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Carlisle bids farewell to seasonal workers
You came from Mexico, South America and the Caribbean and soon you will be returning to your homes and families.
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FLAMBOROUGH SENIORS: The benefits of active aging
A 2010 National Seniors Council report found that older adults – and society in general – benefit from active aging.

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Monday, October, 27, 2014 - 7:07:21 PM
ADFW MP David Sweet reflects on harrowing events on Parliament Hill "What happened is a tragedy, without question and I grieve for the soldier that was killed. A solid terrorist connection has not been established yet, there is much speculation on this. We must be careful not to jump into more security that will erode"
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Saturday, October, 25, 2014 - 9:09:14 PM
Parent's wish list for school board trustee candidates "Flamborough Review, Oct. 1, 2014: “The solution is to actually build more schools here,” he said, noting that the type of school is the question. “My belief is that small rural and neighbourhood schools demonstrate the best outcome for student"
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Saturday, October, 25, 2014 - 2:02:10 AM
Setting the record straight "Scooter and Websherpa, Mr. Lauwers' response was both moderate and respectful towards Mr. Powell's editorial. He even agrees with the "wish list" and said he would take it to heart. I think it is good to challenge candidates, however, your comments a"
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Thank you for voting
Last week, as politicians and the press across the province clamoured towards the crescendo of activity that only happens the in the days leading up to an election, the world suddenly stopped.
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FAITH MATTERS: How do I pray?
A lot of people struggle with prayer. I certainly do.
POLICE BEAT: Police looking for vehicles stolen in Flamborough
Local incidents of interest over the past week include:
Setting the record straight
The letter is premised on its statement that I “advocate ‘a solution’ by building more smaller schools.”
Traffic issues part of growth
I continue to be baffled by the complaining of Waterdown residents who live in the central part of town.
We have to make city ward boundaries work
Democracy, like everything else in the world, has evolved.
Garry Flood, Special
FACES OF FLAMBOROUGH: Ruth Blight - Century of family, nursing
At age 100, Ruth Blight has a lot of life to look back over.
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PARLIAMENT HILL: Standing by friends and neighbours
Since my last column, Parliament has debated and confirmed Canada’s participation in a multi-national force launching air strikes against the so-called “Islamic State of Iraq and Levant” (ISIL), which has also been referred to as Daesh.
Shauna Deathe, WDHS Cop-op student
MY VIEW: The art of living
I was first presented with the task of writing this column mid-afternoon on a Monday – which isn’t really a good time to approach anyone about anything, let alone a few hundred words on any topic of choice.
Searching for local stars
Star quality doesn’t necessarily mean jet-setting with celebrities, or hogging the limelight.
Rev. Cathy Dilts
FAITH MATTERS: Traditions of faith
Indiana – a dot on my map of southern Ontario, our very own ghost town.
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FLAMBOROUGH SENIORS: Understanding the aging process
According to the Ontario government, by 2017 Ontario will be home to more people over 65 than children under 15 for the first time.
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FAITH MATTERS: Holding on to Thanksgiving
I love Thanksgiving.
The race is on
In theory, anyone with the fortitude and the registration fee can sign up for the chance to represent their neighbours and colleagues, at the municipal level – even to lead as their mayor. It is grassroots democracy at its finest.
Flamborough is lacking democracy at local level
Thank you for publishing “Vote 2014” in the Flamborough Review of October 9, introducing the candidates in Ward 14 for the upcoming election.
Parent's wish list for school board trustee candidates
When Ward 15 trustee hopeful Nick Lauwers advocates a “solution” by building more smaller schools he demonstrates his inexperience and naiveté.
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