Participation Support Services Partners with St. Joseph’s Lifecare Centre

Participation Support Services as a non-profit charitable organization is currently supporting over 350 individuals in our community with either a physical disability, a complex health care need and/or senior. On June 26th, Participation Support Services celebrated their Annual General Meeting at St. Joseph’s Lifecare Centre. The AGM was marked with a Ribbon Cutting for their
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The Wizard of Us… the man behind the curtain in Brantford civil service. Inside this concrete bunker is the hub of Brantford municipal decision making. We are generally aware of the role of City Councillors but know little about the bureaucracy that runs the operation. One person, the only employee reporting directly to Council, is
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For the 12th season now, Brant Theatre will be bringing the Bell Summer Theatre Festival to audiences once again. The theatre space is on the grounds of the Bell Homestead National Historic Site. As the show takes place outdoors, (weather permitting) on the front porch of the Bell Homestead, audiences are encouraged to bring a
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The royalty chess pieces pictured above are Mayor Davis and Organizer Sylvia Collins Kids sneak over to the jungle gym to savour their fries. Where else can you see: a cowgirl festooned troubadour; line dancing down the block; and a bagpiper meandering amidst the crowd. And it is all FREE! When a Neighbourhood Association, like
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In the Fall of 1919, a dream began, a theatre fit for performance and exhibition was opened in downtown Brantford. The Temple Theatre for vaudeville and silent movies, then the Capital Theatre 1929 under the ownership of Famous Player’s Theaters and finally the Sanderson Centre a cultural acquisition by the City of Brantford in 1986,
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Now that I have your attention, words matter. Yes, the Estimates Committee under Chair Greg Martin met on Friday and Monday to consider the consequences to capital project dollars in their last budget deliberations for the year 2019. Chair Martin, “It is important that we as a council have to be fiscally responsible in how
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The weather may have been gloomy as they started their march, but the 9th Annual Brantford Pride Parade and park event was far from it! About 300 marchers from the LGBTQ2+, their friends, family and allies were vibrant and positive, filled with love and determination to celebrate diversity in Brantford. Back in Mohawk Park, support
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On Sunday June 9th, 2019 at approximately 2:17 am the Brantford Police Service received a 9-1-1 call about a break and enter in progress at a commercial business located on Park Ave. An unknown male was seen going into the employee locker room and had broken into employee lockers. The suspect male was then seen
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The Chief Administrative Officer is the City’s senior executive manager, overseeing all City Commissions and departments, including over 1,800 employees and approximately 190 discrete business units. He replaces the current retiring CAO Darryl Lee, Ted Salisbury before him and John Brown before him going back to the early 2000’s. Under Municipal law, the CAO is
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The call was sent out around 6:00 am Sunday morning. The location is Northwest Rubber, 321 Henry Street, Brantford. The plant takes recycled tire rubber and re-purposes it into mats. As an update at 5:40 pm, Deputy Chief Todd Binkley advises that the Ministry of the Environment monitoring indicates the smoke is at a safe
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