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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 story 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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FAITH MATTERS: Suffering grass
An African proverb says that when elephants fight, it is the grass that suffers, highlighting that those who decide to wage wars often have the least to lose.
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QUEEN"S PARK: Remembering how the lived
This week, we gathered in solemn remembrance to honour the sacrifices Canadian soldiers have made in the two great wars, in Korea, in Afghanistan and in numerous peacekeeping missions.
Lindsey Ryder • Special
Planning ahead for parade night
The Santa Claus Parade, which takes place on Nov. 29, and is enjoyed by so many, can be a bit of a logistical nightmare for the community.
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FROM THE GARDEN SHED: Plant collecting a passion
How far would you travel to get your hands on a unique or unusual plant for your garden?
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FLAMBOROUGH SENIORS: Memories of war
November 11 is the day to remember our armed forces who fought protecting our country during war. Amongst the overwhelming sadness that prevails during war there also have been many enlightening stories that dot our remembrances.
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FAITH MATTERS: Vision of peace
In the coming days, we will gather in places of worship, at school assemblies and at cenotaphs to remember war and pray for peace.
Mac Christie, Review
LISTEN LAUGH INSPIRE: Friends matter
I’m looking forward to taking on my new role as trustee for Ward 15 while continuing my work with Healthy Community-Healthy Youth.
Brenda Jefferies
MY VIEW: Kitchen nightmares
About 20 years ago, I read a book with the intriguing title, The $50,000 Stove Handle and Other Perils of Home Improvement by Gordon Pape.
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LOOKING UP: Astronomical gift ideas
Not sure what Christmas gift to buy for that stargazer on your list? Maybe the Hamilton Amateur Astronomers can help.
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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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FAITH MATTERS: How do I pray?
A lot of people struggle with prayer. I certainly do.
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POLICE BEAT: Police looking for vehicles stolen in Flamborough
Local incidents of interest over the past week include:
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.
 
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