Brantford’s flood cost $4.5 million

Brantford City council is reviewing emergency preparedness and trying to improve for the future. At the committee of the whole operations and administration meeting on May 15 council discussed a report from City staff that included a detailed analysis of the Grand River flood that effected Eagle Place and Homedale. “First and foremost, life safety
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This will be the second year for the Breath of Fresh Air talent show at the Sanderson Centre, brought to you by The Crew Real Estate in association with Murky Productions. The sponsors of the show are all local, as is the talent.  Acts auditioned by sending in videos of their performances which were then
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Recently in my travels I had the pleasure of enjoying sips of a beneficial tea that offers many wellness properties, yet has a name that sounds like a new dance craze. It’s called Luo Bu Ma Tea and I just had to learn more.   I plugged in with a respected Registered Holistic Nutritionist, Sue Serre
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Recently I experienced a new restaurant downtown Brantford, Nine North Viet-Thai.  I wouldn’t have typically considered this location for lunch although an archway of balloons caught my eye. I figured, if they went to all the trouble of putting up balloons,  I would reciprocate to see what was hidden beyond the colourful archway. I love
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ONTARIO Amber alert CANCELLED: Gabriel McCallum, POLICE ADVISE BOY HAS BEEN LOCATED AND IS SAFE,  8 years, 3’6′, 60 pounds, black hair. 

Brantford Red Sox begin their home schedule By Jesse Ferguson AC/DC’s “Let’s Play Ball” dominated the airwaves at and around Arnold Anderson Stadium in Brantford on the gorgeous afternoon of Sunday, May 13 for the Red Sox season opener. They took on the Hamilton Cardinals. And that song perfectly encapsulated the feeling. There was a
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Tobias March wants to be cool….or rather….be REALLY cool. In the Arctic. This young man from Brantford has started a GoFundMe drive to raise about $9000 to top up his contribution to the event in order to join this unique opportunity. He is the only student in Brant to qualify and would appreciate anyone that
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It’s for the kids! And you may have heard over 200 bikers roar through Brant with a police escort on Saturday. All to help the kids. These bikers told me their hearts were warm despite the frigid wind and occasional puddles dodged… Over 2000 children are served by Lansdowne Children’s Centre each year and so
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Brantford police are asking for the public’s assistance involving a stabbing incident that occurred in a residence on Palace St., Brantford. On Saturday May 12, 2018 around 7:30 pm, police and EMS were called to a residence on Palace St., Brantford, due to a stabbing that occurred at this location. As a result, a 16
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The South Dumfries Community Centre was filled with over a hundred well-wishers on May 11th, as the big sign reveal celebrated the Nixon family for their contributions in provincial and federal politics in Brant over 70 years and three generations.   Harry Nixon served in the Mitchell/Hepburn provincial legislatures starting in 1919 and he became Ontario
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