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Articles from Paris Chronicle (Paris, Canada) (November 1, 2009)

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Title Author Type Words
A good read. 117
After-school programs. 122
Archie McLarty, a Cainsville resident representing Sustainable Brant, advised that a petition signed by approximately 2,300 people to include Brant County in the Greenbelt will be presented to the Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing. 96
Ask your home and garden experts. 517
Brant OPP report. Calendar 1122
Brant-Brantford commemorates the War of 1812. 185
Chocolate heist. 87
Council discussed a letter from E. Wakefield regarding unsigned correspondence from the Friends of Paris Culture Board of Directors. 107
Drainage woes still not solved for Cobblestone. 491
Ed Wakefield advised that he had provided a package of information to members of council questioning the financial reports and business plan for the proposed Brant Cultural Centre, noting that he has been unable to obtain an audited statement from the Friends of Paris Culture. 159
Fern Otawa, a member of the Glen Morris Communities in Bloom Committee, displayed two awards received from the Ontario Communities in Bloom Committee--the Five Blooms Award and the Tidiness Award. 94
Flu vaccine schedule revamped. 282
From old photos to a new identity. 1048
Gleaners give soup mix to those in need. 200
Historical Society hosts dinner honouring Canadian Navy. Simpson, David 216
Holly Illman, of behalf of Steve Kulmatycky, one of the private land owners of the Nith Peninsula, advised that only the table lands are proposed for development. 108
In response to current letters to the editor of some local newspapers regarding the current municipal structure. Letter to the editor 102
Interview with a flu virus. Weary, C.P. Interview 995
King & Benton says land would make positive contribution: Not under receivership: Charest. Charest, Steve Letter to the editor 310
Lorna Nowicki-Prime presented various environmental documents related to the Nith Peninsula, and requested that the Brant County Official Plan be updated to include these documents so that it is complete, up-to-date and accessible for all parties who use the Official Plan. 568
Olympic excitement lights up. 127
Plans to preserve St. George heritage buildings. 223
Professional fundraising contract extended for twin pad project. 334
Record historical family documents. 212
Sip wine and fight crime. 142
SIU investigates OPP incident, two sent to hospital. 207
Summer reading club. Letter to the editor 150
The Burford Community Centre Building Committee approved the schematic design as presented by Group Eight Engineering Ltd. of St. George. 137
The county solicitor will participate at the Hopewell Ontario Municipal Board hearing in support of the applications if specifically requested to do so by legal counsel retained for the hearing by the applicant. 99
The county will not send legal counsel or a planner to represent the county's interests and assist the board in the matter of reviewing the merits of Zoning By-law Amendment File No. ZBA 10/09. 97
Tragic double fatality nets multiple driving charges. 263
Volunteers needed for Olympic Torch day. 220
Water supply hit by vandals. 270
Yes to a new pool, but not the cost. 577

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