City of Brantford FEBRUARY 12 | Winter Storm Public Notice

PUBLIC NOTICE  February 12, 2019  Winter Storm – City Services Update In response to the winter storm currently moving through our area, the City’s Operational Services crews are active in full winter control salting and plowing operations on all red, blue, and green routes and sidewalks, in priority, that will continue throughout the day and evening.
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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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FROM: 2019 Brantford Police Services Board: Vincent Bucci, Chair: Brendan Ryan, Vice Chair; Mayor Kevin Davis; Councillor Greg Martin RE: Impending Retirements for July 27 2019 Today, the Brantford Police Services Board announced the forthcoming retirement of Chief Geoff Nelson from the Brantford Police Service, effective July 27, 2019. After 30 years in policing, 13
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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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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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The question deserves some context of course. There are some who feel the system is struggling under government intervention intended to keep one group of politicians in power by managing to hold on to a large socially liberal voting base. The criticism is that by capitulating to union demands and the apparent ensuing soaring labour
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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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Gardens like these are not from some magical seeds dropped from the heavens of grateful families: After the exemplary design and planning of the Horticulture Therapist Lynn Leach and the entire Horticultural Therapy Program as funded by St. Joseph’s Lifecare Foundation,  they are ably assisted by volunteers. And the volunteers, 190 strong, along with staff
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Hear Ye! Hear Ye! As many Town Criers from across Ontario ring their bells in celebration, Nine North was conceived in Downtown Brantford. Traditional Asian dishes are a delight for North Americans and Brantford now has one of the finest, Nine North, right next to the Sanderson Centre for The Performing Arts, at 86 Dalhousie Street. The
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‘Triage’ is a system to identify priorities for determining which patients are the  most in need of care. For the hospital itself…the process is the same. When presented with a critical patient, first you have to stop the bleeding. The Brant Community healthcare system has been in a desperate financial position, inherited over the past
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