A Brantford man and a Brantford woman face more than 30 criminal charges related to a rash of break-ins to property and vehicles and car thefts in the Oakland and Scotland area of Brant County. Brant County OPP received several complaints about vehicles being entered and contents being stolen. Investigators determined that one person was responsible for the offences, police said. A 28-year-old Brantford man is charged with three-dozen offences.
The Brant County SPCA is proud to participate in the Million Cat Challenge and is already seeing the benefits. The shelter-based campaign to save the lives of one million North American cats over five years began in the U.S. as a joint project on Maddie’s Shelter Medicine Program at the University of Florida, the UC Davis Koret Shelter Medicine Program, Maddie’s Fund and the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. But it quickly spread across the U.S. and Canada.
Dixie was a well-named pooch as she moved excitedly around the lap of her owner, Teannah Hiscock, for her first picture with Santa. The four-month-old Labrador mix was about to embark on a new departure in Hiscock family heritage as she took her turn posing with Santa in the Brant County SPCA Pet Pics with Santa fundraising event at Antler Services Inc. on Roy Boulevard on Sunday.
A Brantford man and a Brantford woman face more than 30 criminal charges related to a rash of break-ins to property and vehicles and car thefts in the Oakland and Scotland area of Brant County.
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Selecting a term
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