SC Johnson Breaks Record for Corporate Donations | Brant Community Healthcare System

As of today, The BGH site Donor Wall has a new category ” VISIONARY” with one name on it for individuals or organizations contributing more than $3,000,000: SC Johnson and Son Limited. In addition, the Departments of Medical Imaging and Cardiac Diagnostics have been renamed in their honour. Pictured here are the representatives of S.C.
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BRANTFORD – Wilfrid Laurier University has appointed Heidi Northwood as the Senior Executive Officer (SEO) of the university’s Brantford campus. Northwood has served in the role on an interim basis since April 2018 and was appointed  in this permanent position today, following a national executive search. “I am thrilled to welcome Dr. Heidi Northwood as
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Participation Support Services as a non-profit charitable organization is currently supporting over 350 individuals in our community with either a physical disability, a complex health care need and/or senior. On June 26th, Participation Support Services celebrated their Annual General Meeting at St. Joseph’s Lifecare Centre. The AGM was marked with a Ribbon Cutting for their
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The Wizard of Us… the man behind the curtain in Brantford civil service. Inside this concrete bunker is the hub of Brantford municipal decision making. We are generally aware of the role of City Councillors but know little about the bureaucracy that runs the operation. One person, the only employee reporting directly to Council, is
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In the Fall of 1919, a dream began, a theatre fit for performance and exhibition was opened in downtown Brantford. The Temple Theatre for vaudeville and silent movies, then the Capital Theatre 1929 under the ownership of Famous Player’s Theaters and finally the Sanderson Centre a cultural acquisition by the City of Brantford in 1986,
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Now that I have your attention, words matter. Yes, the Estimates Committee under Chair Greg Martin met on Friday and Monday to consider the consequences to capital project dollars in their last budget deliberations for the year 2019. Chair Martin, “It is important that we as a council have to be fiscally responsible in how
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Many couples handle the role of public office differently. Some keep their private lives separate and some commit beyond the public attention, separate yet fully engaged. Mayor Davis and his wife Lisa fit into this latter category. His Worship made a public commitment that if he agreed to be at an event, he would guarantee
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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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Brant was honoured by the visit of Ontario Lt. Governor Dowdeswell to a roundtable discussion, invited  by Mayor Bailey, with community members he has shared volunteerism and whom have been instrumental in acting as local ambassadors for the region. Photo Courtesy Melissa Connor, Supervisor of Communications, County of Brant Appropriately, the ‘Story-Teller-in-Chief’ Honourable Elizabeth Dowdeswell,
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Participating in the ceremonial shovel dig are left to right: Neil Aitcheson, Senior Manager Melloul- Blamey Construction; OPP County of Brant Detachment Commander Lisa Anderson; Brant County Councillor and Chair of the Police Services Board Joan Gatward; Brant County Mayor David Bailey; Milan Novakovic on behalf of MPP Will Bouma; and OPP Acting Chief Superintendent
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