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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.

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Wednesday, October, 15, 2014 - 10:10:23 PM
Parent's wish list for school board trustee candidates "Well written Mr. Powell! I would like to add: Keep in mind that country kids are tired of being on a school bus for longer than one hour (good weather doesn't happen everyday). That is two hours (minimum) of their lives on a bus each day. Standing in"
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Saturday, October, 04, 2014 - 3:03:01 AM
Traffic calming measures proposed for Sealey Park neighbourhood "Closing, redirecting and impeding traffic is not the answer. This is not fair to the residents of this area or those of Waterdown. They all deserve the rite to travel through their town/neighbourhood as they wish and require. No one should be enti"
Comment by forall
Tuesday, September, 30, 2014 - 2:02:08 PM
Traffic calming measures proposed for Sealey Park neighbourhood "As a resident of the core, I hate all of these ideas. Any such restrictions would stop me from navigating my own neighbourhood efficiently trying to get home from work, or just getting around for errands. It is a trade-off for us to be living in the "
Comment by wasfou
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.
WEB Melanie Southern
ON THE BOOKS: Changing lives one story at a time
Inspirational stories abound within a library – they can be found in a well-worn book of love and redemption, or in an article about a major scientific discovery. 
Eric Riehl, MWMG
MY VIEW: Mocking the vote
For the past several weeks, the Review’s editorial team has been working hard to provide readers with comprehensive coverage of the issues affecting Flamborough and the City of Hamilton.
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FAITH MATTERS: An attitude of gratitude
It’s Thanksgiving and this weekend, Canadians will gather with family or friends, maybe both, and spend time together, eating and drinking and enjoying each other’s company.
POLICE BEAT: ID stolen from vehicle at rural home
Hello Flamborough. In my last column, there were no break and enters, car thefts or vehicle entries to report, but the same can’t be said for this past week.
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FROM THE VAULT: Succession of landowners
Occasionally the Abstract Index books for East and West Flamborough Townships note that a will has been registered in connection with the future ownership of property.
Nikki Wesley, MWMG
MY VIEW: A journey into Ford Nation
I had long watched the Ford family shenanigans in Toronto, eagerly following any and all Ford-related news.
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QUEEN'S PARK: Working together
Premier Kathleen Wynne has made it clear: as our government implements a comprehensive plan to build Ontario up, we will lead from the “activist centre.”
Street should stay open
Even considering closing William Street in Carlisle is an illogical and asinine move.
A cyclist responds
As a retired person who cycles around Waterdown and on local country roads, I often encounter people driving cars, trucks and SUVs who are unwilling to share the road.
Focus on infrastructure to solve traffic woes
Closing, redirecting and impeding traffic is not the answer.
Give thanks – and the gift of life
As we head into the Thanksgiving weekend, most of us have plenty to be grateful for, not the least of which is our health.
POLICE BEAT: Beware of phishing scammers
Although our officers were busy with calls for service for a variety of incidents there were none involving break and enters, vehicle entries or vehicle thefts
The campaign trail(s)
With a little more than three weeks left in Hamilton’s municipal election campaign, the mayoral race is shaping up to be a choice between bolstering what the former suburban areas have lost over the years versus limiting the continued babying of the urban areas of the pre-amalgamated city of Hamilton.
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