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Posted On Wednesday, November 28, 2018

bigstock-Community-Concept-With-People--258633772The County of Brant invites the Business Community to provide input about what needs exist in Cainsville that will help shape a new proposed Community Centre.
“A Feasibility and Space Needs Study for the Cainsville Community Centre is underway,” said Kathy Ballantyne, Director of Parks and Facilities for the County of Brant. “We would like to know what kinds of activities are important to the community. For example, are seniors activities or youth activities...

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Posted On Friday, September 28, 2018

winners Salute to Brant Celebrates Local Businesses
The County of Brant hosted the 17th annual Salute to Brant Business event on Thursday, September 27, 2018. Over 250 local business owners and employees came together to network, celebrate success and enjoy an evening of festivities.
“We thank all the local business owners for choosing Brant. You bring innovation, diversity and job opportunities to the Brant community. We are honoured to celebrate successes with you...

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Posted On Tuesday, September 25, 2018

bigstock-Innovation-Concept--A-Concept-255178633Did you know County of Brant residents are invited to attend and participate in the Brantford Pitch Competition?!
Join Laurier at the Brantford Pitch on October 3, 2018 at 4:30 pm in the Community Innovation Hub to watch innovators pitch their ideas! You'll meet change makers, entrepreneurs, and investors all in one place.
If you would like to pitch, please register in advance and join on September 27, 2018 at 5:30 pm at the Pitch Training Workshop to learn how to craft...

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Posted On Friday, August 17, 2018

nature The County of Brant is set to gain approximately 140 acres for new parks and trails through a land swap with Losani Homes.
Losani Homes currently owns approximately 100 acres of land locally referred to as Barker’s Bush. Barker’s Bush is a wooded area on the west side of the Nith Peninsula, in Paris, bordering the Nith River. It contains unique natural habitat and woodland. Losani Homes is also the owner of approximately 40 acres locally known as the former Gurney...

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Posted On Friday, August 17, 2018

seniors The County of Brant celebrates that it is now recognized as an Age-Friendly Community by the World Health Organization.
“The fastest growing demographic in Canada are people over 55 years. An Age-Friendly Community addresses accessibility, affordability and safety,” said Lesley Head, Director of Community Relations for the County of Brant. “We are thrilled to make the County a welcoming and inclusive place for all to live, visit and explore.”
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