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2019-05-17

Victoria Day closures

Posted by: John

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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2019-05-17

OSS colts the opening act for Sunday’s Confederation Cup

Posted by: John

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

Read More..

2019-05-17

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

Posted by: John

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

Read More..

2019-05-17

Fan favourite series ends with a bang

Posted by: John

“The Big Bang Theory” closed out its run as television’s top-rated comedy with an emotional final episode that saw some big changes for the show’s group of geeky misfits. The fan-favourite series exited the airwaves tallying the most episodes for

Read More..

2019-05-17

Gator on Florida Air Force runway

Posted by: John

Staffers at a U.S. Air Force base in Florida had to bring in the heavy gear to help clear a runway this week. They used a front-end loader to remove an alligator that decided to lounge on a takeoff and

Read More..

2019-05-17

Coyotes reportedly attack homeless man in Stratford

Posted by: John

A homeless man living in a makeshift campsite in Stratford was reportedly attacked by two coyotes early yesterday morning. The 43 year old man suffered cut and bite marks to his legs, arms and head and received more than 100

Read More..

2019-05-17

Bowman Precision Tools named company of the Year

Posted by: John

The Best Western was packed for the annual Business Excellence Awards Gala last night in Brantford. The Chamber of Commerce Brantford-Brant presented the company of the year award to Bowman Precision Tools. Synergy Moldworks earned the Entrepreneur of the Year

Read More..

2019-05-17

Bruins advance to Stanley Cup Final

Posted by: John

Tuukka Rask posted his seventh career playoff shutout, and the Boston Bruins swept the Carolina Hurricanes out of the Eastern Conference final last night with a 4-0 victory. Boston advanced to its third Stanley Cup Final in nine years. The

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2019-05-17

Gas prices up a cent today, two cents Saturday

Posted by: John

Gas prices range from $1.16 to $1.30 a litre as of 4:30 this morning. The average price of $1.29 per litre is up a cent from Thursday according to ontariogasprices.com.  Prices are also expected to rise another 2 cents Saturday.

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2019-05-17

Sunny, warm for part of Victoria Day weekend

Posted by: John

The Weather Centre Forecast, Today: partly to mostly sunny.   High 19. Tonight: a few clouds.  Low 6. Tomorrow: cloudy with light rain in the morning, with the chance of a shower in the afternoon. High 16. Sunday: mainly sunny. Windy. 

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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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2019-05-17

Victoria Day closures

Posted by: John

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

Read More..

2019-05-17

OSS colts the opening act for Sunday’s Confederation Cup

Posted by: John

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

Read More..

2019-05-17

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

Posted by: John

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

Read More..

2019-05-17

Fan favourite series ends with a bang

Posted by: John

“The Big Bang Theory” closed out its run as television’s top-rated comedy with an emotional final episode that saw some big changes for the show’s group of geeky misfits. The fan-favourite series exited the airwaves tallying the most episodes for

Read More..

2019-05-17

Gator on Florida Air Force runway

Posted by: John

Staffers at a U.S. Air Force base in Florida had to bring in the heavy gear to help clear a runway this week. They used a front-end loader to remove an alligator that decided to lounge on a takeoff and

Read More..

2019-05-17

Coyotes reportedly attack homeless man in Stratford

Posted by: John

A homeless man living in a makeshift campsite in Stratford was reportedly attacked by two coyotes early yesterday morning. The 43 year old man suffered cut and bite marks to his legs, arms and head and received more than 100

Read More..

2019-05-17

Bowman Precision Tools named company of the Year

Posted by: John

The Best Western was packed for the annual Business Excellence Awards Gala last night in Brantford. The Chamber of Commerce Brantford-Brant presented the company of the year award to Bowman Precision Tools. Synergy Moldworks earned the Entrepreneur of the Year

Read More..

2019-05-17

Bruins advance to Stanley Cup Final

Posted by: John

Tuukka Rask posted his seventh career playoff shutout, and the Boston Bruins swept the Carolina Hurricanes out of the Eastern Conference final last night with a 4-0 victory. Boston advanced to its third Stanley Cup Final in nine years. The

Read More..

2019-05-17

Gas prices up a cent today, two cents Saturday

Posted by: John

Gas prices range from $1.16 to $1.30 a litre as of 4:30 this morning. The average price of $1.29 per litre is up a cent from Thursday according to ontariogasprices.com.  Prices are also expected to rise another 2 cents Saturday.

Read More..

2019-05-17

Sunny, warm for part of Victoria Day weekend

Posted by: John

The Weather Centre Forecast, Today: partly to mostly sunny.   High 19. Tonight: a few clouds.  Low 6. Tomorrow: cloudy with light rain in the morning, with the chance of a shower in the afternoon. High 16. Sunday: mainly sunny. Windy. 

Read More..

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