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Our Kitchen Brantford

  Opening up a new business in the food industry comes with many challenges. Some kitchens may allow you to rent & use their facilities but don’t provide storage or other essential services that would allow you to grow your

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Smokey Hollow Estates

  When looking to downsize from your current home there’s a lot of options to consider. Many would look at retirement homes or condo’s however there is a 3rd option that isn’t always well understood. Adult lifestyle communities are often

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Christmas Tree Pick-Up And Alternatives

Christmas Tree Collection weeks are coming up with dates ranging from currently under way to as far off as January 18, 2019. There will be a quick breakdown of the dates for different regions below, but first here are some

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Severe Thunderstorm Watch Issued

Environment Canada has issued a Severe Thunderstorm Watch for parts of Southern Ontario including Brantford, Brant County, Hamilton, St. Catharines, and the Niagara Region.   The statement reads as follows:   Conditions are favourable for the development of severe thunderstorms

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Drivers Are Not Stopping For School Buses

School buses transport kids around every day for school bringing thousands of students to and from their day’s education; but it seems like it’s the drivers who need to learn an important lesson – Stop for Buses whose lights are

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Sensitive Santa Is Coming To Town

Every child deserves to experience the whole of the Holiday season even if they cannot experience all the lights, sounds, and sensations without suffering. That is why Sensitive Santa is touring around the Golden Horseshoe with many chances for a

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Remembrance Day November 11 2018

On this Remembrance Day there are parades and services happening all over, this is going to lead to some road closures this morning, for details of where you can join in paying your respects wherever you may be continue reading.

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Kevin Davis For Mayor- Campaign Goals

  To reach its potential, Brantford needs a mayor who will listen, work collaboratively and lead a united city government where the only goal is making Brantford the best it can be- Kevin Davis On October 22nd citizens of Brantford

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Fire Prevention Week Oct 7 to 13

Today marks the official start of Fire Prevention Week, with the theme for the week being “Look. Listen. Learn. Be aware – fire can happen anywhere.” Fire Departments are encouraging Ontarians to Look for potential fire hazards in the home,

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Open And Closed On Thanksgiving

As on all long weekends there are certain locations that will be closed on Sunday, Oct 7th, and Monday, Oct 8th, for Thanksgiving. Locations you can expect to be closed nearly everywhere include: City offices All city/regional administrative offices will

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Kevin Davis for Mayor

  To reach its potential, Brantford needs a mayor who will listen, work collaboratively and lead a united city government where the only goal is making Brantford the best it can be- Kevin Davis On October 22nd citizens of Brantford

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Rainfall Warning Issued By Environment Canada

A Rainfall Warning has been issued by Environment Canada which is warning of heavy rainfall for the Niagara region through to the Elgin region along the border. Head further North and it changes to a Special Weather Statement; details below.

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What’s Open And Closed Labour Day

The following locations will in general be closed on Labour Day Monday with very few exceptions:   All City Hall or Municipal Offices will be closed on Monday.   Public Libraries will be closed on Monday.   LCBO locations will

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Heat Warning For August 27 To 29

With the forecast calling for some high temperatures in the 30’s humidity pushing that into the 40’s, with no real break overnight, Environment Canada has issued a heat warning for almost all of South Western Ontario.   From Environment Canada:

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Open And Closed Civic Holiday Weekend

It is a Holiday long weekend and that means there are going to be some closures this weekend that could impact what you do. With that in mind here is a brief summary of what is open and closed this

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