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2019-06-20

Vaping skyrocketing with teens

Posted by: John

Vaping among Canadian teens skyrocketed by 74 per cent in one year, according to new research which also found that new brands of e-cigarettes are gaining a foothold following federal legislation. University of Waterloo professor David Hammond, who led the

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2019-06-20

Oakville unveiling Stormwater Master Plan study

Posted by: John

The Town of Oakville is about to share the latest developments on a Stormwater Master Plan study. Officials say the plan ensures that a range of measures are in place to minimize the risk of flooding and reduce position. The

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2019-06-20

U.S. honeybee colonies plummet

Posted by: John

An annual survey of American beekeepers shows this winter saw the biggest loss of honeybees in 13 years. The poll by the Bee Informed Partnership found 37.7 per cent of honeybee colonies perished this past winter, nearly nine percentage points

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2019-06-20

Premier shuffles cabinet

Posted by: John

Finance Minister Vic Fedeli is one of several high-profile ministers who are taking on new responsibilities in a major cabinet shuffle announced today by Premier Doug Ford. Fedeli will take over Economic Development while Environment Minister Rod Phillips becomes Finance

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2019-06-20

Brant County celebrating summer in style

Posted by: John

Brant County is celebrating summer in grand style. Recreation Services Supervisor Stacey Ellins says Friday’s kickoff at Paris Lions Park, starting at 4 0’clock with a public swim, games and activities, a free public swim and a free outdoor moving

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2019-06-20

Hamilton ending construction industry monopoly

Posted by: John

In a a move that could save taxpayers millions of dollars a Hamilton City Council committee is opening up the construction market to competition. Council voted 11-1 to take no action on Bill 66, Restoring Ontario’s Competitiveness Act. The provincial

Read More..

2019-06-20

Brantford’s north end loses power

Posted by: John

Brantford Power says an issue with the flow of electricity from Hydro One to one of their transformer stations caused a loss of power in the city yesterday. Before restoring electricity, Brantford Power says utility crews had to investigate to

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2019-06-20

Tampa Bay star wins Hart Trophy

Posted by: John

Lightning forward Nikita Kucherov has won the Hart Trophy as the N-H-L’s most valuable player. Calgary Flames captain Mark Giordano won the Norris Trophy as the N-H-L’s top defenceman at the league’s awards ceremony. Also, Vancouver Canucks centre Elias Pettersson

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2019-06-20

Gas up a cent

Posted by: John

Gas prices range from $1.07-$1.19 a litre as of 4 a-m. Prices are up about a cent a litre from Wednesday. Brantford, Brant:  $1.09-$1.19 Hamilton, Burlington: $1.08-$1.19 Milton: $1.10-$1.19 Oakville: $1.10-$1.19 Kitchener-Waterloo: $1.14-$1.19 Cambridge:  $1.08-$1.19 Welland-Niagara Falls-Thorold-St. Catharines-Grimsby: $1.09-$1.15 Simcoe:

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2019-06-20

Showers, then sunshine

Posted by: John

The Weather Centre Forecast Special Weather Statement for areas along the northern Lake Erie Shoreline: Precipitation associated with an approaching low pressure system will continue to impact areas near Lake Erie beginning today.  Amounts are expected to be highly variable

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2019-04-18

Help Us Bring Gord Kidder Home!

Posted by: Tori Fixman

AM1380 would appreciate your support to help bring a well known and loved Radio friend home! While Gord Kidder, a Muskoka Radio salesman was in Europe recently to take part in ceremonies to honor his uncle who was a POW in WWII

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2019-04-18

Ancaster 19′ Swap Meet & Car Show

Posted by: Tori Fixman

The Ancaster Fairgrounds are hosting the Ancaster 19′ Swap Meet & Car Show on April 18th from 8AM-2PM. The Dynocologists will be on site all day running cars on a mobile chassis dyno. Tickets are $8 for adults and children

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2019-04-17

Brantford Rotary Classic Run

Posted by: Tori Fixman

The 37th Annual Brantford Rotary Classic Run is on Sunday, April 28th at the W. Ross Macdonald School in Brantford, Ontario. The Brantford Rotary Classic Run is a tradition for many Brantford and Brant County residents as well as residents from

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2019-04-16

Brantford Walk For MS

Posted by: Tori Fixman

The Brantford Mandarin Walk for MS will be taking place on Sunday, May 5th at North Park Collegiate and Vocational School. “Multiple sclerosis can strike anyone at any moment, and Canadians have one of the highest rates of MS in

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2019-04-02

Brantford Lifestyle Home Show

Posted by: Tori Fixman

The 51st Annual Brantford Lifestyle Home Show is coming to the Brantford Civic Centre from April 12-14. With all the best home and lifestyle vendors in Brantford. The Brantford Lifestyle Home Show is located at 79 Market Street South in

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2019-04-02

Rotary Classic Run

Posted by: Tori Fixman

The 37th Annual Brantford Rotary Classic Run is on Sunday, April 28th at the W. Ross Macdonald School in Brantford, Ontario. The Brantford Rotary Classic Run is a tradition for many Brantford and Brant County residents as well as residents from

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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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2019-06-20

Vaping skyrocketing with teens

Posted by: John

Vaping among Canadian teens skyrocketed by 74 per cent in one year, according to new research which also found that new brands of e-cigarettes are gaining a foothold following federal legislation. University of Waterloo professor David Hammond, who led the

Read More..

2019-06-20

Oakville unveiling Stormwater Master Plan study

Posted by: John

The Town of Oakville is about to share the latest developments on a Stormwater Master Plan study. Officials say the plan ensures that a range of measures are in place to minimize the risk of flooding and reduce position. The

Read More..

2019-06-20

U.S. honeybee colonies plummet

Posted by: John

An annual survey of American beekeepers shows this winter saw the biggest loss of honeybees in 13 years. The poll by the Bee Informed Partnership found 37.7 per cent of honeybee colonies perished this past winter, nearly nine percentage points

Read More..

2019-06-20

Premier shuffles cabinet

Posted by: John

Finance Minister Vic Fedeli is one of several high-profile ministers who are taking on new responsibilities in a major cabinet shuffle announced today by Premier Doug Ford. Fedeli will take over Economic Development while Environment Minister Rod Phillips becomes Finance

Read More..

2019-06-20

Brant County celebrating summer in style

Posted by: John

Brant County is celebrating summer in grand style. Recreation Services Supervisor Stacey Ellins says Friday’s kickoff at Paris Lions Park, starting at 4 0’clock with a public swim, games and activities, a free public swim and a free outdoor moving

Read More..

2019-06-20

Hamilton ending construction industry monopoly

Posted by: John

In a a move that could save taxpayers millions of dollars a Hamilton City Council committee is opening up the construction market to competition. Council voted 11-1 to take no action on Bill 66, Restoring Ontario’s Competitiveness Act. The provincial

Read More..

2019-06-20

Brantford’s north end loses power

Posted by: John

Brantford Power says an issue with the flow of electricity from Hydro One to one of their transformer stations caused a loss of power in the city yesterday. Before restoring electricity, Brantford Power says utility crews had to investigate to

Read More..

2019-06-20

Tampa Bay star wins Hart Trophy

Posted by: John

Lightning forward Nikita Kucherov has won the Hart Trophy as the N-H-L’s most valuable player. Calgary Flames captain Mark Giordano won the Norris Trophy as the N-H-L’s top defenceman at the league’s awards ceremony. Also, Vancouver Canucks centre Elias Pettersson

Read More..

2019-06-20

Gas up a cent

Posted by: John

Gas prices range from $1.07-$1.19 a litre as of 4 a-m. Prices are up about a cent a litre from Wednesday. Brantford, Brant:  $1.09-$1.19 Hamilton, Burlington: $1.08-$1.19 Milton: $1.10-$1.19 Oakville: $1.10-$1.19 Kitchener-Waterloo: $1.14-$1.19 Cambridge:  $1.08-$1.19 Welland-Niagara Falls-Thorold-St. Catharines-Grimsby: $1.09-$1.15 Simcoe:

Read More..

2019-06-20

Showers, then sunshine

Posted by: John

The Weather Centre Forecast Special Weather Statement for areas along the northern Lake Erie Shoreline: Precipitation associated with an approaching low pressure system will continue to impact areas near Lake Erie beginning today.  Amounts are expected to be highly variable

Read More..

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