Brantford Power, “Your Delivery Company”, delivers Santa to Town November 24

That’s right Mom and Dad, Auntie and Uncle, Nana and Gramps and all you Christmas parade lovers: JCI is pleased to have our own Brantford Power…”YOUR DELIVERY COMPANY”…as the Title Sponsor this year for the Santa Claus Parade, “Cinematic Theme Event”. Without commitment like theirs, it would be almost impossible to offer you the city’s
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“I think homeless people’s individual stories should be heard because they’re talked about constantly yet have no platform to speak for themselves.  That’s not fair. I want you to hear their voices, their thoughts, their stories and their opinions- from them.  These are stories directly from local homeless people in Brantford, heard and documented by
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There’s been a lot of buzz about the Homeless March in Brantford the past few days, and I’m glad to report that it was a success on many levels.    New friends were made as the group mingled, accurate information was shared that reduced confusion, and everyone involved is genuinely concerned about how they can
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Above, daughter Ella is so understandably proud of her Mom, Sarah Pass Martin. According to everyone who surrounds her, Sarah Pass is awesome… However,  she decided to write about 25 other local Awesome People that have given her insight, inspiration and community pride. She refers to them as Go-Getters and Go-Givers. Pass wants her efforts:
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As the weather gets colder Brantford Guardian Angles are helping the homeless. On Saturday November 3rd at 3:30 p.m., seven volunteers joined Tracey Bucci of Brantford Guardian Angels, (BGA), to distribute basic items to the homeless. Four new volunteers joined for the day’s giving; all of them hearing about Bucci’s efforts through Facebook.  Two people were
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Pictured above: Dr. Andrew Robinson, Laurier Brantford; Angee Turnbull, Director of Philanthropy Lansdowne Children’s Centre; and Shelby Do, Laurier Brantford Graduate. Laurier Brantford Professor, Dr. Andrew Robinson had a plan to create new opportunities for local students graduated from the Human Rights and Human Diversity program.  He applied for funding for students looking for non-profit
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Brantford’s Bike Night was the first time I’ve worn my winter jacket this year and I’m glad I did! The show on Thursday was very cold as five of the eight invited non-profits braved the weather. Each one of these places offers something unique, and simply being aware of them  helps connect people who can
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” LET ME WIN, BUT IF I CANNOT WIN, LET ME BE BRAVE IN THE ATTEMPT”   On Saturday, October 13, 2018, Special Olympics Ontario- Brantford held its annual sports banquet.  This event was a celebration of all Brant Special Olympics athletes and their efforts during the past year.  Special recognition was given to those
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  Brantwood Community Services has partnered with four other organizations in an ‘Abilities Hub’ at their location at 25 Bell Lane, Brantford. Brantford’s Town Crier, David McKee joined the heads of the partnering groups at announce the opening of the new Abilities Centre Left to right: Rita-Marie Hadley, Executive Director-Lansdowne; Jo-Anne Flood, Executive Director-Brantwood; Mary
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The feature image above includes Donna Nagy, her granddaughter Teleah, and Brantford Paediatrician, Dr. Daisy Liu, Courtesy McMaster Public Relations Department. The McMaster Paediatric Department has extended a local clinic partnering with the Lansdowne Children’s Centre on Mount Pleasant Road for children with complex medical care issues in Brantford . The provincially funded program is
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