Brant, Send us your Centurians to support Terry Fox run!

Vera Armstrong now lives in Bobcaygeon but her eldest daughter, Janet Bradford  (from Brantford) and her family, are rooting for another year of Vera’s advocacy on behalf of the Terry Fox  campaign. Vera is 102.   She personally raised $1200 last year and did it, trundling along with her walker, down the street like everyone
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Busy times of back to class for all ages means staying ahead of the day to day with lunch planning.  Don’t find yourself stuck in the middle of a busy day with no fuel for  “what’s next” on your calendar.   Whether a busy 9 – 5, on the road or off to school, this concept of
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It’s not often a delightful young lady becomes a super fan of the Canadian holder of a Heavyweight Wrestling Champion Belt, Cody Deaner. At eight years of age, Reagan, a.k.a. more affectionately known as Rags, says, “He is my friend and he is very, very, very fun!” Rags catches the Renegade off guard…oh, that was
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Is standardized testing effective in Ontario? Let’s examine this. The entire process for requiring testing in grades 3, 6, 9 and 10, in the areas of math and literacy, was legislated in Ontario in 1995.  The premise was valid insofar as there were so many differing outcomes in schools across the province, in these areas
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August 28, 2018 Location: Clarence Street Incident: On Sunday August 26, 2018 just after 1:30 p.m. Brantford Police Service received a 9-1-1 call reporting the theft of a motor vehicle. The victim had attended to a business on Clarence Street and left the vehicle running while he ran inside. When the victim returned his vehicle
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Impaired Driving Location: Darling Street On Sunday August 26, 2018 just before 8:30 p.m. Brantford Police Service received a 9-1-1 call about a motor vehicle collision in a parking lot of a complex on Darling Street. An unknown male had been driving a pickup truck at a high rate of speed before losing control and
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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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Its been a few years since the Brantford Arts Block had a physical location, but Gerry Lafleur, who was an integral part of the group, has been instrumental in keeping the spirit alive online and in real life – by organizing A Day on the Grand Festival, September 8, 3 – 11pm at Brants Crossing
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Event photographs courtesy of Luvern Mornin, ‘Back of the Room Photography’ Tyler Stemmler didn’t want to send everyone home. Despite the pretty steady rain on Saturday the 25th, Stemmler decided to stick it out at Brant Crossings Skatepark in Brantford and let it ride for his charity event Skate 4 The Brain. And lo and
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The minor sports community saw the ribbon cutting for a new home for many of Brant sports organizations. It is with thanks to Access Storage, a storage company with 162 locations across across Canada, who had decided to expand their community connection by adding their first Sports Complex in Brantford. The official opening ceremony included:
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