Protesters gather in Victoria Park | Equity for Autism

This is a delightful image of a simple snowman created by two brothers, including one of whom has benefited from previous treatment through the  Ontario Autism Program. The parents anticipate that funding has now ended. They don’t know what’s in store for their son now. They came to support this peaceful Brantford organized protest because
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The word ‘Soroptimist’ hardly fits into our daily conversation, but is significant in our daily community. This organization of business women throughout our local economy are dedicated to mentoring young women of high school age.  Click here for YouTube promo of Free Event April 6 Laurie Cappe, coordinator of one of the Grand Erie Soroptimist
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An enormous new art project is being created by Brantford’s Dave Hind and the Aluminum Quilting Society (AQS). “Between the Two Rows” is a community mural that examines personal identity, cultural boundaries, and the importance of building relationships between cultures through communication and collaboration.  The central composition and imagery is based on the symbolism of
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Brigadier-General D. B. Cochrane oversees tens of thousands of young people across Canada, in his responsibility as Commander National Cadet and Rangers Support Group. It includes all the regiments of Air, Sea, and Army Cadets as well as Junior Canadian Rangers, a volunteer force made up of Inuit, First Nations, Métis and non-Aboriginals patrolling Canada’s sparsely settled northern, coastal, and isolated
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The Brantford Golf and Country Club, overlooking the exceptional Grand River again hosted the 56th annual edition of the Big Chief Men’s Curling Bonspiel. Because of the generosity by Sun Life Financial as the Key Sponsor, teams competed from January 11 through January 13. This bonspiel attracts competitive teams from across Southern Ontario, Northern Ontario, and
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In Six Nations of the Grand culture, there is much emphasis on the ‘Two Row Wampum’ It is a woven belt with two purple lines parallel to each other and signifies the path of indigenous peoples traveling the same course as the non-native community, walking together but not crossing into each other’s path. The Six
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FROM: 2019 Brantford Police Services Board: Vincent Bucci, Chair: Brendan Ryan, Vice Chair; Mayor Kevin Davis; Councillor Greg Martin RE: Impending Retirements for July 27 2019 Today, the Brantford Police Services Board announced the forthcoming retirement of Chief Geoff Nelson from the Brantford Police Service, effective July 27, 2019. After 30 years in policing, 13
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In a world where the impression that a customer comes first is regularly challenged, it is refreshing to see immediate response to concerns and proactive solutions… and, in  less than a day! You bring your favourite fast soul-food dinner home, sit back on your comfy couch in front of a vacation-binge-TV catching up on the
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Santa Bulletin Board: Brant Region, Canada To Delivery Elves: Please be advised that there are some changes in our labeling for delivery to Brant and Brantford City Councils: Add Davey Bailey as ‘His Worshippy’ for Brant County and Kevey Davis as ‘His Worshippy’ for Brantford; Joshey Wall, Newby-Fro-Councillor and Jan-ey Vanderstelt, as Redux-Councillor in the
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Brantford Sports Council seeking Nominations for annual Sports Awards The Brantford Sports Council is seeking nominations to recognize the outstanding achievements of local athletes, coaches, volunteers, teams, officials and sponsors who are actively involved in and support minor sports in our community.  The awards will be presented at the 14th annual Brantford Sports Council Sports Recognition Banquet on Wednesday February
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