Jukasa News Update Wednesday August 15, 2018
Black-Eye-Boxing Club’s Six Nations professional fighter, Karl “Razor” Hess is in training for his next bout.
Hess is scheduled for Sept. 8th , at the former Hershey Centre arena in Mississauga.
Hess lost his first professional fight there earlier this year.?United Boxing Promotions has announced Hess will fight Manuel Gerardo Rodrigues in an undercard fight leading up to the Main Event.
Tickets are now available through the Black Eye Boxing Club.
Three guest speakers will be part of a panel Wednesday, to talk to the people of Brantford about what is coming down the pipe once recreational cannabis is officially legal in Canada this October.
A public education forum, hosted by the Brantford-Brant Women’s Liberal Club, is bringing presentations from the Government of Canada and hosting an audience question period with three persons familiar with the Cannabis industry.
The meeting is open to the public and will be held Wednesday, August 15 from 6:30p.m. to 8:30p.m. at the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 90 at 21 Oak Street in Brantford.
The Rotary Club of Brantford and Hamilton’s Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum’s Air Show is coming up and organizers promise big acts that you won’t see anywhere else in Canada.
Two famous World War II Bombers – the B-29 Superfortress and Avro Lancaster – will be making Brantford their only airshow performance in Canada this season.
Over $500,000 has been raised for various local charities over the past 14 years. This year funds are being raised for two local charities – the Rotary Club of Brantford and the Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum.
The event will be held at the Brantford Airport, 110 Aviation Ave in West Brantford on Wednesday, August 29.
Police say a man was struck by a car and killed over the weekend while walking down Chiefswood Road.
Six Nations Police say 25 year old Taylor King of the Mississaugas of the New Credit First Nation was walking down Chiefswood Road, going southbound in the early morning hours of August 12.
King was struck by a black Chevrolet Impala also heading south sometime before 3:30a.m. Police said King was transported to hospital where he succumbed to his injuries.
Six Nations Police said in a statement a 26 year old driver was operating the car that struck and killed King. They did not release the name or gender of the driver and say that speed and alcohol were not factors in the collision. Police said they did not lay charges against the driver.
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