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Military Training Camp

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A military training camp in Newmarket during the Second World War where recruits gathered for the first stage of their training before heading overseas.

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Surrounding Towns

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  • 2016

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York County Hospital Looks for New Name

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  • 2000-02-12

"York County Hospital is looking for a new name. On February 14th, the hospital is launching a "Cherish the Past, Celebrate the Future" campaign to find a name that better reflects the hospital's evolution into a Regional centre for Cardiac and Pe...

Bradford West Gwillimbury Times

Newmarket canal - Hurrah for the Canal

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  • 1908-05-07

:Judging from the above heading which preceded a local item in the Era of last week, what a time there will be in Newmarket when the Trent Valley Canal branch (so called) is completed through to that town from the Holland River. A gentleman who ha...

Bradford Witness

R.C.M.P. offices open

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  • 1996-09-25

Article about the opening of the R.C.M.P. office in Newmarket.

Bradford West Gwillimbury Times

Stickwood homestead gets $300,000

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"The Stickwood Walker heritage farmstead is about to salute the past. At a cost of about $300,000, Newmarket council has given the go-ahead to transform 3.5-acre homestead on Mulock Drive into a meeting place for quilting, embroidery and tea parti...

Joan Ransberry

Newmarket Metropolitan Railway

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  • 1900-05-10

The Metropolitan railway was a streetcar project which was to extend up to Bond Head through Bradford. Newspapers reported in 1900 that citizens would welcome this track through the towns, although it was a costly endeavour: "The residents of the ...

Bradford Witness

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