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But it seems that the further the media comes from, the less they really know about Brantford and about this story — and the more likely you are to hear from misinformed out-of-town friends and family. For example, a report from the Toronto Star. While, at certain times of the day, this might actually be reflective of the truth, anybody who has spent a decent amount of time in downtown Brantford would resent the implications of that statement. Colborne is not nearly as bad as the author would suggest.
A more pervasive problem, though, is reporters who fail to realize that Brantford has had heritage concerns in the past — as if there is this stretch of Colborne which contains old buildings, surrounded on every side by modernity. The Hamilton Spectator comes closest to getting it right. They understood that while Colborne might be rough by Brantford standards, most cities have areas which are far worse.
What have we gone through? Keeping heritage buildings standing? Tell that to Brantford Glass and the building that became the Student Centre. Colborne is a tricky situation, with no clear answers or best solutions. Skip to content. Home News Colborne attracting unwanted attention. Hear that?