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Trinity Anglican sod-breaking ceremony: new handicap access

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  • 1994-06-22

"Bradford West Gwillimbury Mayor Pat Storey (with shovel) helps to turn the sod at trinity Anglican Church in Bradford. Sod-breaking ceremony, for new addition & handicap access, took place Sunday."

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Drainage Committee asks province for special funding for Holland Marsh

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  • 2006-2008

A proposed drainage scheme to relocate the drainage canals in the Holland Marsh will cost an estimated $8.7 million. This sum is too great for the Marsh farmers alone so they are attempting to extend the assessment area to 65,000 acres of upland p...

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Elizabeth Gwillim Simcoe ... A lady of means

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  • 2007-06-16

Part 1 of a three part short series on the life of Elizabeth (Gwillim) Simcoe, wife of Lieut-Governor John Graves Simcoe of Upper Canada.

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Midnight blaze destroys Bradford landmark

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  • 2003-04-05

Article on the fire which destroyed the old Market building on Simcoe Road, just south of the Bradford Community Centre.

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Thank you for help after Hurricane Hazel

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  • 1994-10-12

Bradford West Gwillimbury Times editorial Description : "All those who were living in the Holland Marsh and other low-lying areas during the Hurricane Hazel flood on October 15, 1954, wish to express their deepest thanks for the help they receive...

Edo N. Knibbe

Hazel remembered & Aftermath of the Flood

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  • 1994-10-04

Two articles relating to the memories of those who lived through the Holland marsh flooding due to Hurricane Hazel. The first is a continuation of Edo Knibbe's recollection, and the second is by Addy Ellens.

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Fuller family celebrates Canada Day

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  • 1992-07-08

"The table was decorated with red and white flags, candles and napkins, and a red and white cake, for a multi-generation Canada Day party and Toast held at the home of Tom and Zelma Fuller, Jr. The Guests of Honor were Mae and Bill Fuller." ...

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Raising the flag for Canada

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  • 1992-07-08

"Bill and Brenda Vernon's home on the 9th Concession was the scene of a family reunion, barbeque and flag raising on Canada Day. Bill Vernon built a new 33' flagpole for the occasion, and spruced up the yard with landscaping that included putting ...

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Women's Institute celebrates 100th Anniversary

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  • 2002-09-14

"On September 14th, Simcoe South District Women's Institute celebrated its 100th Anniversary, at an Open House and Tea held in Cookstown. The district received its charter on May 5th, 1902, in Thornton. At one time, the District had 11 branches, i...

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