Mountie testifies he was shot several times trying to protect another...
Contingent from Paris club includes first-time runner
Reese Witherspoon has admitted she finds it hard to relax and has a...
Anyone else tired of the endless posturing surrounding Brantford and the...
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PC Museum brings TOPO back to life
Brantford’s PC Museum is excited to introduce TOPO the robot to the community on Saturday.
First built in 1984, TOPO was the height of...
Tammy Hay and her late mother, Sheila Dinsmore.
Tammy Hay wasn’t sure she would be eligible for transportation services provided by the Canadian Cancer Society when she was receiving...
Shelly Prendergast watches her shot head toward a chair at the Habitat for Humanity ReStore
Golfers got to tee off a bit early in the first “tournament” of the year.
The Putt 4 Me annual golf challenge is put on by Participation...
The Runner’s Den in Paris is sending a large group to the annual Boston Marathon, scheduled for this coming Monday. In the back row, from left, are John Anderson, Gus Rungis, Roger Enns, Jeff Churchward, Jody Faught and Ray Emoff. In the front row, from left, are Ed and Jane Curtis, Tina Perilli, Cheryl Agla, Aimee Anger, Debbie Jones, Kait Toohey and April Churchward.
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 after the city...
Crossing All Bridges executive director Debbie Brown, left, client Mario Eudemoni and Crossing All Bridges supervisor of social enterprise Michelle Drake stand in front of the organization’s new Charing Cross Street location.
Crossing All Bridges has put some distance between it and the river.
The not-for-profit charity dedicated to helping adults with...
Plant roots in the community
The City of Brantford received a grant to support its New Forest in the City project.
The initiative is to restore more than 65 acres of...
Kevin Brandt, left, was selected as the Brantford-Brant candidate for the Green Party in the upcoming federal election at a meeting on Wednesday night. Nora Fueten, right, was the past candidate for the local Greens.
Kevin Brandt earns nomination for federal election
Durham school board preparing for potential teacher strike
Leak in municipal water supply triggers state of emergency in Brighton
Federal budget to bolster security, anti-terrorism programs, sources say
NewsAlert:Four members of Royal Navy face sexual assault charges in Canada
Ottawa on track to balance books one year ahead of schedule: budget watchdog
Next week's federal budget expected to court support from older Canadians
Aid-Harmony: Canadian government working on a matchmaking site for foreign aid
Lower gasoline prices hold back inflation for March as CPI rises 1.2 per cent
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Night Fever A Tribute to the...
If weight loss were as simple as reducing calories and running on the treadmill we would all be...
The Love Shop has over 25 locations throughout Southern Ontario. They have everything you need to...
When folks in Brantford are looking for a classic, tasty meal with hearty portions amidst a pleasant...
If you’re like many women, you’ve been planning your dream wedding your whole life.
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