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  • Blast one win away from Allan Cup invitation0

    BRANTFORD – The Brantford Blast stand one win away from the ACH Championship and a berth in the Alan Cup Championships after a 3-2 overtime win over the Whitby Dunlops, Saturday night, in Whitby.

  • Cockburn “Paces the Cage” at the Sanderson0

    BRANTFORD – The Sanderson Centre for the Performing Arts is located right across from Harmony Square, in downtown Brantford. Freedom House Church used both venues to present their fifth annual Frosty Fest Winter Carnival, which was well attended despite the cold weather. But then again, its called Frosty Fest for a reason. Saturday night, Bruce

  • Popular Fish and Chip store reopens2

    Proprietors, “Woody” Kocsis (left), and Art Bazoian have opened Phase #1 of their three phase plan to bring to quality fast food back to Eagle Place. Eagle Place Fish, Sub and Chips shop located at the former Big Top Sub Shop at the corner of Erie Ave and Walter Street, is now open, but in the spring, Big Top will reopen as Boz’s Ice Cream and Hotdogs. Later in the fall, “Woody’s Comfort Food Take Out” will open just around the corner. All three locations will be will be interconnected. (Photo by Jim Windle)

  • Blast and McCoys go for all the marbles Friday0

    BRANTFORD – It was a chance to fatten up individual statistics as well as try and regain first place in the Allan Cup Sr. AAA standings when the Brantford Blast went to Norwood, Sunday evening.

  • Native Land Cleansed from City Documents

    Native Land Cleansed from City Documents3

    Brantford’s voters, who may be browsing the City’s Ward maps, are served a map cleansed of Six Nations Indian Reserve No. 40 and Glebe Farm No. 40B. These Native lands – parts which are also known as the Eagles Nest Tract – have a Federally designated total area larger than Brantford’s downtown core and have recently been stricken from the 2014 City Ward 5 map.

  • Blast get blasted 10-2 by McCoys0

    BRANTFORD – The Brantford Blast never do anything small, even when they lose. Friday night, they were creamed by the visiting Dundas Real McCoys, 10-2 at the Brantford and District Civic Centre.