CODE BLUE! Brant Healthcare Medical Emergency

‘Triage’ is a system to identify priorities for determining which patients are the  most in need of care. For the hospital itself…the process is the same. When presented with a critical patient, first you have to stop the bleeding. The Brant Community healthcare system has been in a desperate financial position, inherited over the past
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These young men and women are preparing for life through training in discipline, respect, camaraderie, hard work and focus. These skills will bring them recognition and demonstrated commitment that will entitle them to opportunities they may never have even considered. The Reviewing party arrives: Reviewing officer, Hon. Col (Ret) Don Wilkin, CD; Mrs. Taryn Findlay,
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When the Ontario Legislature closes the doors, the last one standing has the duty to turn off the lights before going home. Thanks for your service Dave Levac…Queen’s Park may be dark right now, but it was forever brightened by your commitment. Dave Levac has served Brant for 20 years in the Provincial legislature, after
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Over the past decade, The Princess Margaret Cancer Centre has been running a 220 Km cycling event out of Toronto with Enbridge as the annual patron and over $340 million raised to date. The event starts Saturday morning at the CNE grounds, heading for Niagara Falls and the return route is completed Sunday afternoon expecting
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Has it really been 10 years since the official opening of Harmony Square?  Hard to believe – until you remember all of the amazing events that have taken place over these years. This weekend, June 8 – 10, Harmony Square will have a birthday party unlike any other.  The line-up of events for this Festival
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In this 50th anniversary of Special Olympics Canada, Brant Special Olympics is sending 16 Athletes to the special Olympic National Competitions, May 10-29, in Charlottetown Prince Edward island. Special Olympian, Nick They will be competing in Track and Field, Bocci Ball, 5-pin and 10-pin Bowling. Despite local sponsorship and national financial support, training and facilities are
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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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“Crystal” (not her real name) was the typical rebellious kid in her teens and convinced she knew it all and was invincible. She struggled with authority and was in and out of trouble throughout her high school years. Originally, inappropriately diagnosed with Crohn’s disease, her doctor thought although there is no treatment for this likely
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Yes, it is a fact! Movie and television productions tend to highlight human trafficking as the abduction and imprisonment of individuals in a context of ransoms or global political intrigue. The reality is that scenario represents just 17 per cent of the international picture. 83 per cent of those forced into servitude around the world
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