A former Norfolk County man who pleaded guilty in an animal abuse case that saw more than 1,500 hogs die last year at his farm near Frogmore was sentenced on Thursday to a lifetime ban on owning or caring for farm animals.
Michelle Ruby, Brantford Expositor
Michelle Ruby has covered a wide variety of beats, including education, county council, and general assignment reporting, since joining The Expositor in 1999. She currently writes entertainment and education stories, including a regular In The Schools column.
Eighteen-week-old Charm, a fluffy Labrador-Burnese mountain dog cross, doesn’t know she’s destined to change someone’s life.
With just a bit of information gleaned from Facebook posts about the devastation wreaked by Hurricane Maria last September, Josh Krug made an impulsive decision to travel there in December.The 31-year-old third-year architecture student at George Brown College has a background in renovation work and thought he could help.He’s also an adventurer who
Simcoe resident Catie Metcalfe is doing her part to reduce the overpopulation of cats in Norfolk.
Not even some distressing vandalism could put a damper on the fun at Waterford Pumpkinfest.
Get a glimpse of rural life around the world at the first Routes to Roots Film Festival in Simcoe.A selection of feature films and shorts, a showcase of local, national and international film with an emphasis on themes of returning to roots, rural life and connectedness, are on the bill at the festival, set for Oct. 21 and 22.“It’s a wonderful oppo
Plans for Tollgate Technological Skills Centre to celebrate a milestone anniversary stemmed from a bit of a sticky situation.
The executive director of Brant Family and Children's Services said rising fentanyl use in the city is increasing the number of children in the agency's care.
As an optician, one of Catherine Labrecque-Rowntree's greatest joys is watching someone slip on their very first pair of glasses and knowing she helped give them, quite literally, a whole new view of the world.