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MY VIEW: A cookie-duster billboard
Looking at the faces various men around the community, you could be forgiven if you thought you had somehow been transported to a bygone decade.
Make season bright for local businesses
As the voice of the community, we are encouraging residents who are spending money this holiday season to make sure their dollars stay close to home.

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Friday, November, 14, 2014 - 6:06:35 PM
Reader questions choice of federal Liberal candidate "I AM a member of the Liberal Party who was present and voted at the nomination, and advocated for local Liberal candidate Ian Dunlop, who spoke in English and French, a well-spoken author experienced in our local affairs and schooled in economic deve"
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PARLIAMENT HILL: New benefits boost vets and families
In the past month, there have been two significant federal announcements that I want to highlight because they are important to all Canadians who are proud of our military and veterans – and to many families in Flamborough.
Recent blood donations helped CBS through critical situation
On behalf of Canadian Blood Services, I’d like to sincerely thank residents of this community who responded to our recent urgent appeal for blood.
Community event will help make church accessible
October 18 was a tremendous time in Millgrove, as the Community Centre was full of people enjoying soup, chili and Elvis in the building!
Help keep small town shops, service alive
Recently, I was in a local grocery store and overheard a conversation in which two people were griping about how customer service “just isn’t like it used to be.”
Garry Flood, Special
FACES OF FLAMBOROUGH: Eva Marsh – Living in a magic time
Eva Marsh lives with her husband in a red brick farmhouse in Copetown, and lists her main interests as people, current events and things going on in the community.
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FAITH MATTERS: Advent is a time of hope
What an exciting week!
Shauna Deathe, WDHS Cop-op student
MY VIEW: Hidden lives
Not too long ago, I came across a word that made me think, as words like this so often do.
Flamborough candidate committed to representing communities
This is in response to Mr. McCormack’s letter published in last week’s Flamborough Review.
Flamborough Food Bank thankful for student-led drives
The Flamborough Food Bank wants to thank all the Waterdown and Kilbride students who collected food donations on Halloween.
Lindsey Ryder • Special
Volunteers ensure Flamborough Santa Claus Parade's success
Have you ever wondered how a parade comes together?
ON THE BOOKS: A new look for Hamilton Public Library
Libraries and their role in the community are changing. We are no longer bastions of quiet reserve, and a warehouse of books. The modern library is recognized as a community beacon for discovery and creativity. We know that libraries must continue to be responsive to the many changes that technology and community demand.
POLICE BEAT: Flamborough residents urged to report all auto entries
Overnight on Nov. 13 – between the hours of 11 p.m. and 6 a.m. – suspect(s) used a screwdriver to spin the cylinder lock out of the main door at the Husky Gas Bar located at 271 Dundas St. in Waterdown.
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FLAMBOROUGH SENIORS: Learning from each other
On Nov. 13, a groundbreaking event at the Waterdown Legion engaged seniors and youth in activities and discussions. They shared knowledge and expertise with the opposite generation in a unique workshop setting.
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FAITH MATTERS: Staying in the race
Back in February while I was in Haiti, it seemed like a good idea.
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POLICE BEAT: Thieves target cigarettes in Greensville store break-in
This week’s Police Beat column includes some dated information as a number of incidents have occurred since my most recent submission.
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FROM THE VAULT: The rise and fall of Bakersville
By 1855, John Baker had acquired total ownership of Lot 8, Concession 5, East Flamborough Township from his brothers.
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