Burford Fall Fair | Older than Confederation!

The Burford Fall Fair…” Best small town fair in South Western Ontario.” Some things are a reflection of the past. The iconic Merry-Go-Round has been a treasured feature for decades and to the glee of thousands of children aged from 4 to 104. Despite the rain early in the day dampening the turnout this year,
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Thanks to journalist Luvern Mornin for her attendance at the debate and contribution to this article. At 7:00 p.m. on October 4th, ten of the eleven Ward 5 candidates tried out the Councillor chairs in the Brantford City Council chambers. Candidate Michael Peterson was not in attendance. Media listened, a live feed television hung from
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  Candidates in Brantford’s mayoral race believe they can make a difference. There are seven candidates running for mayor in the October 22 election, each one with a plan to create a more affordable, safer city. “If you op to do better and you believe you have the strengths to do that- run. That’s the
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 She, as a talented young lady from Paris, Ontario in Brant and a student at Sacred Heart School, is living her dream! In November, she will be flying to Poland for The World Ballet and Jazz competition of the International Dance Organization, selected as a member of Team Canada. The International Dance Organization has over
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The coffee cup is a single serving size. Sure, the angle makes the cup look larger than the paper…but that’s the point!  Expositor, do you really represent yourself as a local paper? Or simply the only printed news available in town? Let’s examine what your Monday September 24 paper represents for local coverage. For this
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Many in Brant, and around Canada for that matter, think of children being separated from their parents by the government, and housing them in locked quarters, is a recent story about U.S. immigration reports. In the 1800’s Canada did the same thing to native children by forcing them into Indian Residential Institutes across the land to
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Funding Campaign begins! Publisher’s Note: New information added to report The Brantford Community Hospital system (BCHS) announces it’s plans to move forward on it’s two highest priority projects: renovation and expansion of the BGH site Emergency Department; and renovations and new service delivery at the Willett site in Paris. Senior staff under Supervisor Bonnie Adams
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The Kids will Thank You. Each and every Smile Cookie you buy at a Brantford Tim Horton’s location, during the week of September 17-23,  will go support both Lansdowne Childrens Centre and Crossing All Bridges Learning Centre. Buy your Smile Cookie today, and support all of wonderful children and young adults with special needs living
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    It doesn’t matter if the mayor oversees a large urban centre, regional district or a small rural area, the role is the same, but the priorities are more locally centred. And the compensation varies. The mayor is not an emperor, the single arbiter of public safety, or princess charming looking after her flock
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DR. DAVID MCNEIL AS NEW PRESIDENT AND CEO Brantford, ON (September 5, 2018) – The Brant Community Healthcare System (BCHS) is pleased to announce that Dr. David McNeil has been selected as its President and Chief Executive Officer. He currently serves as Senior Vice-President, Patient Experience and Digital Transformation at Health Sciences North in Sudbury. “We are fortunate
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