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2018-02-23

Brantford Flood Update – FEBRUARY 23, 2018 – 3:30 PM

Posted by: Robert

As announced on February 22 at 5:30 pm, the Flood Evacuation Order has been lifted for the City of Brantford while the State of Emergency Declaration remains in effect until such a time as the City can more properly assess

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2018-02-23

Life slowly returning to normal

Posted by: John

Life is slowing returning to normal in Brantford and Six Nations even though both communities remain under states of emergency. While several schools were closed for a third straight day, the city’s list of road closures was whittled down to

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2018-02-23

Six Nations family rescued by firefighters

Posted by: John

A Six Nations family was rescued by firefighters after they were trapped in their home by rising water. Crews from Six Nations, Brantford and Brant County deployed ATV’s to reach the family last (Thursday) night on 4th Line near the

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2018-02-23

Flood risk remains for Dunnville-area

Posted by: John

A Flood Warning remains in effect for low-lying areas of Cayuga, Dunnville & Port Maitland. Flows on the Grand River will remain high and there is still potential for significant flooding as a result of the release of an upstream

Read More..

2018-02-23

GlobalMedic distributing cleaning kits

Posted by: John

A disaster relief organization is helping Brantford families with the cleanup of their flood-damaged homes. Global Medic has been distributing cleaning kits to affected families since 8 0’clock this morning on Market Street, next to the Dollarama. Volunteer Ben Strasser

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2018-02-23

Toss food in extended power outage

Posted by: John

As residents return to their homes after the flooding the Brant County Health Unit says safety remains a top priority. For homes that have been without power, health officials say food like meat and dairy products that hasn’t been refrigerated

Read More..

2018-02-23

Canada loses to Germany in men’s semifinal

Posted by: John

Team Canada will play for the bronze medal after a 4-3 loss to Germany in today’s semifinal. Team Canada pushed back hard in the third period, pulling two goals back, but the Germans held on. The Canadians had won Olympic

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2018-02-23

Canada sets medal record

Posted by: John

For the first time since curling returned to the Winter Games in 1998, there will be no team curling medal for Canada. Calgary’s Kevin Koe lost 7-5 to Switzerland’s Peter de Cruz in the bronze-medal game this morning. Rachel Homan

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2018-02-23

Gas prices edge higher

Posted by: John

If you’re tanking up for the weekend, the price of gas ranges from around $1.11 to $1.22 with the average about $1.16 a litre for regular. The world price of oil climbed $1.09 to $62.77 a barrel but rising energy

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2018-02-23

Milder, with rain

Posted by: John

From the Weather Centre, Today:  light rain, 2-4 millimetres. East wind 15-25 km/h becoming southwesterly 20-40.  High 9. Tonight: cloudy periods.  Wind becoming northwesterly 15-30 km/h low minus 1. Tomorrow: a mix of sun and clouds with a chance of

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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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2017-11-06

2017 Santa Claus Parades

Posted by: Robert

St George: Saturday December 9th – starting at 6pm http://www.stgeorgemarketplace.ca/Events/santa-claus-parade-listing-69-3678.aspx#.WgDh9mhSzcs

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2018-02-23

Brantford Flood Update – FEBRUARY 23, 2018 – 3:30 PM

Posted by: Robert

As announced on February 22 at 5:30 pm, the Flood Evacuation Order has been lifted for the City of Brantford while the State of Emergency Declaration remains in effect until such a time as the City can more properly assess

Read More..

2018-02-23

Life slowly returning to normal

Posted by: John

Life is slowing returning to normal in Brantford and Six Nations even though both communities remain under states of emergency. While several schools were closed for a third straight day, the city’s list of road closures was whittled down to

Read More..

2018-02-23

Six Nations family rescued by firefighters

Posted by: John

A Six Nations family was rescued by firefighters after they were trapped in their home by rising water. Crews from Six Nations, Brantford and Brant County deployed ATV’s to reach the family last (Thursday) night on 4th Line near the

Read More..

2018-02-23

Flood risk remains for Dunnville-area

Posted by: John

A Flood Warning remains in effect for low-lying areas of Cayuga, Dunnville & Port Maitland. Flows on the Grand River will remain high and there is still potential for significant flooding as a result of the release of an upstream

Read More..

2018-02-23

GlobalMedic distributing cleaning kits

Posted by: John

A disaster relief organization is helping Brantford families with the cleanup of their flood-damaged homes. Global Medic has been distributing cleaning kits to affected families since 8 0’clock this morning on Market Street, next to the Dollarama. Volunteer Ben Strasser

Read More..

2018-02-23

Toss food in extended power outage

Posted by: John

As residents return to their homes after the flooding the Brant County Health Unit says safety remains a top priority. For homes that have been without power, health officials say food like meat and dairy products that hasn’t been refrigerated

Read More..

2018-02-23

Canada loses to Germany in men’s semifinal

Posted by: John

Team Canada will play for the bronze medal after a 4-3 loss to Germany in today’s semifinal. Team Canada pushed back hard in the third period, pulling two goals back, but the Germans held on. The Canadians had won Olympic

Read More..

2018-02-23

Canada sets medal record

Posted by: John

For the first time since curling returned to the Winter Games in 1998, there will be no team curling medal for Canada. Calgary’s Kevin Koe lost 7-5 to Switzerland’s Peter de Cruz in the bronze-medal game this morning. Rachel Homan

Read More..

2018-02-23

Gas prices edge higher

Posted by: John

If you’re tanking up for the weekend, the price of gas ranges from around $1.11 to $1.22 with the average about $1.16 a litre for regular. The world price of oil climbed $1.09 to $62.77 a barrel but rising energy

Read More..

2018-02-23

Milder, with rain

Posted by: John

From the Weather Centre, Today:  light rain, 2-4 millimetres. East wind 15-25 km/h becoming southwesterly 20-40.  High 9. Tonight: cloudy periods.  Wind becoming northwesterly 15-30 km/h low minus 1. Tomorrow: a mix of sun and clouds with a chance of

Read More..

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