The sacred land of Market Square

In 2014 the settlement on the purchase of Market Square was approved and forwarded to Laurier Brantford for $5.8 million dollars. To this day, no renovations have occurred and the space still stands as it did b...

Attention: You may be a rapist

"Yes means yes" is the new "no means no". Photo by Marissa White Rape automatically brings up images of violence and alleyways in our minds but in reality, sex without consent happens all of the time: upsta...

Callous or complimentary

‘I'd like to ride you like you ride that bike,’ a teenage male said to Sarah Rodrigues, 27, as she rode her bicycle down a path one day. Despite being nervous about being alone, Rodrigues “stopped, tur...
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Brantford: The rebirth of a community

A growing university and a revitalized downtown core have worked to create a sense of community that Brantford hasn’t seen in almost 20 years. The economic recession in the early 1990’s and the loss of the ...

More jobs coming to Brantford

New jobs are coming to Brantford. By Nathanael Lewis. A protein sports supplement factory will bring more jobs to the Brantford area in the near future. NutraBlend Foods is amongst the four newest compan...
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Ford Cracks

November 13th 2013 – Mayor Rob Ford admitted to buying illegal drugs while he was in the position of mayor. The Toronto City Council then voted 37-5, asking Rob Ford to step down as mayor and deal with his p...