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Editorial | Sep 24, 2015
Dustin Wakeford

EDITORIAL: Satirical candidate, serious message

Independent candidates don’t often get a lot of attention during federal election campaigns, but this week we’d like to turn...

Brant News | by John Zronik
Editorial | Aug 14, 2015

EDITORIAL: Boundaries and Brant’s future

The Chamber of Commerce Brantford-Brant is right to be “gravely concerned” about the economic future of the City of Brantford...

Brant News | by John Zronik
Editorial | Jul 16, 2015

Pan Am pride starting to show

Brantford’s pride in community and country was on full display when the Pan American Games torch relay passed through the...

Brant News
Editorial | Jun 10, 2015

EDITORIAL: WTFest set to make its mark

WTFest are you up to this weekend, Brantford? If you’ve yet to make plans, allow us to offer a suggestion. How about heading...

Brant News | by John Zronik
Editorial | Apr 17, 2015

EDITORIAL: City should take ‘half a load’

Anyone else tired of the endless posturing surrounding Brantford and the County of Brant’s boundary negotiations? One week...

Brant News | by Sean Allen
Pan Am Games | Mar 26, 2015

Fan experience must be excellent for Pan Am Games in Ajax

The Town needs to pull out all the stops to make the fan experience at the Pan Am Games a superior one. It starts by...

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Feb 06, 2015

EDITORIAL: Focus on legacy of Pan Am Games

How can Toronto optimize the legacy of the upcoming Pan Am Games? What opportunities are there to create lasting change...

Scarborough Mirror | Add Comment
Feb 05, 2015

EDITORIAL: The Pan Am Path could be Toronto’s best souvenir from the Games

Help build the Pan Am Path and create a living legacy for the city of Toronto. The 84-kilometre trail promises to...

Beach Mirror | Add Comment
Jan 29, 2015

The great urban chicken debate

We expected more from politicians who lead a municipality with such a rich agricultural tradition, but much to our...

Brant News | Add Comment | by John Zronik
Jan 01, 2015

Looking back at 2014 in Brant

A lot happened in 2014. Seriously. Each year, we publish a Year In Review section in Brant News as part of our New Year’s...

Brant News | Add Comment | by Sean Allen
Dec 24, 2014

A Brant-styled Christmas classic

‘Twas the night before Christmas, and all throughout Brant, Not a story was stirring, photo ops were scant; The year’s...

Brant News | Add Comment
Nov 21, 2014

Keep road safety in mind this winter

It certainly started to look a lot like Christmas out there this week with the first significant snowfall of the winter...

Brant News | Add Comment | by John Zronik
Nov 06, 2014

Improving our local democracy

Canadian soldiers fight and die in the name of democracy. The majority of us can’t seem bothered to participate in the system...

Brant News | Add Comment | by John Zronik
Oct 17, 2014

EDITORIAL: Five years serving the community

Not long ago in a city we all know, a small but dedicated group of individuals came together to found a newspaper that truly...

Brant News | Add Comment
Oct 01, 2014

EDITORIAL: D is for disappointing

We want to preface this discussion by pointing out that a national report put together through raw numbers and statistics...

Brant News | Add Comment | by Sean Allen
Sep 25, 2014

Debates underway in city campaign

Let the debates begin. While some candidates came into the race more than nine months ago, the municipal campaign began in...

Brant News | Add Comment | by Sean Allen

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