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Brant OPP charge man for threats and forcible confinement

UPDATE: Brant OPP said on Monday, Sept. 26, 2016 that the charges laid in this case have been...

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Rotary Perch Fry

Get your fill of fish and help fundraise for children in the community. The third annual Rotary...

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Brant County Public Library is collecting memories

County of Brant is full of beautiful trails, river views, picturesque towns and much more. Many...

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Gearing up for the second annual Relay for Mental Health

The second annual Relay for Mental Health kicks off at 10 a.m. on Sunday, October 2 to raise...

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The St. George Pathfinders had an international exerpeince

The 1st St. George Pathfinders unit went to Switzerland in July to take part in the Swiss Challenge...

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Zzzbtfd

Zzzbtfd members Chris George, back left, and Sean Kane, help original bands like Brantford's Sweatshop Kids, from left, Johnny Hover, Jesse Turvey and Ryan Walsh, gain valuable exposure.

Staats Law

MPP Dave Levac (back left) Six Nations Chief Ava Hill and MP Phil McColeman visited Staats Law on Mohawk St. Friday evening to congratulate Brenna (front left), Howard and Mark Staats on the indigenous family being the first in Ontario known to the Law Society of Upper Canada to have three generations of lawyers and to commend Howard on 50 years of practicing law in the city.

Comedy festival winner

Toronto-born comedian Mike Rita is presented with his $10,000 cheque by Brantford Comedy Festival director Jamie Stephens.

Suicide prevention

Flora Ennis, co-chair of the Suicide Prevention Committee of Brant (left) Sarah Precious, the suicide prevention co-ordinator for Brant and Jane Angus raise a flag at city hall in Brantford on Wednesday at noon as part of the Meet me at the Pole event to commemorate Wold Suicide Prevention Day.

BRANTFORD FIRE VS. POLICE CHARITY GAME

Brantford firefighters and police officers pose with Ethan Golden at the charity slo-pitch game they played on Sunday, Sept. 18, 2016 to benefit juvenile arthritis research.

KIDNEY WALK

Brantford Kidney Wak ambassador Sheri King cuts a ribbon to start the 2016 walk in Harmony Square on Sunday.

AUTISM SPEAKS

Owen DeBruyn, the ambassador for the Autism Speaks Canada Community Walk in Brantford on Saturday, cuts a ribbon to start the event on the track at Lions Park.

News From Beyond Brantford-Brant

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Trade a challenge for central bankers: Poloz

Rise of global trade making life more difficult for central bankers, Poloz says

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Ontario

Cop, tow driver injured in collision

Cop, tow truck driver injured as car slams into collision scene on Highway 403

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Canada

High school coach stunned by Hicks's death

Hicks's high school coach stunned to hear of Stampeder player's death

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Canada

Leadership hopeful urges Tory aide to repay

Brad Trost urges former Harper aide Guy Giorno to repay moving expenses

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Canada

Two dead, pilot injured in Quebec plane crash

Two dead, pilot seriously injured in northern Quebec plane crash

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Business

Markets fall ahead of U.S. presidential debate

North American markets down but TSX gets some relief from resource stocks

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Events In Brantford-Brant

Second Career Information Series

Thu Dec 15 | 10:00 AM

Drop in Volleyball - Adults/Youths

Thu Dec 22 | 7:00 PM

Brantford Farmers Market

Fri Feb 2 | 9:00 AM

The BIG Night Out

Fri Sep 30 | 7:00 PM

Upcoming Events

Sat Oct 1 | 10:00 AM

Culture Days at Addie's

Sat Oct 1 | 10:00 AM

Laurier Community Open House

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