Elvis is in the house! | Paris Figure Skating Club

When someone thinks of Elvis, two images come to mind: a certain gyrating Rock and Roll singer; and an incredible Quad jumper of Canadian Olympic Skating fame, Elvis Stojko.     In Paris Ontario, Saturday, there were two Stojkos in the house… Elvis and his lovely and talented bride Gladys Orozco. What an inspirational team
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By: Warren Beck Green Party candidate Ken Burns knows his chances of winning the riding of Brantford-Brant on June 7th are slim but that has not deterred him from running again, He ran in 2014 and tallied only just under 21-hundred votes.  Liberal winner David Levac won with over 19-thousand votes. But Green Party candidate 49 year
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By: Warren Beck She’s been here before, done that before and is doing it again. NDP candidate for Brant-Brantford Alex Felski ran third against Liberal winner Dave Levac in the 2014 provincial election, just over 5-thousand votes behind Levac and just 14-hundred votes behind second place finisher Phil Gillies. Married with two sons she has wasted little time getting
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Celebrating Brantford’s 56th Field Artillery Regiment on Artillery Day By Jesse Ferguson, 4BRANT A ceremony celebrating the 56th Field Artillery Regiment took place at the Brantford Armoury on Brant Avenue (adjacent from Dalhousie; pictured below) on Saturday, May 26 between 1-4PM   The Brantford Armoury is the proud home of the 56th Field Artillery Regiment.
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Brantford is trying to solve the used needle problem in the city with a new disposal program. “This is an effort to mitigate the number of needles found in public places,” Maria Visocchi, communications and community engagement director at the City of Brantford said. The City of Brantford and the Brant County Health Unit launched
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Brantford City council is reviewing emergency preparedness and trying to improve for the future. At the committee of the whole operations and administration meeting on May 15 council discussed a report from City staff that included a detailed analysis of the Grand River flood that effected Eagle Place and Homedale. “First and foremost, life safety
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The South Dumfries Community Centre was filled with over a hundred well-wishers on May 11th, as the big sign reveal celebrated the Nixon family for their contributions in provincial and federal politics in Brant over 70 years and three generations.   Harry Nixon served in the Mitchell/Hepburn provincial legislatures starting in 1919 and he became Ontario
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Victims of human trafficking and their parents now have somewhere to turn for help. The Ontario government announced the launch of a new, province-wide program designed to help victims and their families with free legal support. Yasir Naqvi, Attorney General said the program is the first of its kind in Canada and that the province
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Brantford Police found deceased man on Roy Boulevard. Brantford Police were called to an address on Roy Blvd May 3rd at 2 a.m. A 19-year-old Brantford man who was located at the scene was arrested charged with second degree murder and breach of probation. The identity of the victim and the circumstances surrounding the death
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Brantford Police officers spotted a stolen vehicle and found drugs with the occupants. Officers saw the vehicle on George Street on April 28, 2018 just after 2 a.m. The vehicle had previously been reported stolen. Officers saw the parked vehicle and four people exit. Officers attempted to arrest the four people, but the female driver fled
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