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2018-06-15

Loblaw boosting local produce commitment

Posted by: John

It’s good news for local farmers and the entire agri-food industry. Loblaw Companies CEO Galen Weston has pledged an increased commitment to Ontario-grown produce during a speech at the inaugural Arrell Food Summit at the University of Guelph. Weston says

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2018-06-15

Highway 8 on-ramp to 401 closing overnight

Posted by: John

You may need to take another route if you’re in the Cambridge-area tonight (Friday). The Highway 8 on-ramp to the 401 eastbound will be closed starting at 11 p.m. The full ramp closure will remain in effect until Saturday morning,

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2018-06-15

U-S obesity rates increasing

Posted by: John

America’s waistline is not getting any skinnier. Researchers say that official estimates of obesity rely on self-reported data, and many people suffer from wishful thinking — reporting they are taller and slimmer than they are. But they also noted that

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2018-06-15

Honey Smacks recall

Posted by: John

Kellogg’s is recalling packages of its Honey Smacks cereal after 73 people were reported ill in 31 states, including 21 who have been hospitalized. The U-S Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is investigating the salmonella outbreak. Symptoms include diarrhea,

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2018-06-15

New City Hall costs rising

Posted by: John

Councillors will sink an extra $4.1 million to transform the former Federal Building into a new city hall. Their 8-2 vote will come before full council June 26th and if approved, it will mean the cost of the Dalhousie Street

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2018-06-15

Brantford neighbourhood evacucated

Posted by: John

Brantford Police say it has been confirmed that a construction crew performing road work hit a natural gas line during excavation in the Banbury Rd. area. Union Gas, Brantford Fire Department, and Brantford Police Service are on scene. Homes in

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2018-06-15

Tornado confirmed in Waterford, Jarvis areas

Posted by: John

Environment Canada confirms a tornado did touch down in Haldimand and Norfolk counties during Wednesday’s storms. The agency says A severe thunderstorm affected the towns of Jarvis and Waterford – Numerous trees were uprooted or sheared apart, multiple buildings suffered

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2018-06-15

Marlies Calder Cup Champions

Posted by: John

Game 7, and the Calder Cup goes to the Toronto Marlies. Andreas Johnsson scored twice as Toronto beat the Texas Stars 6-1 to win the American Hockey League championship. It’s the first Calder Cup title for the franchise since it

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2018-06-15

Gas prices steady

Posted by: John

The price of gas ranges from $ 1.22-$1.36 a litre in our region as of 4 0’clock this morning. Brantford-Brant:  $1.24-$1.36 Hamilton: $1.23-$1.36 Burlington: $1.24-$1.36 Milton: $1.27-$1.35 Oakville-Mississauga: $1.29-$1.36 Kitchener-Waterloo:  $1.29-$1.36 Cambridge: $1.22-$1.36 Niagara Region: $1.30-$1.36 Waterford: $1.27 Port Dover:

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2018-06-15

Humidity building for the weekend

Posted by: John

The Weather Network Forecast, Today: mainly sunny. High 27. Tonight:  partly cloudy. Low 14. Tomorrow: mainly cloudy with the chance of showers, risk of thunderstorms in the evening. High 26 (humidex 31) Sunday: cloudy with a few sunny breaks, scattered

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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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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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2018-06-15

Loblaw boosting local produce commitment

Posted by: John

It’s good news for local farmers and the entire agri-food industry. Loblaw Companies CEO Galen Weston has pledged an increased commitment to Ontario-grown produce during a speech at the inaugural Arrell Food Summit at the University of Guelph. Weston says

Read More..

2018-06-15

Highway 8 on-ramp to 401 closing overnight

Posted by: John

You may need to take another route if you’re in the Cambridge-area tonight (Friday). The Highway 8 on-ramp to the 401 eastbound will be closed starting at 11 p.m. The full ramp closure will remain in effect until Saturday morning,

Read More..

2018-06-15

U-S obesity rates increasing

Posted by: John

America’s waistline is not getting any skinnier. Researchers say that official estimates of obesity rely on self-reported data, and many people suffer from wishful thinking — reporting they are taller and slimmer than they are. But they also noted that

Read More..

2018-06-15

Honey Smacks recall

Posted by: John

Kellogg’s is recalling packages of its Honey Smacks cereal after 73 people were reported ill in 31 states, including 21 who have been hospitalized. The U-S Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is investigating the salmonella outbreak. Symptoms include diarrhea,

Read More..

2018-06-15

New City Hall costs rising

Posted by: John

Councillors will sink an extra $4.1 million to transform the former Federal Building into a new city hall. Their 8-2 vote will come before full council June 26th and if approved, it will mean the cost of the Dalhousie Street

Read More..

2018-06-15

Brantford neighbourhood evacucated

Posted by: John

Brantford Police say it has been confirmed that a construction crew performing road work hit a natural gas line during excavation in the Banbury Rd. area. Union Gas, Brantford Fire Department, and Brantford Police Service are on scene. Homes in

Read More..

2018-06-15

Tornado confirmed in Waterford, Jarvis areas

Posted by: John

Environment Canada confirms a tornado did touch down in Haldimand and Norfolk counties during Wednesday’s storms. The agency says A severe thunderstorm affected the towns of Jarvis and Waterford – Numerous trees were uprooted or sheared apart, multiple buildings suffered

Read More..

2018-06-15

Marlies Calder Cup Champions

Posted by: John

Game 7, and the Calder Cup goes to the Toronto Marlies. Andreas Johnsson scored twice as Toronto beat the Texas Stars 6-1 to win the American Hockey League championship. It’s the first Calder Cup title for the franchise since it

Read More..

2018-06-15

Gas prices steady

Posted by: John

The price of gas ranges from $ 1.22-$1.36 a litre in our region as of 4 0’clock this morning. Brantford-Brant:  $1.24-$1.36 Hamilton: $1.23-$1.36 Burlington: $1.24-$1.36 Milton: $1.27-$1.35 Oakville-Mississauga: $1.29-$1.36 Kitchener-Waterloo:  $1.29-$1.36 Cambridge: $1.22-$1.36 Niagara Region: $1.30-$1.36 Waterford: $1.27 Port Dover:

Read More..

2018-06-15

Humidity building for the weekend

Posted by: John

The Weather Network Forecast, Today: mainly sunny. High 27. Tonight:  partly cloudy. Low 14. Tomorrow: mainly cloudy with the chance of showers, risk of thunderstorms in the evening. High 26 (humidex 31) Sunday: cloudy with a few sunny breaks, scattered

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