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Ontario Extended State of Emergency

It’s Official, Ontario is still under State of Emergency till June 30th! This means a delay in the opening of outdoor playgrounds and swimming pools and the five-person limit on gatherings, which was set to expire on June 9. However,

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Essential Workers Day

The city of Brantford Council has agreed to proclaim March 17th as Essential Workers Day. “While many were asked to stay home and practice social distancing, others continued to work and provide essential services to the community,” says Councillor Joshua

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Eastbound- Hwy 403

The eastbound lanes of Highway 403 will be closed by the Ministry of Transportation between Garden Avenue and Highway 52 for pavement and structure rehabilitation on the following dates: Friday, June 5, 2020 at 7:00 p.m. to Wednesday, June 10,

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City of Brantford- Hydrants

The City of Brantford will be conducting the fire hydrant flushing until Mid-June. You may temporarily experience discolored water in your neighborhood. If you experience discolored water, or low pressure, run your cold water tap until the water clears.

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National AccessAbility Week

The City of Brantford will be promoting and educating the public on accessibility during the National AccessAbiltiy Week from May 31st to June 6th, 2020 National AccessAbility Week is a campaign to raise awareness about disability, accessibility, and inclusion. AccessAbility

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Affordable Housing Development begins June 1st, 2020

The City of Brantford just announced the occupancy of new housing development on Marlene Avenue, featuring 30 housing units, to begin June 1st, 2020. The housing is funded by the City with the Province’s Homes for Good program. The City

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Financial relief extended to September 30, 2020

The City Council has extended financial relief measures until September 30, 2020, to assist property owners who are experiencing financial difficulties due to the COVID-19 pandemic: Penalty & Interest on 2020 unpaid taxes only will not be charged up to

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The City of Brantford gradually begins to reopen public spaces

The City of Brantford is following the Provincial announcements of reopening some restrictions in parks and trails- therefore, Arrowdale Golf Course, Dufferin Park Tennis Courts, and Lions Park Tennis courts are now open. Northridge Golf Course will open for the

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Brantford Transit News

As of, Sunday May 24th, Brantford Transit is only allowing a maximum of 15 passengers, in order to maintain the safety of the operators. They are also encouraging passengers to wear face masks. From the City of Brantford, following service

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Schools remain Closed

On May 19th, Minister of Education, Honourable Stephen Lecce, announced the schools will remain closed for the remainder of the semester. The decision was based on protecting the children’s health and safety. Minister of Education also have announced Ontario’s Summer

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COVID-19 Assessment Centres

Below is a list of current Assessment Centres set up in response to the COVID-19 outbreak: Southwestern Ontario: Chatham: The Chatham-Kent Health Alliance (CKHA) has a COVID-19 Assessment Centre at 47 Emma Street in Chatham in partnership with the Chatham-Kent

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COVID-19 Pandemic: What’s Closed, Cancelled, and Postponed

The COVID-19 Pandemic has caused numerous closures, cancellations, and postponements throughout the city.  Below is a list of current closures, cancellations, and postponements in Ontario.  This list will be updated as new closures, cancellations, or postponements are announced. Government Services

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Passing of Bill Evanov

Vasil William EvanovSeptember 18, 1942 – February 28, 2020 Media Release Toronto, March 1, 2020. – Evanov Communications Inc. is deeply saddened to announce that Vasil William (Bill) Evanov, the company’s founder and President, passed away peacefully in his sleep

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Governments help farmers grow their businesses

The Ontario government is helping farmers improve their business operations, so they can continue to play an important role in boosting the province’s economy and produce some of the safest, highest quality foods in the world. Minister of Agriculture, Food and

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Elderly Simcoe woman chases away thief

Provincial police say they’re looking for a suspect who was chased away from a Simcoe home by the elderly woman he allegedly robbed. The O-P-P say the woman woke up yesterday morning to find a 17 to 20-year-old man on

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