March 06, 2014
In Ontario, the fine facing motorists caught driving while distracted is about to increase from $155 to $280, effective March 18.
February 28, 2014
We are three months into a harsh Canadian winter. The unrelenting cold continues. Snow, ice, freezing rain and other forms of gelid precipitation keep falling. Snowbanks have been obstructing our vision and walking the sidewalks has become a balancing act thanks to the buildup of slush that melts, then refreezes.
February 20, 2014
Canadians are known for being a demure lot, but as our Olympic athletes make their presence felt on the medal podium this month, it’s a reminder of all that should be a source of pride.
February 12, 2014
Hamilton takes care of its roads, trims its own trees, plants flowers on its boulevards and cuts the grass on municipality-owned medians. So why doesn’t it take care of its sidewalks?
February 06, 2014
Police officers know that dealing with dangerous people often comes with the job.
January 29, 2014
How many more innocent lives will be publicly destroyed before Canada finally starts prosecuting cyberbullies?
January 23, 2014
Snow and ice storms and the colder weather in general bring many risks and hazards, especially for seniors. We need to keep an eye on our elderly loved ones, friends and neighbours.
January 20, 2014
There’s no doubt: this is an election year. Why else would the subject of municipal amalgamation be pre-occupying our local leaders?
January 09, 2014
Ten months may seem like a long time. But before you know it, we’ll be heading to the polls to cast our votes to choose our municipal leaders and school board trustees
December 31, 2013
Patience and calm – two qualities that were likely in short supply for those who were unprepared for a prolonged period of time without hydro during the December 21 ice storm – have returned to Flamborough.
December 28, 2013
Mother Nature has given us plenty of reminders lately that it's time to think about winter safety on the road and make sure our vehicles are ready to toake on cold weather and harsh driving conditions.
December 12, 2013
Ours is a car culture.
December 06, 2013
This Christmas, the Flamborough Review is issuing a challenge to our community:
December 02, 2013
Stoney Creek councillor Brad Clark is expected to introduce a motion at the Dec. 4 general issues committee meeting asking for a referendum question on whether fluoride should continue to be added to the city’s drinking water on the ballot in next year’s municipal election.
November 22, 2013
How can you tackle a problem that you can’t even talk about?
November 14, 2013
Sometime within the next six days, a Canadian woman will be killed by her partner.
That fact – along with a slew of other grim statistics – shows that this country still has a long way to go to end violence against women.
November 07, 2013
Each November, as Remembrance Day approaches, the pages of the Review contain stories of local veterans who laid their lives on their line to serve Canada in armed conflicts around the globe.
November 01, 2013
The United Way of Burlington & Greater Hamilton is more than a month into its campaign to raise $7 million – $4.9 million in Hamilton and $2.1 million in Burlington. The funds will be directed toward the literally dozens of vital programs and services that serve residents of the two cities.