Lifetime Achievement Award for Outstanding Volunteerism

Four members of the community were recognized for their outstanding contributions to the region.  During National Volunteer Appreciation Week, Brant recognized four people who were nominated by the community for demonstrating decades of volunteerism from thousands who are equally committed to the community. The Lifetime Achievement Award for Outstanding Volunteerism were presented at the Brantford
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A guitar, Ipad and Jewelry was stolen from a home on Grand River Avenue on Monday. Brantford Police Service was called after an unknown person forced open the front door sometime during the day Monday.   A vehicle was damaged overnight Sunday. Brantford Police say the rear passenger window was smashed out of a vehicle
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The Haudenosaunee Confederacy Chiefs Council (HCCC) and the Six Nations Elected Council (SNEC) are pleased to announce that they have reached an agreement on various issues affecting the community. Representatives attended a mediation before the Honourable Frank Iacobucci, a retired Judge of the Supreme Court of Canada, on March 22, 2018. SNEC and HCCC are pleased
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It is important to realize that our own police officers find themselves in situations that put themselves in harm’s way above and beyond their official call to duty. Constables Matt Roberts, Constable Jacob Campbell and Constable A.J. Snively were recognized by Chief Nelson at the BPS Board meeting April 12th as they personify exemplary service
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There are times when a civilian gives the police service assistance, despite some personal risk or substantial inconvenience and are appropriately recognized for their worthy contribution. On April 12th The Brantford Police Services Board recognized three individuals: Jason Connell, Justin Hoag and Bob Vigh. Jason and Justin were in separate vehicles last July when they
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  When the Station Gallery at Brantford train station closed about a year ago, we lost a great space here in Brantford for things like art exhibitions, music events, poetry readings and book launches.  Mike Tutt who was the owner and operator at The Station is trying to fill the void with some pop up
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It’s not a crime – but Brantford has a way of attracting unique and interesting talent. Theresa Noon-Hunter is the Director of There’s A Production (10 points to your house if you caught the word play in the company name), based in Hamilton, but she has quickly discovered that Brantford is a pretty cool little town,
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On the weekend of June 8, 9 and 10, the City of Brantford will be celebrating the spirit of Harmony Square after 10 successful years over hundreds of events and community activities.   Thousands from near and far have treasured this jewel in the heart of downtown as a destination for music, art, movies, food,
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So, I’m speaking to the public here – not the art gallery going public, but the rest of you that are perhaps daunted, shy, or disinterested in the art world. I would like to know what would make you come to a gallery? What would bring you from perhaps the sports field, or the video
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By Sharlene Schmidt Emily* chose to wear polka dots on the runway, because her mother loved them. She chose a look reminiscent of the movie, Pretty Woman, because she could identify with a woman refusing to let her life’s circumstances define her. As she climbed the steps of the stage to strut her stuff on
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