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2018-01-18

Christmas weight gain not so jolly

Posted by: John

If you gained a few pounds over the holiday season, you’re certainly not alone. But a new study shows that those few pounds might be doing you more damage than you think. Researchers studied 23 people by making them gain

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2018-01-18

New wrinkle on Botox treatments

Posted by: John

It seems that Botox might do more than just get rid of wrinkles on your face — it might also help to prevent grinding of the teeth at night. Teeth grinding is a common problem that can cause a multitude

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2018-01-18

Brantford, Brant award finalists

Posted by: John

The city and county are finalists for a prestigious national award. The Canadian Sport Tourism Alliance Prestige Awards recognize sport tourism events, organizations, volunteers and leaders in seven different categories. The 2017 Ontario ParaSport Winter Games, jointly hosted by Brantford

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2018-01-18

Clark Ontario’s new pot czar

Posted by: John

A retired bank executive is leading the agency that will be in charge of selling marijuana. Former TD Bank CEO Ed Clark, who has served as Premier Kathleen Wynne’s business adviser, was appointed chair of the LCBO today. Clark also

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2018-01-18

Area MPP’s promoted in cabinet shuffle

Posted by: John

A cabinet shuffle has made for some big promotions for a pair of MPPs in Waterloo Region. Cambridge MPP Kathryn McGarry is now in charge of the Ministry of Transportation. In a statement, she says she’s honoured to keep on

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2018-01-18

Brantford woman charged with attempted murder

Posted by: John

A Brantford woman has been charged with two counts of attempted murder. Just before 8 0’clock yesterday (Wednesday) morning, police were called to a disturbance at Edith Monture Avenue. Two children in the home had received non-life threatening injuries and

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2018-01-18

Toronto shortlisted for Amazon’s Hq2

Posted by: John

Toronto is the only Canadian city on Amazon Inc.’s short list of 20 candidates for a second North American headquarters. The e-commerce giant received 238 applications for the opportunity and says narrowing it down to 20 was very tough. The

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2018-01-18

Snow, wind hammer Europe, Deep South

Posted by: John

Travel plans to Europe could be stymied today, as wintry and windy weather has wreaked havoc in several countries and on several modes of transportation. Amsterdam has cancelled all flights and rail service, and German Railways has cancelled all train

Read More..

2018-01-18

Bouchard ousted at Australian Open

Posted by: John

Three of Canada’s top tennis stars have now been eliminated from the Australian Open tennis tournament. The latest was unseeded Eugenie Bouchard of Westmount, Que., who fell to top-seeded Simona Halep of Romania 6-2, 6-2 in their second round match

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2018-01-18

Loonie recovers, Dow sets record

Posted by: John

Gas prices range from about $1.16 to $1.25 a litre for regular. The Canadian dollar closed at an average trading value of 80.48 cents U-S, down 0.04 of a cent, recovering from greater losses earlier in the session after the

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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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2018-01-18

Christmas weight gain not so jolly

Posted by: John

If you gained a few pounds over the holiday season, you’re certainly not alone. But a new study shows that those few pounds might be doing you more damage than you think. Researchers studied 23 people by making them gain

Read More..

2018-01-18

New wrinkle on Botox treatments

Posted by: John

It seems that Botox might do more than just get rid of wrinkles on your face — it might also help to prevent grinding of the teeth at night. Teeth grinding is a common problem that can cause a multitude

Read More..

2018-01-18

Brantford, Brant award finalists

Posted by: John

The city and county are finalists for a prestigious national award. The Canadian Sport Tourism Alliance Prestige Awards recognize sport tourism events, organizations, volunteers and leaders in seven different categories. The 2017 Ontario ParaSport Winter Games, jointly hosted by Brantford

Read More..

2018-01-18

Clark Ontario’s new pot czar

Posted by: John

A retired bank executive is leading the agency that will be in charge of selling marijuana. Former TD Bank CEO Ed Clark, who has served as Premier Kathleen Wynne’s business adviser, was appointed chair of the LCBO today. Clark also

Read More..

2018-01-18

Area MPP’s promoted in cabinet shuffle

Posted by: John

A cabinet shuffle has made for some big promotions for a pair of MPPs in Waterloo Region. Cambridge MPP Kathryn McGarry is now in charge of the Ministry of Transportation. In a statement, she says she’s honoured to keep on

Read More..

2018-01-18

Brantford woman charged with attempted murder

Posted by: John

A Brantford woman has been charged with two counts of attempted murder. Just before 8 0’clock yesterday (Wednesday) morning, police were called to a disturbance at Edith Monture Avenue. Two children in the home had received non-life threatening injuries and

Read More..

2018-01-18

Toronto shortlisted for Amazon’s Hq2

Posted by: John

Toronto is the only Canadian city on Amazon Inc.’s short list of 20 candidates for a second North American headquarters. The e-commerce giant received 238 applications for the opportunity and says narrowing it down to 20 was very tough. The

Read More..

2018-01-18

Snow, wind hammer Europe, Deep South

Posted by: John

Travel plans to Europe could be stymied today, as wintry and windy weather has wreaked havoc in several countries and on several modes of transportation. Amsterdam has cancelled all flights and rail service, and German Railways has cancelled all train

Read More..

2018-01-18

Bouchard ousted at Australian Open

Posted by: John

Three of Canada’s top tennis stars have now been eliminated from the Australian Open tennis tournament. The latest was unseeded Eugenie Bouchard of Westmount, Que., who fell to top-seeded Simona Halep of Romania 6-2, 6-2 in their second round match

Read More..

2018-01-18

Loonie recovers, Dow sets record

Posted by: John

Gas prices range from about $1.16 to $1.25 a litre for regular. The Canadian dollar closed at an average trading value of 80.48 cents U-S, down 0.04 of a cent, recovering from greater losses earlier in the session after the

Read More..

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