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The City of Brantford is moving towards the gradual resumption of regular parking operations and enforcement. Free parking in lots 3 and 4 will end July 31.
Parking at the Market Centre Parkade will remain free until August 31, and parking regulations will be fully enforced across the city starting August 1.
Starting Monday, Brantford Transit will move to a 20 passenger maximum on all city buses, but passengers will have to wear face coverings.
Brant County residents will have to wear face coverings starting Monday July 20. County Council passed a Mandatory Face Covering By-law.
New Mandatory Face Covering By-laws take affect Friday in Brantford and Monday in Brant County.
As of Friday you will have to wear a face covering inside public spaces and on transit. Brantford City Council approved a Mandatory Face Covering By-law Tuesday.
The Ford government announced a redesigned funding model that will lead to the building of additional, modern long-term care homes.
WE Charity says it will restructure and cancel WE Day events amid an ongoing ethics investigation into Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.
Canadian and U.S. officials have agreed to keep the border between the two countries closed to non-essential travel until August 21.
Two Norfolk County residents have been charged with manslaughter and criminal negligence causing death as a result of a fentanyl overdose in May.
A 27 year old Brantford resident has been charged with assaulting the owners of a service dog who tried to protect the animal when her off-leash dog attacked it.
The Bank of Canada predicts economic activity will not return to pre-pandemic levels until 2022 and interest rates will remain low for at least two years.
The Canadian Federation of Independent Business is estimating a total of $117 Billion of new debt has been loaded onto small businesses as a result of COVID-19.
The Bank of Canada will keep its key interest rate at 0.25%. Low interest rates are meant to help households and business recover from the pandemic.
The Bank of Canada also expects the economy to contract by 7.8% this year.
The County of Brant has partnered with Habitat for Humanity Brant-Norfolk to offer a local family an opportunity to own their own home in the Oakhill community.
The months of drought plaguing southern Ontario means farmers could be soon be entering salvage mode.
Between 10 and 20 per cent of the corn crop is already irreversibly damaged after a stretch of hot and dry weather prevented pollination in the last week.
Cameras are set to roll in Cambridge as the film industry resumes under part of Ontario's reopening plan. Filming crews will be back well into the fall.
Police in Hamilton are warning people of the dangers of using recreational pool floats in large bodies of water.
A family of three adults got stranded on Lake Ontario Tuesday night on an inflatable flamingo and called for rescue at 2 AM.
Farmers in parts of Alberta say their crops are under water and are bracing for a devastating harvest. It has been so wet, many fields look more like lakes.
A 6 year old Wyoming boy is being hailed a hero after protecting his sister from a dog attack, He ended up needing 90 stitches to his face.
The Royal Family announced they’ve started selling homemade gin. Buckingham Palace gin is made from ingredients gathered at the palace gardens.