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Loopholes may sink lobbyist bylaw
Hamilton city council last week approved the city’s first compulsory lobbyist registry, to take effect in 2015.
Brenda Jefferies
MY VIEW: Puppy love, quirks and all
Tuesday evening, as I was pondering a topic for this week’s column, I changed into my running shoes, grabbed the leash and headed out the door with my lovely Lucy.

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Thursday, September, 18, 2014 - 7:07:57 PM
Flamborough-Glanbrook contestant receives 'green light' from federal Liberals "You can find out more about Jennifer and her campaign, and how you can help, here: www.jenniferstebbing.ca"
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Wednesday, September, 17, 2014 - 11:11:14 PM
New rec programs at North Wentworth Arena "Sounds like a great opportunity. It's just a shame programs similar to these aren't being offered at the Beverly Community Center in Rockton. As usual the rural communities lose out again."
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Friday, September, 05, 2014 - 12:12:07 PM
Lynden water woes continue with E. coli alert "The current crisis here in Lynden with respect to Total Coliform and E Coli contamination of the community well is unacceptable. Once again, an entire town must put their lives on hold due to additional contamination of our water supply system that i"
Comment by Syl Corsini
Key date in Hamilton history went unmarked
Sadly, Sept. 10 has come and gone with no mention of the 75th anniversary of Canada’s entry into the Second World War.
About those campaign promises...
Before you make grandiose campaign promises...
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SHARING HISTORY: Public welcome at Flamborough Heritage Society meeting
Nathan Tidridge will speak on the First Nations People in Flamborough and describe the history behind the new Souharissen Natural Area at the first meeting of the Waterdown-East Flamborough Heritage Society on Friday, Sept. 26.
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FLAMBOROUGH SENIORS: Wheel of Fitness for seniors
Flamborough Information and Community Services (FICS), the STEPS Company, and the Golden Age Vitality Company are presenting the next segment of “The Wheel of Fitness” for Flamborough seniors.
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Community! This word warms our hearts when we hear it.
Election a chance to get to know Flamborough
Here we go. Mark your calendars as the municipal election is set for Oct. 27 and the candidates are busy vying for your support.
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FROM THE GARDEN SHED: A time to celebrate
The Flamborough Horticultural Society is marking its 75th anniversary this year.
Food truck Mondays a huge success at Waterdown church
Labour Day Monday concluded our first annual running of Food Truck Mondays at St. James United Church. It was a resounding success!
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QUEEN'S PARK: Launching Dundas Eco-Park
The Cootes to Escarpment EcoPark System is an ambitious plan to link 1,900 hectares of natural areas and create a protected, permanent natural lands sanctuary from the Harbour to the Escarpment that promotes ecosystem and human health within the Greenbelt
POLICE BEAT: Thieves target homes and vehicles in Flamborough
School is back in for another year, so please watch for the children while driving about.
Pastor Bob Warriner
FAITH MATTERS: Living in the blessing
May God bless you with a healthy body, a sound mind and a joyful heart; with harmony in your marriage, laughter in your home, love and respect in all your relationships.
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ON THE BOOKS: Student at home? Library can help
While some of us might still be in denial, fall is definitely in the air and school is back in full swing.
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LOOKING UP: An early Harvest Moon
This year’s Sept. 8 Harvest Moon will be earlier than normal. It’s the first full moon close to the autumn equinox, which occurs Sept. 22 at 10:29 p.m. That’s when the centre of the sun’s disk crosses the Earth’s equator and marches southward every day for the winter.
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Waterdown family barbecue a great community event
A big thank you goes out to Marvin and Michelle Creighton. The barbecue they hosted for people of Waterdown was fantastic. The food, entertainment and fireworks were great.
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LISTEN LAUGH INSPIRE: Building self-esteem
Welcome back students and parents to another school year. Not surprisingly, in a survey (www.kidshealth.org) asking kids what worries them most about going back to school, schoolwork, social issues and appearance were the top three.
POLICE BEAT: Complaint leads to west Flamborough traffic stops
On Thurs., Aug. 28, a Hamilton Police traffic safety officer from the Mountain Division was made aware of a citizen complaint regarding heavy dump truck traffic on a non-truck permitted road.
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