Emergency evacuations were called for nearly five thousand Brantford residents when various areas began to flood on Wednesday. Water levels of Grand River rose up to 6.9 metres, leading to the temporary closure of bridges and main roads.
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Christina Mulherin Canadian athletes won three more olympic medals on Tuesday – two of which made history. Curling athletes John Morris and Kaitlyn Lawes became the first ever winners of the mixed doubles event. They are also Canada’s first olympic double gold medalists in curling. Dream come true!! Thank you everyone for your kind
Rachel Dosant T.L. Kennedy public high school is expected to reopen on Wednesday following a fiery explosion two day earlier in Mississauga. In a tweet, the Peel District Board said the school will be open tomorrow with no access from Hurontario. It’s back to school on #Valentine’sDay for TL Kennedy students after building declared safe
Universities and colleges in need of a retrofit to become more energy-efficient may be in for a boost thanks to a new action plan by the Ontario government. Two Ontario cabinet ministers spoke in front of University of Guelph-Humber’ living wall Monday morning to announce a plan to improve sustainability of the province’s post-secondary institutions.
Molly MacTaggart Near Keele and Flamborough there’s an artistic endeavor underway . A giant mural featuring several celebrities from the world of media, sports and local politics is being painted inside the Monte Carlo Laundromat. Rob De Luca has owned the laundromat for ten years and has spent the last year unleashing nostalgia and neon