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Brantford teen given conditional discharge for pleading guilty to assaulting parents

A 15-year-old found guilty of assaulting his parents for denying him money was granted a...

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Brant man sentenced to 30 days for impaired driving

Brant man to serve intermittent sentence for impaired driving

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Norfolk OPP investigating fatal Hwy. 24 collision

A 58-year-old Norfolk County man passed away at the scene of a collision on Highway 24 East on...

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The North Park athletics complex has been named

New name for North Park Athletics facility

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Brantford wants to bring the Canada Summer Games to the city in 2021

Waterloo Region has introduced the bid to host the games and need an aquatics facility large enough...

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Changes to transit coming in September

Changes to transit coming in September

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MPP PERSPECTIVE: First-time home buyers get a break

Buying a house is not an easy endeavour. It’s often the largest financial decision young...

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Brantford citizens’ police academy starts Mar. 29

​The Brantford Police Service is inviting members of the public to submit applications for the 2017...

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RRSP

It’s not a traditionally exciting topic, but it’s an important one. A little planning now will pay off big time later, writes Randy Cass.

CHAMBER FINALISTS

Chamber of Commerce Brantford Brant president Tony Araujo, front left, poses with 2017 business excellence awards finalists Nathan Lancaster of Lanca Constracting, Ryan Murphy of Wade Antenna, Sam Tavernese of ProQuip International, Judy Porter of Inspirational Hearts, back left, Lucas Duguid of Octopus Red, Brian Witteveen of Strodes BBQ & Deli, Jason Cybulski of Brant Mutual Insurance, Gerry Lavis of Hartmann North America and Jeffrey Zimmerman of Emerson Climate Technologies.

Scooter kid

Josh Summerhays, 14, was signed with Jobb Action Sports in December to compete in scooter competitions around the province.

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About 200 affected by illness at college

Toronto health officials say about 200 affected by illness at Humber College

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About 200 affected by illness at college

More than 30 people at Toronto college ill from suspected food poisoning

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Fog blankets much of southern Ontario

Southern Ontario under weather advisory due to thick fog

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As Trump takes office, Israel pushes ahead with settlements

As Trump takes office, Israel pushes ahead with settlements

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Dalai Lama hopes President Trump, Putin will work for peace

Dalai Lama hopes President Trump, Putin will work for peace

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Lotto 649 jackpot won by Quebec ticket

Quebec ticket claims Saturday night's $25 million Lotto 649 jackpot

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Big protests stir hope of left-wing comeback

Protests: America's punch-drunk left pulls itself off the canvas, stirs to life

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