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2019-04-23

New ride hailing service in Niagara

Posted by: John

Niagara residents have a new ride hailing service. Zoom is set to start this week, providing rides between Niagara Falls and St. Catharines to start. Zoom is locally owned and operated by 25-year-old Walid Al Hilaly . He’s also planning

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2019-04-23

Deadline today for Regional government review comments

Posted by: John

You have a few more hours to have your say on the province’s review of regional government. The province is reviewing all eight regional municipalities –including Waterloo, Halton, York, Durham, Niagara and Oxford County and their lower tier councils. Today

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2019-04-23

Brantford Police investigating serious assault

Posted by: John

Brantford Police are investigating a serious assault that took place in the area of Kennedy Street and Sydenham Street. An adult male suffered serious injuries in yesterday’s attack. Police have been able to verify that the victim and offender are

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2019-04-23

Leafs hope to break game seven Boston jinx

Posted by: John

It’s a big night for the Maple Leafs. They’re in Boston taking on the Bruins in another Game 7 to decide their first-round Stanley Cup playoff series. These two teams also needed a seventh game in the 2013 and 2018

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2019-04-23

Gas prices top $1.30

Posted by: John

Gas prices from $1.18 to $1.31 a litre as of 4:00 this morning. Brantford, Brant:  $1.18-$1.31 Hamilton: $1.19-$1.31 Burlington: $1.20-$1.31 Milton:  $1.22-$1.31 Oakville, Mississauga: $1.23-$1.31 Kitchener-Waterloo: $1.23-$1.31 Cambridge: $1.17-$1.31 Welland-Niagara Falls-Thorold-St. Catharines-Grimsby: $1.18-$1.31 Simcoe: $1.22 Dunnville: $1.23 Tillsonburg: $1.24 Woodstock/Ingersoll:

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2019-04-23

Rain today, sunny tomorrow

Posted by: John

The Weather Centre Forecast, Today: cloudy with the risk of a thunderstorm this morning, then, light rain this afternoon.  Windy. High 16. Tonight: partly cloudy. Windy. Low 2. Tomorrow: mainly sunny. High 15. Thursday: mainly sunny. High 17. Friday: cloudy

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2019-04-22

Tooth be told in Guelph theft

Posted by: John

Keep an eye out for shoplifters with pearly white smiles. Police are looking to speak to two people in the reported theft of more than 62-hundred dollars in toothbrushes in Guelph. The Guelph Police Service has released photos of a

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2019-04-22

Ground-breaking ceremony at Woodman-Cainsville School

Posted by: John

Woodman-Cainsville School students and staff turned the sod to celebrate a greening grant they received from the City. The Brantford/Brant Earth Week Committee provided $9,000 towards the implementation of the Green Zone project, which the board says will take several

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2019-04-22

Province investing, improving community housing

Posted by: John

The provincial government is investing more than $8.6 million dollars to improve community housing in Brantford, Brant, Haldimand and Norfolk. The funding is part of a more than $1-billion program in 2019-2020 to help sustain, repair and grow community housing

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2019-04-22

Waterford graffiti artists go on rampage

Posted by: John

Graffiti artists went on a vandalism spree, tagging several buildings in the Waterford area. Provincial Police say they were contacted by a Norfolk County Parks and Recreation employee who reported last Wednesday’s mischief. Constable Ed Sanchuk says sprayed graffiti in

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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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2019-04-23

New ride hailing service in Niagara

Posted by: John

Niagara residents have a new ride hailing service. Zoom is set to start this week, providing rides between Niagara Falls and St. Catharines to start. Zoom is locally owned and operated by 25-year-old Walid Al Hilaly . He’s also planning

Read More..

2019-04-23

Deadline today for Regional government review comments

Posted by: John

You have a few more hours to have your say on the province’s review of regional government. The province is reviewing all eight regional municipalities –including Waterloo, Halton, York, Durham, Niagara and Oxford County and their lower tier councils. Today

Read More..

2019-04-23

Brantford Police investigating serious assault

Posted by: John

Brantford Police are investigating a serious assault that took place in the area of Kennedy Street and Sydenham Street. An adult male suffered serious injuries in yesterday’s attack. Police have been able to verify that the victim and offender are

Read More..

2019-04-23

Leafs hope to break game seven Boston jinx

Posted by: John

It’s a big night for the Maple Leafs. They’re in Boston taking on the Bruins in another Game 7 to decide their first-round Stanley Cup playoff series. These two teams also needed a seventh game in the 2013 and 2018

Read More..

2019-04-23

Gas prices top $1.30

Posted by: John

Gas prices from $1.18 to $1.31 a litre as of 4:00 this morning. Brantford, Brant:  $1.18-$1.31 Hamilton: $1.19-$1.31 Burlington: $1.20-$1.31 Milton:  $1.22-$1.31 Oakville, Mississauga: $1.23-$1.31 Kitchener-Waterloo: $1.23-$1.31 Cambridge: $1.17-$1.31 Welland-Niagara Falls-Thorold-St. Catharines-Grimsby: $1.18-$1.31 Simcoe: $1.22 Dunnville: $1.23 Tillsonburg: $1.24 Woodstock/Ingersoll:

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2019-04-23

Rain today, sunny tomorrow

Posted by: John

The Weather Centre Forecast, Today: cloudy with the risk of a thunderstorm this morning, then, light rain this afternoon.  Windy. High 16. Tonight: partly cloudy. Windy. Low 2. Tomorrow: mainly sunny. High 15. Thursday: mainly sunny. High 17. Friday: cloudy

Read More..

2019-04-22

Tooth be told in Guelph theft

Posted by: John

Keep an eye out for shoplifters with pearly white smiles. Police are looking to speak to two people in the reported theft of more than 62-hundred dollars in toothbrushes in Guelph. The Guelph Police Service has released photos of a

Read More..

2019-04-22

Ground-breaking ceremony at Woodman-Cainsville School

Posted by: John

Woodman-Cainsville School students and staff turned the sod to celebrate a greening grant they received from the City. The Brantford/Brant Earth Week Committee provided $9,000 towards the implementation of the Green Zone project, which the board says will take several

Read More..

2019-04-22

Province investing, improving community housing

Posted by: John

The provincial government is investing more than $8.6 million dollars to improve community housing in Brantford, Brant, Haldimand and Norfolk. The funding is part of a more than $1-billion program in 2019-2020 to help sustain, repair and grow community housing

Read More..

2019-04-22

Waterford graffiti artists go on rampage

Posted by: John

Graffiti artists went on a vandalism spree, tagging several buildings in the Waterford area. Provincial Police say they were contacted by a Norfolk County Parks and Recreation employee who reported last Wednesday’s mischief. Constable Ed Sanchuk says sprayed graffiti in

Read More..

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