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Bradford celebrates 150 years

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  • 2007-07-28

"The countdown has begun for Bradford's main 150th Anniversary celebration - the August 17th to 25th Homecoming Week, which will include a Midway, Carrotfest Street Party on August 18th, Sesquicentennial Parade on August 19th, Music in Rotary Park...

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Bradford's Sesquicentennial Parade - a celebration

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  • 2007-08-25

"Led by the combined Colour Parties of the Bradford, Sutton and Newmarket Legions, and the Bradford Pipes & Drums, Bradford residents turned out to participate in or to watch the Sesquicentennial Parade on August 19, celebrating the town's 150th B...

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Bradford's Sesquicentennial involves the Township, too...

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  • 2007-06-09

"Bradford celebrates its 150th Anniversary in 2007. While some suggest that the celebration doesn't concern the Township area, the Bradford West Gwillimbury Local History Association has a different take on the matter. The Association points out t...

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Breaking ground for a new BWG Leisure Centre and Public Library

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  • 2009-10-08

An article about the ground breaking for the new Library and Leisure Centres to be built on Holland Street W. "The site of the new Bradford West Gwillimbury Leisure Centre and Public Library/Cultural Centre was off-limits, as the contractor's cre...

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Bringing history groups together

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  • 2007-12-01

The annual Meeting of the Bradford West Gwillimbury Local History Association will be held in the Compton Room of the Bradford Public Library on Saturday, December 8th, 1:30 p.m. The BWG Local History Association was formed 17 years ago, in the sp...

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Brown, Eileen Shirley Reitta (Elliott) death

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  • 1994-12-15

December 18, 1994 Death BROWN, Eileen Shirley Reitta (Former employee of Simcoe County Board of Education) - Suddenly at her home in Coldwater on Sunday December 18, 1994. Eileen Brown formerly of Bradford in her 56th year. Dear mother of Glendon...

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Building on 75 years of business - Spence Lumber

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  • 1990-10

Well-trained, service-minded employees. A friendly atmosphere. Quality products at competitive prices. Those are part of the "Homecare" promise - but they have always been the goals at Spence Homecare, even when the business was primarily a lumber...

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Cameras, action on streets of Bradford

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  • 1994-10-19

"For those of you wondering about the new real estate office, bank and newspaper in town, (and why they're already gone), worry no longer. The film's been shot, the sets have been struck and the actors have all gone home. But for three days last w...

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Campbell, Lewis Blanchard obituary

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  • 2006-07-22

Event Date : Friday, July 14, 2006 Event Type : Death Description : Died after a lengthy illness at Southlake Regional Health Centre, Newmarket, in his 88th year. Husband of Doris for 44 years. Beloved father of Suzanne, Luanne and her husband Mi...

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Candidate for mayor: Frank Jonkman

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  • 1994-09-07

"Frank Jonkman got into politics very much the same way that he got into the greenhouse business - to meet a need. Jonkman started by building greenhouses for his father's farming operation, using recycled materials that included old television ae...

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