Bradford 41 Years Ago - Politics and Ratepayers
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An 1904 congratulatory article for Robert Stewart, who had been town clerk since 1861. The article also lists Simcoe County's representatives in 1863. Part of the "Bradford 4_ Years Ago" series printed by the Bradford Witness.
Breaking ground for a new BWG Leisure Centre and Public Library
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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...
Bradford West Gwillimbury Times
It's time for
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"Arthur Evans, retiring Simcoe-Centre MPP said Thursday night he was leaving politics because "we should have new blood". He was speaking at an all-candidates meeting held in Sir William Osler School by the Bradford and West Gwillimbury Progressiv...
Justin Trudeau at the Library
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An article about future Prime Minister of Canada, Justin Trudeau visiting the library. At the time he was in the running to become Liberal Party leader.
"When Justin Trudeau came to town Friday, Bradford library staff weren't quite prepared for t...
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An article about a gathering hosted by the Bradford and West Gwillimbury Liberal Conservative Associations.
Ron Simpson Death
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An article announcing the death of and paying tribute to Ron Simpson.
"St. John's Presbyterian Church was filled yesterday with people mourning the death and celebrating the life of longtime Bradford West Gwillimbury Councillor Ron Simpson...Mr. ...
Simcoe Centre MPP D. Arthur Evans
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"To save 32 million acres of food-growing land is to interfere with the delicate buyer and seller relationships of the marketplace. Massive state intervention in the marketplace does guarantee absolutely that the productive capacity of Ontario's f...