The Brantford Sports Council was involved with the Walter Gretzky Street Hockey Tournament from 2007 to 2012. In 2010 the Tournament won the Guinness World record for the Largest Street Hockey Tournament.
In 2009, the BSC joined the Community Sports Councils of Ontario, formally the Sport Alliance of Ontario. In 2010, members of the Brantford Sports Council attended the CSC Summit held at Brock University in St. Catharines and began a process of reinvigorating the movement. By late 2010, there were approximately 17 CSCs existing in the province.
The Brantford Sports Council was a member of the Wayne Gretzky Sports Centre fundraising campaign committee, they participated in the planning and Grand Opening Celebrations of the Wayne Gretzky Sports Centre in 2013, to honour Wayne Gretzky and his father Walter Gretzky. The BSC was also instrumental in bringing the 2015 Hometown Hockey Celebration to Brantford.
Over the years the Brantford Sports Council has hosted numerous sports related workshops, networking meetings, clinics and continues to hold their annual Sports Recognition Banquet.
In 2005, members of the BSC attended the Sport Summit in Hamilton to learn what other sport councils in Ontario were doing in their communities to promote the values of sport and recreation.
In 2006 the BSC hosted a Long Term Planning workshop for their members and stakeholders and were part of the Facilities Adhoc Committee for the City. Also in 2006, the BSC hosted their Inaugural Sports Recognition banquet to recognize the achievements of local athletes, teams, coaches, and volunteers.