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St. George AppleFest Cancelled

News Release For Immediate Release Friday, June 19, 2020 St. George AppleFest Cancels 2020 Event St. George, Ontario – At their monthly meeting on Thursday, June 18th, the Directors of St. George AppleFest agreed to cancel AppleFest for 2020. This

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Doug Snooks Community Centre

To provide residents with an option for relief from high temperatures, the City has temporarily opened the Doug Snooks Community Centre located at 333 Erie Ave in Brantford. The Doug Snooks Temporary Cooling Centre is now open from noon until 8:00

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Temporary Patio Allowance in Brantford

The Brantford City Council approved a temporary patio allowance for private and public outdoor patios to help local businesses meet the criteria to reopen under the provincial Reopening Framework, while following COVID-19 guidelines to protect public health and safety. “The

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City of Brantford announces additional services to resume

Last week the Province announced that the City of Brantford and the County of Brant, along with 23 other jurisdictions, are permitted to advance to Stage 2 of the Province’s reopening plan effective June 12, 2020. Consistent with the Province’s

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Garth Brooks Drive-In Concert

For ONE NIGHT ONLY, Garth Brooks will be hosting a Drive-In Concert The concert, filmed exclusively for this event, will be a once-in-a-lifetime experience. Produced by Encore Live, the concert will be the largest ever one-night show to play at

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Strategy for Drug usage

The city of Brantford is well aware of the overdoses that have happened in the last while. They are encouraging everyone to be safe. On Saturday, June 13, 2020, the Brantford Police Service and EMS first responders were called to

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Stage 2 in Brantford Reminder

As the City of Brantford slowly continue in Stage 2, the city must remind the recommended measures; Must always wear face masks in public such as: Riding public transit Shopping at smaller grocery stores or pharmacies Receiving essential services such

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Brantford on track for record Setting Construction Year

Brantford’s infrastructure is getting a major upgrade. The City released it’s May 2020 Report on Construction Activity which came to a value of $41.6 million for 94 issued permits. Things are looking up! See full media release below:

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Air Canada “Ready for Takeoff”

Ready for takeoff, with new measures. See the below video on Air Canada’s enhanced preventive measures. Check In New measures are being implemented at check-in, like health screening questions and pre-flight infrared temperature checks for customers, as well as the

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Ontario Helping Parents Return to Work

The government of Ontario has announced its plan to reopen child care centers across the province, with strict health protocols. Details of the plan were provided today by Premier Doug Ford, Christine Elliott, Deputy Premier and Minister of Health, and

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“WestJet- Safety Above All”

Westjet just announced their important changes for your safety. A message from Vice President Billy Nolen Reduced contact at check-inYour check in experience will be close to what you’re used to: at the kiosk or the check-in counter. We’ll be

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“Safe with Sunwing”

Sunwing wants you to be relaxed when heading on vacation! Safe with Sunwing commitment ensures the health and safety of customers across their entire vacation experience, from the moment they check-in to their airport transfers, throughout their resort stay and

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Phase 2 Reopening

Brant County has made the list to reopen to “Stage 2” The Guidelines are still the same to physical distance, however, the gatherings limit has been expanded to 10 people, and Places of Worship limit attendance to 30% of building

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Not many understand diversity and equality, which is why Shawna Russel started a petition to see the need for change through education. Premier Doug Ford is being asked to implement mandatory anti-racist history classes from Kindergarten to Grade 12. “After

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Framework for Gradual Reopening in Kitchener

The City of Kitchener will gradually reopen its doors, based on phased reopening and direction from the Province of Ontario & Waterloo Region. The recovery plan will focus on the following: Meeting the needs of the community by providing valued

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