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Recent blood donations helped CBS through critical situation
On behalf of Canadian Blood Services, I’d like to sincerely thank residents of this community who responded to our recent urgent appeal for blood.
Community event will help make church accessible
October 18 was a tremendous time in Millgrove, as the Community Centre was full of people enjoying soup, chili and Elvis in the building!

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Friday, November, 14, 2014 - 6:06:35 PM
Reader questions choice of federal Liberal candidate "I AM a member of the Liberal Party who was present and voted at the nomination, and advocated for local Liberal candidate Ian Dunlop, who spoke in English and French, a well-spoken author experienced in our local affairs and schooled in economic deve"
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Help keep small town shops, service alive
Recently, I was in a local grocery store and overheard a conversation in which two people were griping about how customer service “just isn’t like it used to be.”
Flamborough candidate committed to representing communities
This is in response to Mr. McCormack’s letter published in last week’s Flamborough Review.
Flamborough Food Bank thankful for student-led drives
The Flamborough Food Bank wants to thank all the Waterdown and Kilbride students who collected food donations on Halloween.
Reader questions choice of federal Liberal candidate
I read your report that Jennifer Stebbing has won the Liberal nomination for our new riding.
Intersection needs attention sooner, not later
I am writing to you to help our voices be heard in regards to a very urgent matter.
Volunteer took the role of Snow Angel very seriously
As the weather turns colder our thoughts turn to white: white grass, white trees, white driveways, white sidewalks and yes, white roads. Snow!
Highway procession a life-changing experience
I am still wiping tears from my eyes, as we get back after two hours on a bridge in Burlington waiting for Cpl. Nathan Cirillo.
Pipe up in support of improving neighbourhoods, urges Waterdown resident
I must say that I do agree with one point of W. Barnhart’s letter printed in the Flamborough Review Oct. 23. Traffic issues are a part of growth in Waterdown.
Waterdown runner grateful for Good Samaritan's assistance
I was outside running, enjoying this beautiful sunny day on Oct. 23 around 8:30 a.m. when, attempting to cross with the green light on Parkside Drive by the YMCA, I shifted to the left to push the pedestrian button and landed on a totally uneven surface and dropped like an stone, injuring my ankle.
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Carlisle bids farewell to seasonal workers
You came from Mexico, South America and the Caribbean and soon you will be returning to your homes and families.
Setting the record straight
The letter is premised on its statement that I “advocate ‘a solution’ by building more smaller schools.”
Traffic issues part of growth
I continue to be baffled by the complaining of Waterdown residents who live in the central part of town.
We have to make city ward boundaries work
Democracy, like everything else in the world, has evolved.
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.
Street should stay open
Even considering closing William Street in Carlisle is an illogical and asinine move.
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