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Twice-weekly mail delivery is the solution
This letter was submitted to the attention of the Postmaster General of Canada.
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PARLIAMENT HILL: Riding for youth
The leaves are beginning to turn on some of the early trees, but it’s still great weather for a motorcycle ride.

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Monday, August, 25, 2014 - 2:02:59 PM
Preventing youth workplace injuries focus of provincial safety blitz "Employing young workers is another issue that we should not ignore. I've read lots of news about young employees being harassed, discriminated, injured, etc. and this is not good. Proper authorities should continue to monitor companies or business em"
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Thursday, August, 14, 2014 - 6:06:24 AM
Flamborough Soccer players face off at CANUSA "Flamborough soccer players and brothers Cameron and Iain McRae also participated in U14 and U16 respectively, their second year representing Canada at CANUSA. The U16 boys tied with Flint, MI and Flint won the U14 series. CANUSA is a wonderful expe"
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Tuesday, July, 29, 2014 - 12:12:01 PM
UPDATE: Peel police say standoff in Flamborough resolved "peacefully" "I live on hwy 5 and they came threw a 60km zone well over a 100km!! Is that a safe pursuit?? There was about 8 peel region police in a row about 5 seconds behind him doin well over a 100km"
Comment by BanSHee
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FAITH MATTERS: Forgiveness
The Brown family, the Foley family, families in Gaza and Israel, and so many others have experienced the rending loss of sons and daughters. For them, forgiveness must seem impossible, but forgiveness is the only path to healing for all hurting people.
Nikki Wesley, MWMG
MY VIEW: Soak yourself for ALS
I did it. I had a large bucket (actually a cooler) full of freezing cold water dumped on my head.
It took a bucket...
They say it takes a village to raise a child and now we have learned it takes a bucket of ice water to raise millions of dollars.
POLICE BEAT: Police field numerous complaints about off-road vehicles in Flamborough
Over the past couple weeks an increase in calls to the Hamilton Police Service crime manager’s office have been recorded after individuals in our community failed to comply with provincial law associated with the use of all-terrain vehicles and dirt bikes.
POLIC BEAT: Telemarketing scam reported
The following incidents occurred in Flamborough last week:
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FROM THE VAULT: Searching property records
A search of the first East Flamborough Township Land Registry Abstract Index showed that George Baker’s purchase of Lot 8, Concession 5, East Flamborough Township in 1822 was conducted without the request for a mortgage to cover the cost.
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FAITH MATTERS: Protest the bad things
I’m back in Waterdown after a summer holiday in Prince Edward Island.
Many recent events are hard to believe
There have been occurrences around us in the past and present that could almost qualify for Ripley’s Believe It Or Not.
Know your government
How well do you know your municipal government?
Eric Riehl, MWMG
MY VIEW: An infectious obsession
Call me crazy, but the Ebola outbreak in West Africa has me searching the web for one of those big, white astronaut suits – a protective garment I’m prepared to wear in an attempt to decrease my chances of contracting the virus.
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Hamilton Public Library helps gets kids back to school
These summer days have flown by so quickly; it’s hard to believe that it’s already time to start thinking about back to school. As we soak up the last few weeks of summer fun and summer reading, anticipation is building as students of all ages get ready to head back to school.
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POLICE BEAT: Copper wire stolen, cars entered
Officers responded to the usual number of calls this past week.
Time to really talk about mental health
When someone is treated for cancer we often say they fight it bravely or valiantly. Our language includes words like “journey,” “grace” and “dignity” when we describe recovery from a serious ailment such as a heart attack or stroke.
Nikki Wesley, MWMG
MY VIEW: Joy and sadness
When news broke on Twitter Monday night that Robin Williams had died, I at first hoped it was a mistake. Another celebrity death hoax.
Commuters need more options, not more lanes
Letter writer Jay Miller makes a good point that a simple safety switch would have prevented the Burlington Skyway mess. It wouldn’t surprise me if that truck had such a device and it had been disabled.
Brenda Jefferies, Review
Thanks to those who made migrant workers dinner a hit
A huge thank you to all the people who helped make St. James United Church’s recent Migrant Workers Dinner (our first but not last) a resounding success.
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