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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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Brantford Cancels Park Summer Programming And Day Camps.

Due to the risk associated with large gatherings of people who would be spending long periods of time together the City of Brantford Parks and Recreation Department has made the difficult decision to cancel Harmony Square and neighbourhood parks summer

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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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School Reopening Information June 22nd 2020

The uncertainty of the COVID-19 situation has resulted in an open ended plan being announced by Ontario Premier Doug Ford and Minister of Education Stephen Lecce when it comes to the reopening of schools in the fall. The current plan

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City Recognizes Hometown Champion Chef.

Saturday, Brantford Mayor Kevin Davis was joined by Brantford-Brant MPP Will Bouma, outdoors at Brantford City Hall, to recognize and celebrate the recent achievement of 12-year old Brantford student, Audrey MacKinnon, who won the top prize on the Food Network

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Places Of Worship Can Open This Weekend

In Ontario all places of worship are permitted to resume services Friday as part of Stage 2 of the province’s reopening plan during the COVID-19 pandemic. They are required to limit the number of people to 30 per cent capacity,

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Virtual Job Fair June 15th To 18th

A virtual job fair will be held next week as a creative way to help employers connect with job seekers during the COVID-19 pandemic. The job fair, taking place June 15 – 18 via the Zoom online meeting platform, will

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ONEchurch Brantford Food Drive June 13th

The ONEchurch annual food drive is entering it’s second year at a very challenging and desperate time. Since the COVID-19 Pandemic hit Food Bank use has sky-rocketed and donations were down just when it started. That is a bad combination

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Occupancy Of New Brantford Affordable Housing Development Begins Monday, June 1st.

Yesterday, the City is pleased to announce that occupancy of the new supportive housing development on Marlene Ave, featuring 30 new housing units will begin June 1, 2020. The studio apartments will house 30 of the city’s most vulnerable citizens.

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