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2018-09-21

Inflation eases in August

Posted by: John

Canada’s annual inflation rate eased just a bit last month as the core rate moved higher — feeding the case for higher interest rates. Statistics Canada says the rate fell to 2.8 per cent in August from three per cent

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2018-09-21

Alexa coming to a home and car near you

Posted by: John

Your word would be Amazon’s command, at least when it comes to a batch of new devices the online retailer is rolling out. The company has unveiled new gadgets aimed at realizing its goal of putting its Alexa voice assistant

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2018-09-21

Mediterranean diet can lower stroke rates in women

Posted by: John

A new study out of the U-K suggests following the Mediterranean diet — which emphasizes fruits, vegetables, nuts, fish, and unsaturated fats — can help lower stroke rates in women. For 17 years, researchers followed more than 23-thousand people who

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2018-09-21

Suspect vehicle photos in Kitchener shooting released

Posted by: John

Photos of a vehicle linked to a fatal shooting have been released by Waterloo Regional Police. A man was gunned down in what investigators believe was a targeted shooting in the area of King Street and Pandora Avenue yesterday (Thursday)

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2018-09-21

Province promising to expand natural gas access

Posted by: John

The provincial government is taking action to expand natural gas access to families and businesses throughout rural and Northern Ontario. The Progressive Conservative government says the proposed legislation, if passed, will result in an innovative partnership with local communities and

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2018-09-21

First-ever Walk for ALS at Holmedale Park

Posted by: John

A fundraiser aims to provide services and support for people living with ALS, a disease that has no cure. The first-ever Walk for ALS tomorrow (Saturday) is expected to raise close to $10,000 according to Melissa Van Tuyl, Regional Manager

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2018-09-21

Large fire at Mississauga auto scrapyard

Posted by: John

Officials say a large fire that ripped through an auto wreckage yard in Mississauga and spewed dark smoke into the air is now under control. Mississauga Fire Chief Tim Beckett says the fire broke out at Eagle Tech Recycling around

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2018-09-21

Jays stun Rays; Cleveland’s losing skid over

Posted by: John

Justin time to match the LARGEST 9th-inning comeback in franchise HISTORY. #Walkoff pic.twitter.com/iKcWZkptL8 — Toronto Blue Jays (@BlueJays) September 21, 2018 The Blue Jays’ bats came alive in the ninth inning, rallying from a six-run deficit to down Tampa Bay

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2018-09-21

Gas prices drop, U-S markets soar

Posted by: John

The price of gas ranges from $ 1.09-$1.26 a litre in our region as of 4:00 this morning from ontariogasprices.com Brantford: $1.12-$1.26 Hamilton:  $1.16-$1.26 Burlington: $1.17-$1.26 Milton: $1.09-$1.26 Oakville-Mississauga: $1.18-$1.26 Kitchener-Waterloo:  $1.17-$1.28 Cambridge: $1.10–$1.26 Welland-Niagara Falls-Thorold-St. Catharines-Grimsby: $1.20-$1.27 Simcoe: $1.15

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2018-09-21

Thunderstorms, risk of damaging winds

Posted by: John

The Weather Centre Forecast, Wind warning:  Strong winds that may cause damage are expected or occurring. Strong southwesterly winds gusting near 90 km/h are expected this afternoon and early this evening, with higher wind gusts possible in thunderstorms. These strong winds

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2018-08-23

Community Charity Airshow

Posted by: Melissa

The Community Charity Airshow is taking place at the Brantford Airport on Wednesday, April 29. Gates open at 11:00 AM and the flying show runs from 2:00 to 5:00 PM. Be sure to arrive early to avoid traffic! Admission to

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2018-06-28

45 Consecutive Years of presenting “The World at Your Doorstep” – The International Villages Festival is back!

Posted by: Mike Rose

It’s “The World at Your Doorstep” for four fabulous days from Wednesday July 4th to Saturday July 7th, the 45th edition of the Brantford International Villages Cultural Festival!. 45 years of bringing world class memories to the city, this year

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2018-06-14

Art Gallery of Ontario

Posted by: Melissa

The Art Gallery of Ontario is welcoming “Tunirrusiangit: Kenojuak Ashevak and Time Pitsiulak”, a unique celebration of two iconic Inuit artists as seen through the eyes of four contemporary Inuit curators. Opening June 16, this exhibition showcases over 100 works

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2018-04-06

Brantford Home Show

Posted by: Melissa

The Brantford Home Show is taking place from Friday, April 20 – Sunday, April 22. This show has been organized by experienced show veterans Sharon and Dave Jenkins of Jenkins Show Productions. The Brantford Home Show will be located at

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2017-12-27

Paris Ringette Association Annual Spring Ringette Tournament

Posted by: Melissa

The Brant Sports Complex will be hosting this year’s Paris Ringette Association Annual Spring Ringette Tournament from Thursday, February 15 – Sunday, February 18, 2018! Located at 944 Powerline Road in Paris, come out and support the teams and players.

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2017-12-27

Walter Gretzky House Hockey Tournament

Posted by: Melissa

Brantford & District Civic Centre is hosting the Brantford Minor Hockey Association Walter Gretzky House Hockey Tournament! This tournament is a 2-day, all-day event running on January 5, 2018 and January 6, 2018.

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2017-12-20

Cogeco Golden Horseshoe Hockey Tournament 2017

Posted by: Melissa

COME OUT AND CELEBRATE 50 YEARS OF “THE SHOE”!!!! In our effort to celebrate 50 YEAR’S of THE SHOE, we will be hosting a variety of exciting events, activities and displays, for all participants and attendees to enjoy. Like the:

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2017-12-20

Brantford and Area Sports Hall of Recognition

Posted by: Melissa

The Brantford and Area Sports Hall of Recognition is a 3,000 square foot space which proudly recognizes our hometown heroes through features such as Inductee artifact and memorabilia displays, Honour Wall of Recognition, Interactive Inductee touch screen zone, Trivia Game

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2017-12-20

City of Woodstock Free Skate

Posted by: Melissa

The City of Woodstock is offering free skating! Schedule: Sunday’s from 1:00 – 1:50 PM, Tuesday’s from 4:00 – 4:50 PM, and Saturday’s from 1:15 – 2:05 PM Come enjoy 50 minutes of free skating during this winter season.

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2017-12-20

Paris Minor Hockey Association

Posted by: Melissa

The Paris Minor Hockey Association Lisa Dalpe Memorial Hockey Tournament for Novice, Atom, and PeeWee Local League are being hosted at Brant Sports Complex from Friday, January 5 to Sunday, January 7, 2018. Located at 944 Powerline Road in Paris.

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2018-09-21

Inflation eases in August

Posted by: John

Canada’s annual inflation rate eased just a bit last month as the core rate moved higher — feeding the case for higher interest rates. Statistics Canada says the rate fell to 2.8 per cent in August from three per cent

Read More..

2018-09-21

Alexa coming to a home and car near you

Posted by: John

Your word would be Amazon’s command, at least when it comes to a batch of new devices the online retailer is rolling out. The company has unveiled new gadgets aimed at realizing its goal of putting its Alexa voice assistant

Read More..

2018-09-21

Mediterranean diet can lower stroke rates in women

Posted by: John

A new study out of the U-K suggests following the Mediterranean diet — which emphasizes fruits, vegetables, nuts, fish, and unsaturated fats — can help lower stroke rates in women. For 17 years, researchers followed more than 23-thousand people who

Read More..

2018-09-21

Suspect vehicle photos in Kitchener shooting released

Posted by: John

Photos of a vehicle linked to a fatal shooting have been released by Waterloo Regional Police. A man was gunned down in what investigators believe was a targeted shooting in the area of King Street and Pandora Avenue yesterday (Thursday)

Read More..

2018-09-21

Province promising to expand natural gas access

Posted by: John

The provincial government is taking action to expand natural gas access to families and businesses throughout rural and Northern Ontario. The Progressive Conservative government says the proposed legislation, if passed, will result in an innovative partnership with local communities and

Read More..

2018-09-21

First-ever Walk for ALS at Holmedale Park

Posted by: John

A fundraiser aims to provide services and support for people living with ALS, a disease that has no cure. The first-ever Walk for ALS tomorrow (Saturday) is expected to raise close to $10,000 according to Melissa Van Tuyl, Regional Manager

Read More..

2018-09-21

Large fire at Mississauga auto scrapyard

Posted by: John

Officials say a large fire that ripped through an auto wreckage yard in Mississauga and spewed dark smoke into the air is now under control. Mississauga Fire Chief Tim Beckett says the fire broke out at Eagle Tech Recycling around

Read More..

2018-09-21

Jays stun Rays; Cleveland’s losing skid over

Posted by: John

Justin time to match the LARGEST 9th-inning comeback in franchise HISTORY. #Walkoff pic.twitter.com/iKcWZkptL8 — Toronto Blue Jays (@BlueJays) September 21, 2018 The Blue Jays’ bats came alive in the ninth inning, rallying from a six-run deficit to down Tampa Bay

Read More..

2018-09-21

Gas prices drop, U-S markets soar

Posted by: John

The price of gas ranges from $ 1.09-$1.26 a litre in our region as of 4:00 this morning from ontariogasprices.com Brantford: $1.12-$1.26 Hamilton:  $1.16-$1.26 Burlington: $1.17-$1.26 Milton: $1.09-$1.26 Oakville-Mississauga: $1.18-$1.26 Kitchener-Waterloo:  $1.17-$1.28 Cambridge: $1.10–$1.26 Welland-Niagara Falls-Thorold-St. Catharines-Grimsby: $1.20-$1.27 Simcoe: $1.15

Read More..

2018-09-21

Thunderstorms, risk of damaging winds

Posted by: John

The Weather Centre Forecast, Wind warning:  Strong winds that may cause damage are expected or occurring. Strong southwesterly winds gusting near 90 km/h are expected this afternoon and early this evening, with higher wind gusts possible in thunderstorms. These strong winds

Read More..

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