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Weekly barbecue raises $2,400 for Flamborough programs
Flamborough Information and Community Services was honoured to be able to work the weekly Charity BBQ this summer that was sponsored by Turkstra Lumber and various sales reps in the construction industry.
Food truck Mondays a huge success at Waterdown church
Labour Day Monday concluded our first annual running of Food Truck Mondays at St. James United Church. It was a resounding success!
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Friday, September, 05, 2014 - 12:12:07 PM
Lynden water woes continue with E. coli alert "The current crisis here in Lynden with respect to Total Coliform and E Coli contamination of the community well is unacceptable. Once again, an entire town must put their lives on hold due to additional contamination of our water supply system that i"
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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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Waterdown family barbecue a great community event
A big thank you goes out to Marvin and Michelle Creighton. The barbecue they hosted for people of Waterdown was fantastic. The food, entertainment and fireworks were great.
Twice-weekly mail delivery is the solution
This letter was submitted to the attention of the Postmaster General of Canada.
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.
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.
CHAMP coverage makes a difference
On behalf of The War Amps, I would like to thank you for Catherine O’Hara’s excellent article, Waterdown teen is a Champ (Aug. 1) featuring Abigail Capannelli, a member of our Child Amputee (CHAMP) Program.
Mandatory safety switch would have prevented days long traffic woes
Well it doesn’t take much to really snarl traffic in Hamilton! Just one dump truck hitting a bridge and chaos ensues for days throughout the entire Hamilton area.
Lost and found in the digital age
I did a little thing today, on my way back from Freelton...
Thanks to sponsors, volunteers who made Duck Dash awesome
What do you get when you have a duck, a trout and a great park?
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Team car whash boosts Pat Du four Memorial Fund
On Sunday, June 22, the Flamborough Sabres atom AE hockey team hosted a car wash fundraiser – not to raise money for their team but instead to provide support to the Pat Du Four Memorial Fund.
A cul-de-sac is not the same as a private road
Regarding the recommendation from a Flamborough resident that William Street residents bear private road maintenance costs when the north end is closed; one may expect this recommendation from someone who may have ignored the local traffic only signs and conveniently used William Street as the “Carlisle By-Pass.”
Carlisle resident pleased with William Street closure
There are many happy residents that live on William, Elderberry and Wildberry streets.
Residents should cover road costs
I understand drivers are to be denied the use of this street to bypass the intersection at Carlisle and Centre roads.
Flamborough partners fill food bank shelves
On a recent weekend, the residents of Flamborough and Fortinos Waterdown took up the challenge of restocking the Flamborough Food Bank’s shelves for the summer.
Higher electrical power costs are here to stay
The author from the Mississauga News didn’t quite get his/her facts right.
 
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