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Port Dover’s First Friday The 13th Of The Decade

It’s a tradition that has been gathering motorcycle enthusiasts since 1981, and the first of the decade will happen Today. It’s Friday the 13th and that means the bikes are going to descend on Port Dover. Organizers of the event

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World’s Big Sleep Out To Help Homeless This Saturday Dec. 7th

It’s come into the cold winter months and we’ve already experienced a terrible ice storm. Hopefully you spent it safe and warm in your home; but what if you didn’t have a home to spend such storms in? For one

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Cambridge Girls Get To Dream It, Be It, On Saturday Nov 16th

Far too many girls face barriers on the pathway to achieving their dreams. Obstacles such as poverty, teen dating violence, and teen pregnancy can get in the way of a girl’s ability to make her dreams a reality. An upcoming event in

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“Upcycled” Free Community Dinner In Guelph On Sunday

It’s Food Waste Friday of the Waste Reduction Week in Canada and it seems like a good time to point out an event coming to Guelph that is aimed at helping families reduce their food waste by showing them what

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Fun Family Time At Hanes Corn Maze

This is the 20th year for the Hanes Corn Maze! A human size puzzle, carved into 20 acres of 12′ tall walls of cornstalks where you can spend hours trying to find check points, solve the puzzle and spin the wheel

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World’s Big Sleep Out To Help Homeless In December

For one night, in backyards, hometowns and iconic locations across the globe, people will sleep out in unison to create the world’s largest display of solidarity with and support of those experiencing homelessness and displacement. It is an event which

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Brantford International Villages Opens Tonight

It’s the first day of the Brantford International Villages Festival tonight. The first of four days filled with food, fun, and friends. This year there are 17 total villages to go and explore the various cultures. From food to fashion

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South America Getting A Total Solar Eclipse July 2nd 2019

Today, Tuesday, July 2nd, there will be a special kind of event coming to South America. It only happens about twice a year and Today, in certain parts of Chile and Argentina, people will find a total solar eclipse lasting

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Significant Weather Event Declared By County Wednesday February 6 2019

The County of Brant has declared a Significant Weather Event due to the expected/occurring winter ice storm. Municipalities now have the ability to declare a “Significant Weather Event” which is defined as “an approaching or occurring weather hazard with the

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Sports Council Accepting Nominations For Annual Sports Awards

The Brantford Sports Council is seeking nominations to recognize the outstanding achievements of local athletes, coaches, volunteers, teams, officials and sponsors who are actively involved in and support minor sports in our community. The awards will be presented at the 14th annual Brantford

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