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Brantford Evacuation Order LIFTED

In partnership with the Grand River Conservation Area, the City can now confirm that the water levels have receded to an extent that the threat of ongoing flooding has dissipated. Therefore, effective immediately, the evacuation order has been lifted in

Posted in All Stories, News & Sports

Artist After 6: Barry Manilow

Artist After 6: Barry Manilow. He’s in the Lounge at 7. Click the link here to see his video for, “Mandy.” pic:BY MATT BECKER -free Video:Natosport 20/YouTube

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Burlington’s Own Winterlicious is Here

While almost everyone knows Winterlicious just wrapped up another year in Toronto, they should also be aware they don’t have to travel too far east to enjoy a special prix-fixe menu celebration. Taste of Burlington 2018 is scheduled to run

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Halo In Canada

It’s always a good day for ice cream – especially when the legendary Halo Top Creamery, one of America’s most raved about ice creams, is coming to freezer aisles across Canada in early March! This famous frozen treat is creamy

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Brantford Flood Update

As of 11:40am Thurs Feb 22 Brantford’s state of emergency is still in effect. At a news conference, Mayor Chris Friel described the situation as unpredictable and high risk. He added the ice jam area is nothing like he’s ever

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Lunchtime Trivia Thursday, February 22

Q: When it comes to employees over half of the bosses surveyed said that this was most annoying and distracting thing about them. What is it?

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Twins To Marry Twins In Twinsburg

True love squared.  This is the story of twin brothers Jeremy and Josh Salyers who recently proposed to twins Brianna and Brittany Deane.  They all met at a ‘twins’ festival in Ohio. According to this story in The Daily Record:

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Medal Number Three For Boutin

Canada’s Kim Boutin has won the silver medal in 1000-metre short track speed skating in Pyeongchang. This is Boutin’s third medal at these Olympic Winter Games, having won bronze in the 500-metre and 1500-metre events. Source: Sportsnet Photo: sportsnet.ca

Posted in All Stories

Remaining Closed today….

Early On Child and Family Centre at  Princess Elizabeth school will be closed today.   Early on Child and Family Centre is open today at Bellview School.

Posted in Cancellations, Whats Happening

Little Boy Gets His Dream Truck

A little Nova Scotia boy who every week waits wide-eyed for the local garbage truck to come, now has a truck of his own — just on a slightly smaller scale. Little Hiro turned three on Wednesday and his favourite

Posted in All Stories

Some Airlines Are Forcing Kids to Sit in Separate Sections

Traveling with small children is always an adventure, but when cruising altitudes rise above 39,000 feet it can easily become a loud and terrifying experience. Between screaming, fidgeting and eagle-eyeing random strangers, kids are enough to push some passengers to

Posted in All Stories, Ed McMahon

Brantford Flood Crisis

The flood crisis impacting the City of Brantford areas of Holmedale, Old West Brant and Eagle Place is still in effect. The situation remains unpredictable and high risk for the impacted areas. The Evacuation of these areas will remain until

Posted in All Stories, Ed McMahon

Wi-Fi to Be Installed on GO Trains and Buses

Wi-Fi to Be Installed on GO Trains and Buses Ontario’s Ministry of Transportation says Wi-Fi will be installed on GO trains that connect Toronto and Hamilton Area. Metrolinx will test the service in March on two GO trains and four

Posted in All Stories, Ed McMahon

Artist After 6: Kenny Rogers

Artist After 6: Kenny Rogers. He’s in the Lounge at 7. Click the link to see his video for, “The Gambler.” pic: free use    video:DiscoBar80/YouTube

Posted in All Stories, Annoucer Blogs, Kent Chambers Tagged with: ,

Expert Advisory – The Implications of Widespread Flooding

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 2018 With heavy rains and melting snow predicted for much of this week there have been numerous flood warnings issued and evacuation exercises undertaken in Brantford. This extreme weather could have potentially damaging implications for infrastructure, homes

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