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  • Brantford Declares Significant Weather Event: closures, delays0

    In response to a freezing rain warning currently in effect in our area, the City has declared a Significant Weather Event that will impact programs, services and travel throughout the city today. The public should be aware that the condition of roads, bike lanes and sidewalks will continue to deteriorate to a poor condition due

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  • Toxic drug lab waste dumped in Brantford

    Toxic drug lab waste dumped in Brantford0

    BRANTFORD — Brantford Police are waring the public after they say three illegal dumps were found across the city, filled with by products of an illegal drug lab. Two locations were in the area of Spalding Ave and Golf Road. A third location was found near Edge Street. All three locations police say they found

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  • Risk of flooding elevated along Grand River

    Risk of flooding elevated along Grand River0

    BRANT COUNTY — Grand River Conservation Authority issued a flood warning for several areas in the Grand River tract Tuesday. Mild temperatures Monday and Tuesday “triggered a gradual melting of the snow pack resulting in runoff into local waterways,” said the GRCA in a statement. Elevated water combined with ice jams has left a risk

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  • Flyer advertising “Georgia Peach” dispensary leads to drug arrest0

    SIX NATIONS — A Facebook post advertising a new “Georgia Peach” cannabis dispensary on Six Nations caused community uproar and police investigation leading to drug charges for two men. On Thursday, January 31 a social media post was widely distributed among Six Nations community members, advertising that the recently shut down Hamilton cannabis dispensary “Georgia

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  • New logo for old New Credit

    New logo for old New Credit0

    MISSISSAUGAS OF THE CREDIT — The community formerly known as New Credit has launched a logo contest, open to band members, looking for a new logo. MCFN Governance Team says they are seeking someone with art or graphic design skills to submit a proposed design. According to the MCFN website only band members of the

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  • Chief Celebrates launch of International Year of Indigenous Languages

    Chief Celebrates launch of International Year of Indigenous Languages0

    TORONTO – Ontario Regional Chief RoseAnne Archibald acknowledged the official launch of the International Year of Indigenous Languages. The Chiefs of Ontario released a statement recognizing the UN’s declaration made official at the United Nations UNESCO on Monday. “This is a particularly pressing and important issue internationally and within Canada as Indigenous peoples, communities and

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