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Lessons in food gardening: in Britain, cities feed cities

Mark Cullen

Mark Cullen looks at tips from U.K. for growing hyper-local food

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Columns | Jul 17, 2014

A personal plea: please prohibit parallel parking

Gary Chalk, a retired baby boomer, is enjoying life after work. Rather than watch his investments, he muses about what he...

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Columns | Jun 30, 2014

Speed the name of game to take in all of villages’ culture

The 41st annual Brantford International Villages Festival, which opens on Wednesday night and continues until Saturday, is...

Brant News | by Sean Allen
Opinion | Jun 24, 2014

Marking the Feast of Corpus Christi

Beautifully pregnant and due in two weeks, Ella was still determined to walk the entire procession. Her daughter Victoria...

Brant News | by Zig Misiak
Sports | Jun 12, 2014

Honouring a Paris referee

On Friday, June 6, Kevin and I made our way to the Hockey Hall of Fame in Toronto to be a part of the Ontario Hockey...

Brant News | by Lory Morton
Editorial | Jun 12, 2014

Saying goodnight to a sleepy election

Decades from now, the 2014 provincial election may well be remembered by academics as one of the most important in Ontario’s...

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Opinion | Jun 09, 2014

Up, up and extinct

Pinch of global helium shortage beginning to be felt locally

Brant News | by Jon Hiltz
Local | Jun 06, 2014

Pedophile up for release, after parole violations

Parole documents show why pedophile James Cooper had his statutory release revoked.

Hamilton Spectator | by Susan Clairmont
Opinion | Jun 04, 2014

The important role of school board trustees

On Oct. 27, voters across Ontario will be able to cast their ballots to choose their municipal councillors, mayor and local...

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