“Synergy Mouldworks” | Brant: COVID CRUSADERS!

As the world now realizes, the pandemic is a scourge on the entire front-line healthcare industry: risk and transmission are STILL in daily crisis; the supply for protective gear is diluted; and the demand is exaggerating as previous product is degrading. Synergy Mouldworks in Cainsville has been instrumental in Canada’s fight to protect those whom
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Happy Mother’s Day, ladies of Brantford!   Just before 2:00 pm Sunday, The Canadian Forces Snowbird Aerobatic Team flew proud and in perfect formation over one of their favourite Canadian cities.  For more than a decade, the team have been our guests the Wednesday before Labour Day raising several 100,000 dollars on behalf of the
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Jason Schwandt, a young entrepreneur, married, with twin boys, decided to invest in Brant recently. He bought a successful Cainsville business, Brooks Signs, already established across Canada for their high-quality work and professionalism… and then COVID-19 changed his plans. The world virtually shut down leaving many businesses dark and employees without income   Except that
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Lansdowne’s infection control and disease prevention protocols mean that, “Through abundant precaution against COVID-19 spread, we have made the decision to suspend all face-to-face services with clients”. “All of our sites will be closed to clients, families and the public as of today, March 15 until at least April 6, 2020.” Daily, and year-round, Lansdowne
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County of Brant, ON – Beautiful Barker’s Bush is in the hands of the County of Brant! And… as if that wasn’t great enough, the County gained an additional 40 acres to develop a destination park.  Losani Homes, a home builder with projects in Paris since 2001, owned Barker’s Bush which is approximately 100 acres of
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OMG! “The food bank let me know that XXXX lbs was collected by our team!!” (Ed. Note: The surprise number is at the end of the story! This story is told by another 4Brant Citizen Journalist, Kelly Fullerton, and she is the team Manager for the Brantford Ice Cats Bantam Rep B Girls Hockey team.)
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In the late 1800’s Brantford-Brant was a burgeoning community as a centre for Canadian industrialism and growth. The majestic hotels welcoming the wealthy of the time included: Hotel Kirby 1852; Bodega Hotel 1850s; Brant Hotel 1858; and The Arlington in Paris 1850. By the 1960’s all were lost to fire except the Arlington, pictured above
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With the decline of traditional newspaper availability and unaccountable or ill-informed social media in small markets, how can we assure a local perspective, a local voice and local stories getting the attention they deserve? Laurier University – Brantford Campus, invites you to a FREE PUBLIC  seminar to address this issue. What: Public Lecture, “Getting the
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Investigators from the Brantford Police Service are seeking assistance from the public in locating a missing female. 40 year old Chrystal THOMPSON, has been reported missing to the Brantford Police Service. Chrystal THOMPSON is described as female, 5’6”, 141 pounds, brown hair, hazel eyes. She was last seen wearing black heeled shoes, a purple coloured
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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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