Paris Figure Skating Club 2019 Carnival | Best of Generation ‘Z’

Backstage, the athletes are diligently preparing and limbering up… Generation ‘Z’ is ready! The ice surface is emblazoned with spotlights and effects. Suddenly, the pride and enthusiasm of commitment and training bursts forth through the applause of loved ones from Brant and Brantford  Welcome to the 56th Annual Paris Figure Skating Club  2019 Carnival….BEST OF
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BRANTFORD, ON – At today’s Board of Health meeting, the Brant County Health Unit’s Medical Officer of Health (MOH) Dr. Malcolm Lock officially announced he will be retiring at the end of September 2019. During his 16 years as MOH at the Health Unit, Dr. Lock has led the organization through many important issues and
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The definition of Bohemian, when googled, comes up as ‘unconventional,  nonconformist,  unorthodox,  avant-garde,  offbeat, off-center,  irregular,  original,  alternative,  experimental,  artistic,  idiosyncratic, eccentric, arty, arty-farty, way-out, off the wall, oddball.’  These are all descriptions that Katherine Pickering, owner and curator of the new Paris Bohemian Gallery doesnt mind at all.  In fact, her intent with opening this cool new space
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The word ‘Soroptimist’ hardly fits into our daily conversation, but is significant in our daily community. This organization of business women throughout our local economy are dedicated to mentoring young women of high school age.  Click here for YouTube promo of Free Event April 6 Laurie Cappe, coordinator of one of the Grand Erie Soroptimist
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UPDATE to article below: In abundance of  transparency on my part, I provided a disclaimer at the beginning of the interview, prior to MPP Bouma beginning his answers: Although in my private community volunteerism I am a member of the Board of Directors at Lansdowne Children’s Centre, I do not speak on their behalf or
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An enormous new art project is being created by Brantford’s Dave Hind and the Aluminum Quilting Society (AQS). “Between the Two Rows” is a community mural that examines personal identity, cultural boundaries, and the importance of building relationships between cultures through communication and collaboration.  The central composition and imagery is based on the symbolism of
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Dr. Brian Beattie, his wife Sharlyss, and their children moved to Brantford from Toronto many years ago to help be a part of the city’s tangible transformation.  In his new book “City of God”, Beattie tells Freedom House’s story and how this modest local Church helped spark positive community growth in many areas. For 15 years,
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February 22, 2019 Over the past week the Brantford Police Service has assisted Emergency Medical Services in regard to several suspected drug overdoses. These individuals suffered apparent drug overdoses and had to be treated medically. The Brantford Police Service is asking that the community be made aware of these occurrences and risks of drug use.
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Update: On Thursday February 21, 2019 just after 8:15 p.m. the Brantford Police Service responded to 9-1-1 call about a shooting that occurred in the area of Scarfe Ave. and Grand River Ave, Brantford. Investigation into the incident revealed that two males (20 and 23 years old from Brantford) suffered gunshot wounds. The two males
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It was a spring-like Friday morning but there were no signs of new growth, nurturing fragile life or hope for the future in the faces and words as over 50 protesters met to oppose the new legislation around autism funding as created by the Ford government through Minister Lisa McLeod.   In fact, the anecdotes
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