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Landslide closes Paris neighbourhood

Brant County officials have closed off the site of a landslide in Paris. Officials says the landslide happened in the area of a former railway embankment, where digging had taken place, on Walnut Street. No one was hurt. The County’s

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GTA driver killed in Paris crash

Brant County OPP have identified a man killed in a crash in Paris. 25-year-old Jasdeep Bains of Brampton died after a southbound Audi collided with a northbound dump truck yesterday afternoon on Rest Acres Road at Hanlon Place. The truck

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“Sensitive Santa” coming to town

It’s a holiday treat for children who want to meet Santa in a quieter, calmer environment. The County and City are teaming up with Canadian Deaf Blind Association and Lynden Park Mall to host “Sensitive Santa” for the first time.

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Limited traffic access in Paris

Access in downtown Paris will be limited, as several streets in Paris will be temporarily closed tomorrow. For the Remembrance Day parade, the following roads will be temporarily closed to traffic between 10:30 am and 12:00 pm: Broadway Street from

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Banner day for Leaf great Syl Apps

A banner day for a Toronto Maple Leafs great and Paris native. Syl Apps’ original banner from the Air Canada Centre will be raised at the Brant Sports Complex on Saturday, November 4th. Mayor Ron Eddy, Members of Syl Apps

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