out the latest issue of the WDHS Chronicles, the high school newspaper they created.

Waterdown students publish high school newspaper

A new Waterdown paper is hot off the press.

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News From Beyond Flamborough

Canada

Government slow to cut backlog: NDP

With summer deadline approaching, tribunal backlog still looms large

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Ontario

Man, 23, killed after crash in Ottawa

Man, 23, pronounced dead at the scene in single vehicle collision in Ottawa

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World

'Chaos' at Nepal airport, Montreal woman says

'Chaos' at Nepal airport, says Montreal woman stranded by massive earthquake

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Events in Flamborough

Home Alone Courses

Sun Apr 26 | 10:00 AM

WMS Mission Awareness Service

Sun Apr 26 | 10:00 AM

John McDermott Concert

Sun Apr 26 | 2:30 PM

Alcoholics Anonymous - Waterdown

Sun Apr 26 | 8:00 PM

Al-Anon/Alateen

Mon Apr 27 | 8:00 PM

Mall-walking

Tue Apr 28 | 9:00 AM

Upcoming Events

Tue Apr 28 | 1:30 PM

Euchre Tuesdays

Tue Apr 28 | 3:00 PM

Axiom Club for Youth

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