The county has now been dissolved into the single-tier municipalities of Brant and Brantford. Although these two municipalities are still enumerated as the single census division of Brant County by Statistics Canada, Brant does not have a county government.
1951 map of Brant County (http://www.archives.gov.on.ca/english/exhibits/maps/counties/brant.htm)
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Brant is the name of current and former federal and provincial electoral districts in the Canadian province of Ontario.
This riding was created in 1903 from BrantCounty exclusive of the whole or the bulk of the county seat of Brantford.
Although its boundaries have been altered, it has always comprised the bulk of BrantCounty (now governed by two single-tier municipalities, the City of Brantford and the City of BrantCounty) and often the Six Nations Indian Reserve No. 40.
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