Heroes Walk and Roll Event | Lansdowne Children’s Centre

BRANT PARK  is the location for Lansdowne Children’s Centre Foundation first annual Heroes Walk and Roll event, September 14. Looking forward to seeing all of the special heroes from our community on September 14, Brant Park, from 12:00 pm to 4:00 pm. Enter from 119 Jennings Road, main park entrance. Heroes come in all shapes
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What happens when you add about 300 bikers, 30 police officers… …plus local political leadership representation, and a community volunteers committed to kids from Lansdowne? You get love, fundraising and good will that show we all care for the kids being treated at Lansdowne Children’s Centre. Saturday, at the Civic Centre, everyone gathered together, and
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The Mohawk/Greenwich brownfield discussion has been going on in Eagle Place over the past two decades. There has been much talk and to date no final decision on utilization. In the era of Mayor Hancock’s Council, the land was accumulated under the control of the municipality, studies were done, and consultation included potential developers, remediation
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Hear YE…Hear YE… bikers of all ages shapes, sizes, and backgrounds… the weekend warriors, the traveled deckers and the family units that live for life and love to ride!   LANSDOWNE CHILDREN’S CENTRE 15TH ANNUAL MOTORCYCLE RIDE is next weekend May 11th. Starting at the Brantford Civic Centre. Registration is at 9:00 and departure is
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UPDATE to article below: In abundance of  transparency on my part, I provided a disclaimer at the beginning of the interview, prior to MPP Bouma beginning his answers: Although in my private community volunteerism I am a member of the Board of Directors at Lansdowne Children’s Centre, I do not speak on their behalf or
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It was a spring-like Friday morning but there were no signs of new growth, nurturing fragile life or hope for the future in the faces and words as over 50 protesters met to oppose the new legislation around autism funding as created by the Ford government through Minister Lisa McLeod.   In fact, the anecdotes
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In Brant, those of you that might qualify for restricted funding… asking you to catch the can that carries some cash and then, move on…must advocate on behalf of your child. Read the detail, share the story and then speak up! Your children will thank you.  Ontario Minister of Children, Community and Social Services Lisa
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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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This Sunday, December 2nd, 2018, Lansdowne Children’s Centre held our annual Christmas Party, to celebrate the upcoming holiday season with our children, families and staff. We saw many of our incredible families and had so much fun with all of you.   A tremendous thank you to Zoran and Nada from Smart Booth Images, who
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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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