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Brandon Montour to bring Stanley Cup to Six Nations

Burford and Six Nations residents supported their...

Rob Davis reflects as sun sets on career with BPS

As Rob Davis’ tenure with Brantford Police...

BPS Officer awarded Ontario Medal for Police Bravery

Brantford Police Service Constable Trevor Taylor received...

Education

GEDSB staff members recognized with annual award

Julie Chaplin, a French language educator, and Philip Kuckyt, Manager of Transportation Services for Grand Erie District School Board, are this year's recipients of the Patti McCleister Memorial Award, recognizing...

Provincial government to build new school in Brantford

The Provincial government provided the Grand Erie District School Board with approval to issue...

High school students learn about opportunities in STEAM

Eight-hundred high school students from Brantford, County of Brant and Six Nations of the...

Local school boards to host Vision of the Future 2024 conference

Local high school students will get an up-close and hands-on look at  possible learning...

Grand Erie District School Board reaches final labour agreement

Grand Erie District School Board (GEDSB) announced that it reached an agreement with the Elementary...

Catholic School Board celebrates groundbreaking of new school

The Brant Haldimand Norfolk Catholic District School Board (BHNCDSB) had its official groundbreaking ceremony for St. Padre Pio Catholic Secondary School. Joining the Trustees...

Province of Ontario preparing students for success

The Ontario government is providing new student supports and updating curriculum for the 2023-24 school year. These actions will refocus school boards on the...

Elementary school students discover the world of trades

Over 1,600 Grade seven and eight students from the Brantford area attended the Epic Jobs 2023 job fair at the Wayne Gretzky Sports Centre...

Province reaches tentative agreement with education workers

Students will be heading back to school on Monday as a tentative deal has been reached and a strike has been averted. The province and...

Province introduces legislation to keep students in class

The Ontario government today introduced the Keeping Students in Class Act that would, if passed, ensure students remain in the classroom where they belong...

Grand Erie School Board hosts inaugural Learning Summit

Grand Erie District School Board hosted its first Learning Summit, offering a unique, interactive format to present the progress highlighted in its Annual Learning...

Brantford school renamed after Edith Monture

Edith Monture elementary school, previously known as Ryerson Heights, was renamed to honour Indigenous woman, Edith Monture, on Wednesday, September 28, 2022. Over 200 guests...

Brantford student wins multiple awards for science project

Gurnirmal Kaur, a Grade 12 student at North Park Collegiate and Vocational School, received multiple honours at the local and national level this spring...

Ryerson Heights Elementary School to be renamed Edith Monture Elementary School

Ryerson Heights Elementary School is set to become Edith Monture Elementary School, honouring the Ohsweken-born World War I veteran who was the first Indigenous...

Brantford student protest sparks action

Students at Grand Erie Learning Alternatives (GELA) were told that action had been taken following their protest on sex assault and board policies on...

Brantford-Brant to recognize first regional PD Day

The City of Brantford and County of Brant will be joining municipalities across southwestern Ontario to recognize Monday, May 9, 2022, as the first...

Ontario Building New School in Brantford

The Ontario government is investing $45.7 million in the Brant Haldimand Norfolk Catholic District School Board for a new Brantford Catholic Secondary School, helping...

Wilfrid Laurier University Expanding Bachelor of Education program to Brantford Campus           

The Ontario government is providing students with more opportunity to study to become teachers at the Wilfrid Laurier University’s Brantford campus. To help learners...

James Hillier students first to take part in NextGen electron microscopy program

Grade eight students at James Hillier Public School were the first in Ontario to take part in a STEM learning program with the Canadian...

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