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2019-01-22

County ready for rough weather

Posted by: John

The County of Brant is preparing for a potentially messy mix of snow, freezing rain and rain. According to Environment Canada, a band of snow will move through the region, accumulating 2 to 5 cms of snow. The snow will

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2019-01-22

Collision reporting centre opens in Waterloo Region

Posted by: John

Waterloo Regional Police is joining other municipalities, like Brantford, which have collision reporting centres. In a release, Inspector Sharon Havill says the Police Service has partnered with Waterloo Region Accident Support Services, at its current location on Maple Grove Road.

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2019-01-22

Romance scams cost Canadians $17-million in 2017

Posted by: John

Two people in Waterloo Region have lost a combined amount of more than 1.6 million dollars. In both cases, the victims believed they were in a relationship, but had never met their supposed partners. A male victim reported to police

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2019-01-22

New food guide promotes healthier eating, lifestyle approaches

Posted by: John

Canada’s new food guide does away with food groups and portion sizes, focusing instead on broader guidelines that include eating more plant-based protein and drinking more water. The food-guide facelift unveiled today reflects a new approach by Health Canada aimed

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2019-01-22

“Roma”, “The Favourite” lead Oscar nominations

Posted by: John

`Roma” and “The Favourite” have each captured 10 Oscar nominations. Eight films were nominated for best picture — “Black Panther,” ”BlacKkKlansman,“ ”Bohemian Rhapsody,“ ”The Favourite,“ ”Green Book,“ ”Roma,“ ”A Star Is Born“ and ”Vice.“ The best actor nominees are: Christian

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2019-01-22

Haldimand approves marijuana stores

Posted by: John

Haldimand County is joining its neighbours in Norfolk and Brant in approving recreational marijuana stores. Councillors voted 5-2 last night, knowing it could be 2020 or later before the province approves a licensed retailer in the area. The province will

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2019-01-22

Semi-automatic seized in Brantford

Posted by: John

A stolen vehicle investigation in Brantford has resulted in the seizure of weapons and drugs. Brantford police say they were contacted on Friday by a man who said he lent his vehicle to an acquaintance who allegedly failed to returned

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2019-01-22

Suspects still at large in Brantford Mosque hate crime

Posted by: John

City police are continuing to investigate a hate crime committed at the Brantford Mosque. On October 21st, two suspects in hoodies spray painted the walls with hateful remarks and symbols at the Greenwich Street mosque. Police say the suspects appear

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2019-01-22

Raptors look to extend home winning streak

Posted by: John

The Toronto Raptors aim to extend their streak of nine straight home victories when they host the Sacramento Kings at Scotiabank Arena tonight (7 p-m eastern). The Raptors improved to 20-and-4 on their home court with a 119-90 win over

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2019-01-22

TSX posts gains

Posted by: John

Gas prices range from .86 to $1.11 a litre as of 4 0’clock this morning. Brantford, Brant: .92-$1.06 Hamilton: .90-$1.06 Burlington: .94-$1.06 Milton: .97-$1.06 Oakville, Mississauga: .94-$1.11 Kitchener-Waterloo:  .94-$1.06 Cambridge: .89-$1.08 Welland-Niagara Falls-Thorold-St. Catharines-Grimsby: .94-$1.02 Simcoe: .95 Dunnville: .91 Woodstock,

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2018-11-06

2018 Santa Claus Parades

Posted by: Robert

November 10 – London – 6pm https://www.londonsantaparade.ca/   November 17 – Oakville – 9am https://www.oakvillesantaclausparade.ca/ November 17 – Kitchener – 10:30am http://lionsclubofkitchener.com/1343-2/ **November 17 – Niagara Falls – 11am**  https://niagarafalls.ca/events/annual-events/santa-claus-parade/default.aspx November 17 – Welland – 4pm https://www.welland.ca/Leisure/eventsinfo/SantaClausParade.asp November 17 –

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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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2018-01-05

Find us in the Community

Posted by: Melissa

Visit us all over the community in our Community Cruiser, powered by Brantford Toyota! The Community Cruiser is getting tuned in the garage, we’ll be back on the road ASAP!

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2019-01-22

County ready for rough weather

Posted by: John

The County of Brant is preparing for a potentially messy mix of snow, freezing rain and rain. According to Environment Canada, a band of snow will move through the region, accumulating 2 to 5 cms of snow. The snow will

Read More..

2019-01-22

Collision reporting centre opens in Waterloo Region

Posted by: John

Waterloo Regional Police is joining other municipalities, like Brantford, which have collision reporting centres. In a release, Inspector Sharon Havill says the Police Service has partnered with Waterloo Region Accident Support Services, at its current location on Maple Grove Road.

Read More..

2019-01-22

Romance scams cost Canadians $17-million in 2017

Posted by: John

Two people in Waterloo Region have lost a combined amount of more than 1.6 million dollars. In both cases, the victims believed they were in a relationship, but had never met their supposed partners. A male victim reported to police

Read More..

2019-01-22

New food guide promotes healthier eating, lifestyle approaches

Posted by: John

Canada’s new food guide does away with food groups and portion sizes, focusing instead on broader guidelines that include eating more plant-based protein and drinking more water. The food-guide facelift unveiled today reflects a new approach by Health Canada aimed

Read More..

2019-01-22

“Roma”, “The Favourite” lead Oscar nominations

Posted by: John

`Roma” and “The Favourite” have each captured 10 Oscar nominations. Eight films were nominated for best picture — “Black Panther,” ”BlacKkKlansman,“ ”Bohemian Rhapsody,“ ”The Favourite,“ ”Green Book,“ ”Roma,“ ”A Star Is Born“ and ”Vice.“ The best actor nominees are: Christian

Read More..

2019-01-22

Haldimand approves marijuana stores

Posted by: John

Haldimand County is joining its neighbours in Norfolk and Brant in approving recreational marijuana stores. Councillors voted 5-2 last night, knowing it could be 2020 or later before the province approves a licensed retailer in the area. The province will

Read More..

2019-01-22

Semi-automatic seized in Brantford

Posted by: John

A stolen vehicle investigation in Brantford has resulted in the seizure of weapons and drugs. Brantford police say they were contacted on Friday by a man who said he lent his vehicle to an acquaintance who allegedly failed to returned

Read More..

2019-01-22

Suspects still at large in Brantford Mosque hate crime

Posted by: John

City police are continuing to investigate a hate crime committed at the Brantford Mosque. On October 21st, two suspects in hoodies spray painted the walls with hateful remarks and symbols at the Greenwich Street mosque. Police say the suspects appear

Read More..

2019-01-22

Raptors look to extend home winning streak

Posted by: John

The Toronto Raptors aim to extend their streak of nine straight home victories when they host the Sacramento Kings at Scotiabank Arena tonight (7 p-m eastern). The Raptors improved to 20-and-4 on their home court with a 119-90 win over

Read More..

2019-01-22

TSX posts gains

Posted by: John

Gas prices range from .86 to $1.11 a litre as of 4 0’clock this morning. Brantford, Brant: .92-$1.06 Hamilton: .90-$1.06 Burlington: .94-$1.06 Milton: .97-$1.06 Oakville, Mississauga: .94-$1.11 Kitchener-Waterloo:  .94-$1.06 Cambridge: .89-$1.08 Welland-Niagara Falls-Thorold-St. Catharines-Grimsby: .94-$1.02 Simcoe: .95 Dunnville: .91 Woodstock,

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