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Province announces $850,000 in Invasive Species Centre

The provincial government has announced it’s investing $850,000 in the Invasive Species Centre. Funding for the centre, based out of Sault Ste. Marie, will support ongoing research and management of invasive species across the province. Haldimand-Norfolk MPP Toby Barrett says

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Fifty cows missing in Guelph-area dairy barn fire

About 50 cows are missing after a dairy barn caught fire northwest of Guelph. Fire crews were called around 5 p-m yesterday and found a barn near the village of Moorefield was engulfed in flames. Police say some of the

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Red Hill Valley Parkway construction underway

Construction has begun on the Red Hill Valley Parkway with the repaving of the northbound lanes. There are rolling closures during the day and then a full closure at about 9 0’clock tonight. Those lanes will be closed for three

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Brant Mayor Bailey presenting Accessibility Recognition Awards

Brant County will acknowledge groups and individuals who’ve helped make community buildings more accessible. Each year, the County recognizes both existing and renovated structures, community programs and events within the municipality that have excelled to provide community members and visitors

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Google punishing Huawei

It’s a move that could cause Chinese manufacturer Huawei to lose its status as the world’s second biggest cellphone maker. Google has announced that it would go along with U.S. government rules aimed at punishing the Chinese firm. The Trump

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“Game of Thrones” finale attracts 19+million viewers

We know people watched the finale of “Game of Thrones.” Now we know how many. The 73rd edition of the H-B-O drama attracted 19.3-million viewers. That’s nearly a million more than last week’s next-to-last episode. The last episode is now

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Man killed in lawn tractor incident near St. Thomas

Provincial police say man has died following an accident involving a lawn tractor in Central Elgin this weekend. O-P-P say a 65-year-old-man was working a lawn tractor on a stand Sunday evening when the stand broke and the vehicle fell

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Fire destroys Port Rowan home

Unattended cooking is being blamed for a structure fire that destroyed a Norfolk County home on 2nd Concession Road, Port Rowan. Firefighters were dispatched at approximately 3:16pm Sunday to a reported fire and upon arrival crews confirmed that the structure was

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Fatal near Oakville GO Station

GO Trains on the Lakeshore West line aren’t running after a person was struck and killed near the Oakville GO station. Metrolinx estimates trains will not be able to move between Bronte GO and Clarkson for at least two hours.

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Warriors advance to NBA finals for 5th straight year

The Golden State Warriors are one step closer to a successful title defence. They advanced to their fifth straight N-B-A Finals with a 119-117 overtime win over the Trail Blazers last night, sweeping the Western Conference final in four games.

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Gas prices around $1.31/litre

Gas prices range from $1.21-$1.32 a litre. Brantford, Brant:  $1.21-$1.30 Hamilton: $1.16-$1.31 Burlington: $1.23-$1.31 Milton: $1.23-1.30 Oakville: $1.20-$1.31 Kitchener-Waterloo: $1.20-$1.30 Cambridge:  $1.17-$1.30 Welland-Niagara Falls-Thorold-St. Catharines-Grimsby: $1.20-$1.30 Simcoe: $1.24 Dunnville: $1.25 Tillsonburg: $1.26 Woodstock: $1.19-$1.32 London: $1.16-$1.25 Toronto’s key stock market

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Warmer by Thursday

The Weather Centre Forecast Today: mainly sunny.   High 18. Tonight: a few clouds.  Low 5. Tomorrow: a mix of clouds and sun with the chance of a shower.  East wind 30-50.  High 16. Thursday: cloudy with the risk of a

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Victoria Day closures

If you need to pick up groceries or shop at the mall, you’ll need to do that before Monday. Most local businesses and government services will be closed on Victoria Day. That includes mall, the Beer Store, LCBO, banks and

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OSS colts the opening act for Sunday’s Confederation Cup

They’re at the post and they’re off for the 46th Ontario Sire Stakes season. Eight races are featured on the $539,000 Confederation Cup program Sunday at Flamboro Downs. Ontario’s top three-year-old trotting colts will kick off the Dundas oval’s signature

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“All in the Family”, “The Jeffersons” tribute announced

If you saw him walking down the street, chances are you wouldn’t think Woody Harrelson was the late Carroll O’Connor. But in a special that airs next week (May 22nd) on ABC, Harrelson will channel Archie Bunker, the character played

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