Community preparing for Remembrance Day

Remembrance Day is just around the corner, and community members hope to see more student consciousness this year.Local history oriented non-profit groups have put together a number of initiatives to make t...
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Gryphons spoil Brantford’s homecoming

A packed Arnold Anderson Stadium wasn’t enough to propel the Laurier Golden Hawks baseball team over Guelph this past weekend as the Gryphons stole both games in a doubleheader.A part of Laurier Brantford...
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Get to know your Brant MPP candidates

Dave Levac - Liberal The incumbent MPP for Brant has held his position since 1999. A major part of the Liberal platform for education is a 30 per cent reduction in tuition. The Ontario Liberal Party has already...
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City acquires Club NV’s lease

The City of Brantford has arranged to purchase the largest property in downtown Brantford. The purchase includes Market Square, the downtown mall which currently houses Williams, and a large number of city ser...
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Prang’s opening for business

One of the things that many university students have in common is a love of coffee. That wonderful drink that fuels so many through late night work and study sessions and those marathon prep sessions that alway...
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Brantford looks to update transit system

Brantford city council has recently agreed to a proposal to create a new downtown transit terminal.The project is in its earliest stages as the city still has to proceed with examining several possible sites...
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The gym of the future

With the steady expansion of the Laurier Brantford campus comes the problem of a campus population outgrowing its infrastructure.Whether it is the amount of residences, classrooms or student spaces, Laurier ...
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A break from your studies

The start of the school year has begun and it seems as if classes are already dragging along. Luckily, with the start of classes comes another fall season of intramural sports beginning at Laurier Brantford....
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Campus updates

Many positive changes have gone on at Laurier Brantford during the summer months. Students will be pleasantly surprised to see that the Research and Academic Centre East has been completed, however many other c...
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Hidden treasures of Brantford

Before the school work begins to pile up to your ceiling and the weather is too frigid to wander around the city, you may want to spend your weekends visiting some impressive but perhaps lesser-known locations ...
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Red Sox celebrate 100 years

While baseball may be America’s pastime, its history in the city of Brantford is a strong one. And perhaps no name is more synonymous with Brantford ball than that of the team’s semi-pro team, the Red Sox. ...
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How to think and talk about Brantford

(The following is a sarcasm-laden satirical piece inspired by Binyawanga Wainaina’s “How to Write about Africa,” published in Granta 92)When you picture Brantford, confine your imagination to the immedi...
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City flies pride flag

Brantford broadened its diversity as Mayor Chris Friel raised a rainbow flag at city hall on Thursday, June 16, 2011. The event stemmed from an email sent to the Mayor from the Brantford Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual,...
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Top 5 comfort foods

No matter how much talking students do of their need to eat healthy throughout the school year, the fact of the matter is that every student indulges once in a while. Be it after a messy night on the town, an e...