Brantford, Ont. – Toys Alive is the theme for the 38th Santa Claus parade that will take place on Saturday, November 24 at 6 P.M. There will be many extravagant floats that have opportunities to win different awards. The parade will run down Dalhousie Street ending at Harmony Square. After the parade, everyone is invited to visit Harmony Square to meet Santa Claus.

Last years’ parade followed the same time and route. The evening was cool but nice, with many in attendance. This year is expected to be equally nice with another great turnout.

A long term resident of Brantford, Adam McMillan said, “As a child I can remember my parents taking me to the parade every year, it is now fun to go with my kids and see how much fun they have collecting the candy and seeing Santa.”

Laurier has entered a float for the past few years. This year there are rumors it will be ‘awesome’ and  even better than last years.

JCI, formerly the Brantford Jaycees, take on the task of putting the parade on each year. They are a national organization and have been in Brantford for over sixty years. They ‘allow individuals to learn and grow through community orientated projects.’ Many people join the JCI as an opportunity to support future entrepreneurs and business people.

Jordan Johnston

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Hello, my name is Jordan and I am from Brighton, Ontario a small town not many know about. I currently attend Laurier in my 3rd year for Criminology and work as the local news editor for the Sputnik. I have a passion for writing and do enjoy it as a way to clear my mind. I am a very open minded and ambitious person who takes time to enjoy the little things in life. My team of writers and I do our best to bring you the most informative and relatable news stories happening locally.My favourite quote and something I live my life by is…”it is better to live and learn than to never have lived at all.”