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Community Cultural Investment Program Now Open

Community Cultural Investment Program Now Open

The City of Brantford Economic Development and Tourism Department is now accepting applications for the 2017 Community Cultural Investment Program (CCIP).
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Hamilton Halton Brant Stakeholder Satisfaction Survey

Hamilton Halton Brant Stakeholder Satisfaction Survey

If you have worked with the Hamilton Halton Brant Regional Tourism Association, please take a moment to complete a brief online survey
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New free online training opportunity for tourism industry businesses

New free online training opportunity for tourism industry businesses

The Hamilton Halton Brant Regional Tourism Association (HHBRTA) has launched a new FREE online webinar series as part of their ongoing workforce development training program. The webinars allow all industry partners in the region to take part in tourism training in the convenience of your own business or home.
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Discover Brantford's November 2016 Events

Discover Brantford's November 2016 Events

Discover Brantford this November at one of our spectacular annual events. Marvel at thousands of lights at the Brantford Lights at Glenhyrst, take in a world-class performance at the Sanderson Centre for the Performing Arts, or find that unique gift for someone special at one of the holiday shopping events.
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Participation House Brantford Ghost Encounters 2016

Participation House Brantford Ghost Encounters 2016

Prepare to be frightened at Participation House Brantford Ghost Encounters at Brantwood Farms, open annually the last two weekends of October
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The Guitar Society of Brantford’s Ensemble Program

The Guitar Society of Brantford’s Ensemble Program

The Guitar Society of Brantford was formed in 2011. Their mandate is to enrich the cultural life of Brantford and surrounding area.
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Book launch event shares the history of Mohawk Chapel

Book launch event shares the history of Mohawk Chapel

Originally built in 1785, Her Majesty’s Royal Chapel of the Mohawks is the only building still standing in what was once the Mohawk Village on the banks of the Grand River.
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