Brantford Aquatic Club | Champions at Swim International

Brantford Aquatic Club Takes Home Top Prize at Swim International! Our Citizen Journalist, Dawn Hall, General Manager of the BAC shares her pride of the young people responsible for bringing swimming glory to the community. The 44th annual Swim International competition showcased over 530 swimmers from across Ontario and Quebec. The event was held over
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With the decline of traditional newspaper availability and unaccountable or ill-informed social media in small markets, how can we assure a local perspective, a local voice and local stories getting the attention they deserve? Laurier University – Brantford Campus, invites you to a FREE PUBLIC  seminar to address this issue. What: Public Lecture, “Getting the
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NOTE From the Desk of the Publisher.. Please join me in welcoming our newest Citizen Journalist, Shannon Pickering. Shannon is one of a group of local folks that volunteer to support those in our families and neighbours that struggle through mental illness. Where there is H.O.P.E. there is promise, and each dollar raised through H.O.P.E.’s
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In 1977, Virginia Little decided to make some noise… in a sweet way! She started two String orchestras…no little feat… In fact it is a large contribution to the culture and harmony of Brantford Tina Labanowicz has generously brought this story to our attention as a new 4BRANT Citizen Journalist in addition to her renowned
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“Something you may not be aware of in Brant! There is a group called Brantford Writer’s Circle and a place called Grace Gallery that between them celebrate writing and visual art created locally. This is yet another example of a group of volunteers bringing a concept to Brantford that is growing in other communities as
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Local Author, Amanda Morrison supports childhood cancer research and offers support to children. Amanda has written the following as a 4BRANT Citizen Journalist. “Having my youngest daughter journey through childhood cancer, I’ve learned first-hand what a wicked beast cancer can be, and how it affects the family unit.  We’ve witnessed the heartache, the frustration, and
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Publisher’s note: The following article is a contribution to 4BRANT by Luvern Mornin as a Citizen Journalist. Ms. Mornin has devoted months to her passion and advocacy in helping homeless people in Brantford. Thank you for your empathy and dedication to your cause Luvern. We have a new free dinner offered in Brantford that’s feeding
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© 2018 Second serial rights. Hairdressers are stepping up to style the less fortunate. On Monday December 10th, the less fortunate are being offered a free haircut at St. Andrews Church, (at 95 Darling Street), from 9:00 a.m. until 11:00 a.m.. Clients are welcome to stay and enjoy the free lunch served afterwards. Nancy Rawson,
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Nadia Sutherland and her mother Yvonne Shortt, opened the doors of Club NV for their 5th Annual Warm Winter Drive on Sunday November 18th at 1 p.m.,. This free clothing give away is open to anyone struggling to purchase warm clothing and is not focused on the homeless, although they are most welcome. Sixty people
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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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