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Open And Closed Thanksgiving Monday, October 11th 2020

It is the Thanksgiving long weekend and even though for many people their traditional thanksgiving dinners have had to be cancelled, that doesn’t mean the focus on family has been removed from the weekend. It’s still a long weekend where

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GRCA Reminds Farmers Of Cover Crop Incentive

Attention Farmers! The Grand River Conservation Authority is offering area farmers incentives for Cover Crops under the Rural Water Quality Program. The program offers a per acre incentive to applicants in Waterloo Region, Wellington, Brant, Haldimand, and Dufferin counties. The

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Heat Warning In Effect Mon, Aug 10th 2020

Once again this summer Environment Canada has had to issue a heat warning for parts of Southern Ontario as temperatures are expected to reach around 30-32 Monday, with a Humidex up toward 41, with not much relief overnight with a

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Back To School Decision Made But Details Still To Come.

The Ontario Government has announced it’s plan that all publicly funded schools in the province will reopen this fall for a full-time return of students to the classroom. There will be enhanced cleaning and health and safety protocols. Parents will

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Telephone Scams Still A Concern In Telephone City

Telephone scams continue to be a concern for local police services. In a release about current scams they are aware of, Brantford police said they received 146 reports of fraud in the first six months of this year, on par

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Mandatory Mask Bylaw Voted For In Brantford And Brant County

The City of Brantford and Brant County have both voted in favour of a mandatory face covering bylaw at special council meetings Tuesday night. Brantford City Council voted unanimously in-favour of the bylaw, which will make face coverings mandatory in

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County Of Brant Splash Pads To Reopen, Reservations Required.

Residents of the County of Brant who are looking to stay cool this week with the Splash Pads that are set to reopen on Wednesday, July 8th, 2020, are being asked to make a reservation using either the app, or

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Heat Warning Remains In Effect Fri, July 3rd 2020

Environment Canada issued a Heat Warning on Thursday, which remains in effect and is expected to through the weekend and early next week as a prolonged period of heat is upon us. The Warning reads: A prolonged period of hot

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Heat Warning In Effect Thurs, July 2nd 2020

Environment Canada issued a Heat Warning on Thursday morning to remain in effect through the weekend as a prolonged period of heat is expected. This heat could even last into the beginning of next week. The Warning reads: A prolonged

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BHNCDSB Short Term Survey

The Brant Haldimand Norfolk Catholic District School Board (BHNCDSB), like all school boards, has been asked by the Ministry of Education to plan three scenarios to be implemented in September, depending on the public health situation at the time. Those

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