Stabbing – Police Seek Public Help

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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It’s 10pm on a Thursday evening and although downtown is pretty quiet, outside the Sanderson Centre there are numerous trucks loading and unloading movie equipment.  Inside the centre all is dark except for the stage where, behind drawn curtains, footage is being filmed for a ‘play within a play’ scene in a new independent film
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The City of Brantford is seeking the input of the public regarding regulating legalization of recreational cannabis (aka marijuana, weed, pot, grass, dope, reefer, ganja, and other slang variants). Earlier this year, the federal government announced plans to legalize the recreational use of cannabis under the Cannabis Act, expected to go into effect nationally in
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During the month of April, the Brantford Police Service participated in a Provincial Community Safety Initiative that provided citizens an easy and safe way to surrender unwanted firearms and ammunition for destruction. As a result, a total of 43 firearms (including one handgun, 22 rifles and 20 replicas) and 1,359 rounds of ammunition were turned
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  Update to Related Article: Brantford police are investigating a murder on Roy Boulevard   On May 3, 2018 Brantford Police Service arrested a 19 year old Brantford male for Second Degree Murder and Breach of Probation. As a result of a medical condition the accused has remained under medical care at a hospital.   On May 7,
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On Sunday May 6th, the sun was shining and the smiles were contagious as around 2000 participants left the parking lot on the Hike for Hospice 2018. Two hours later the final tally was $327,813 in donations raised for Brant’s only Hospice. MPP Dave Levac and Mayor Friel led the walkers Olga Consorti, Executive Director
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In this environment of texting, twitter and a barrage of other social media expressions, there seems to be a laziness in how we communicate. Less words, use of acronyms, emojis and gifs combined with a complete separation of reality to context, or even literacy, drive the messaging. So it is, with the absence of fact
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Victims of human trafficking and their parents now have somewhere to turn for help. The Ontario government announced the launch of a new, province-wide program designed to help victims and their families with free legal support. Yasir Naqvi, Attorney General said the program is the first of its kind in Canada and that the province
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Brantford Police found deceased man on Roy Boulevard. Brantford Police were called to an address on Roy Blvd May 3rd at 2 a.m. A 19-year-old Brantford man who was located at the scene was arrested charged with second degree murder and breach of probation. The identity of the victim and the circumstances surrounding the death
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