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2018-04-24

E-coli outbreak source a mystery

Posted by: John

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency has not ordered a recall Arizona-produced romaine lettuce despite an outbreak E.coli. A spokesperson says a U-S food safety investigation has not identified any specific brand, product type, grower or packaging company related to the

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2018-04-24

Late spring start for sports fields

Posted by: John

It will be a few more weeks before Waterloo’s city-run sports fields are open to the public. City officials say that no soccer or baseball fields would open until May 14th. With the recent snow event and wet weather, staff

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2018-04-24

Launch winner Staats visiting schools

Posted by: John

Logan Staats, winner of The Launch with the song The Lucky Ones, will visit three Grand Erie Schools over the next two weeks. Logan will speak with students about his experience on the Launch, his passion for music, his experience

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2018-04-24

Police watchdog investigating Woodstock-area death

Posted by: John

The province’s police watchdog is investigating an incident in which a man died west of Brantford. The O-P-P says they received a 9-1-1 call from a man early yesterday morning near Innerkip Police say officers responding to the call found

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2018-04-24

Halton officer pleads guilty to thefts

Posted by: John

Halton Region police say an officer has pleaded guilty to one count of breach of trust in relation to thefts from the service’s evidence vault. Staff Sergeant Brad Murray, a 16-year veteran of the force, will be sentenced in Milton

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2018-04-24

First victim of Toronto attack identified

Posted by: John

The first of 10 victims killed after a rental van mowed down pedestrians on a busy Toronto sidewalk has been identified. Anne Marie D’Amico worked at Invesco, a U.S.-based investment management firm, which had its Canadian headquarters in North York.

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2018-04-24

Murder charges laid in van attack

Posted by: John

The death rose to at least 10 late Monday following a “horrific attack” in which a man drove a van into a crowd of pedestrians along a stretch of Toronto’s Yonge St. The incident also left 15 people injured. The

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2018-04-24

Leafs force seventh game

Posted by: John

The Toronto Maple Leafs are heading to Boston with momentum on their side. Toronto beat the Bruins 3-1 in Game 6 last night at Air Canada Centre, tying their first-round Stanley Cup playoff series at three games apiece and forcing

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2018-04-24

Gas prices hold steady

Posted by: John

The price of gas in our region ranges from $1.23-$1.37 a litre for regular, with the average about $1.27. Brantford-Brant:   $1.23-$1.37 Hamilton:    $1.23-$1.37 Burlington:   $1.24-$1.37 Milton:     $1.29-$1.37 Oakville:    $1.25-$1.42 Kitchener-Waterloo: $1.26-$1.37 Cambridge:  $1.24-$1.37 Simcoe to Dunnville:  $1.24-$1.27

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2018-04-24

Soggy until Friday

Posted by: John

Today:  mainly cloudy with scattered showers, southeast wind, 20-30. High 16. Tonight: light rain. East wind 15-30. Low 8. Tomorrow: periods of rain (20 mm). North wind 25 km/h.  High 10. Thursday: a few showers. Southwest wind 20 km/h. High

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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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2017-12-20

Beckett Adult Leisure Centre

Posted by: Melissa

Drop in to Beckett Adult Leisure Centre for different classes, ranging from: darts, tai chi, euchre, and bridge. Some classes have a small fee to join, as low as $0.50 per visit, while others are free to attend! For full

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2017-12-20

Brantford Minor Hockey Association

Posted by: Kelsey

The Brantford Minor Hockey Association Wayne Gretzky International Hockey Tournament is taking place between Wednesday, December 27 at 4 PM and Friday, December 29, 2017 at 5 PM. This will be the 48th annual Wayne Gretzky International Hockey Tournament and

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2017-12-20

Tim Hortons Free Skates

Posted by: Kelsey

Tim Hortons restaurant owners are proudly sponsoring free skates at local community arenas across the country: in Caledonia at the Haldimand County Caledonia Centre on Haddington Street. Arena free skates happen on Sunday. December 24 – 1:30-2:30pm and through the Christmas Season

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2018-04-24

E-coli outbreak source a mystery

Posted by: John

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency has not ordered a recall Arizona-produced romaine lettuce despite an outbreak E.coli. A spokesperson says a U-S food safety investigation has not identified any specific brand, product type, grower or packaging company related to the

Read More..

2018-04-24

Late spring start for sports fields

Posted by: John

It will be a few more weeks before Waterloo’s city-run sports fields are open to the public. City officials say that no soccer or baseball fields would open until May 14th. With the recent snow event and wet weather, staff

Read More..

2018-04-24

Launch winner Staats visiting schools

Posted by: John

Logan Staats, winner of The Launch with the song The Lucky Ones, will visit three Grand Erie Schools over the next two weeks. Logan will speak with students about his experience on the Launch, his passion for music, his experience

Read More..

2018-04-24

Police watchdog investigating Woodstock-area death

Posted by: John

The province’s police watchdog is investigating an incident in which a man died west of Brantford. The O-P-P says they received a 9-1-1 call from a man early yesterday morning near Innerkip Police say officers responding to the call found

Read More..

2018-04-24

Halton officer pleads guilty to thefts

Posted by: John

Halton Region police say an officer has pleaded guilty to one count of breach of trust in relation to thefts from the service’s evidence vault. Staff Sergeant Brad Murray, a 16-year veteran of the force, will be sentenced in Milton

Read More..

2018-04-24

First victim of Toronto attack identified

Posted by: John

The first of 10 victims killed after a rental van mowed down pedestrians on a busy Toronto sidewalk has been identified. Anne Marie D’Amico worked at Invesco, a U.S.-based investment management firm, which had its Canadian headquarters in North York.

Read More..

2018-04-24

Murder charges laid in van attack

Posted by: John

The death rose to at least 10 late Monday following a “horrific attack” in which a man drove a van into a crowd of pedestrians along a stretch of Toronto’s Yonge St. The incident also left 15 people injured. The

Read More..

2018-04-24

Leafs force seventh game

Posted by: John

The Toronto Maple Leafs are heading to Boston with momentum on their side. Toronto beat the Bruins 3-1 in Game 6 last night at Air Canada Centre, tying their first-round Stanley Cup playoff series at three games apiece and forcing

Read More..

2018-04-24

Gas prices hold steady

Posted by: John

The price of gas in our region ranges from $1.23-$1.37 a litre for regular, with the average about $1.27. Brantford-Brant:   $1.23-$1.37 Hamilton:    $1.23-$1.37 Burlington:   $1.24-$1.37 Milton:     $1.29-$1.37 Oakville:    $1.25-$1.42 Kitchener-Waterloo: $1.26-$1.37 Cambridge:  $1.24-$1.37 Simcoe to Dunnville:  $1.24-$1.27

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2018-04-24

Soggy until Friday

Posted by: John

Today:  mainly cloudy with scattered showers, southeast wind, 20-30. High 16. Tonight: light rain. East wind 15-30. Low 8. Tomorrow: periods of rain (20 mm). North wind 25 km/h.  High 10. Thursday: a few showers. Southwest wind 20 km/h. High

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