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Miriam King

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Overcrowding will continue in Bradford schools already 'bursting at the seams,' parents told

Overcrowding will continue in Bradford schools already 'bursting at the seams,' parents told

Bradford West Gwillimbury public schools are at 138 per cent capacity, with 849 more students than spaces, says school board manager of planning
Innisfil heritage site offers old-fashioned family fun (5 photos)

Innisfil heritage site offers old-fashioned family fun (5 photos)

Visitors to the Knock School Heritage Site on the long weekend could check out a one-room schoolhouse and play homemade, battery-free games
Need help filing your taxes? Bradford library partners with CRA for tax clinics

Need help filing your taxes? Bradford library partners with CRA for tax clinics

The program is designed to help people with a modest income and a simple tax situation. Appointments can be booked at the Bradford West Gwillimbury Public Library
Innisfil heritage site offers old-fashioned family fun

Innisfil heritage site offers old-fashioned family fun

Visitors to the Knock School Heritage Site on the long weekend could check out a one-room schoolhouse and play homemade, battery-free games
Looking at nature photos can improve mental health, says researcher

Looking at nature photos can improve mental health, says researcher

'People are spending over 90 per cent of their time indoors… actually interacting more with technology,' says speaker at annual Forestry Conference
Bradford waits for proposals as 'queen' of Queen Street sits vacant

Bradford waits for proposals as 'queen' of Queen Street sits vacant

The Town of Bradford West Gwillimbury is still considering proposals for the future use of the old Bradford High School, which has been sitting vacant since 2012
Bulldogs tie Ajax in OMHA quarter-final series on home ice <b>(9 photos)</b>

Bulldogs tie Ajax in OMHA quarter-final series on home ice (9 photos)

Bradford Bulldogs Midget A team won Sunday's game against Ajax, tying the series. Two more games are slated for later this week
Looking at nature photos can improve mental health

Looking at nature photos can improve mental health

'People are spending over 90 per cent of their time indoors ... actually interacting more with technology,' says researcher
Steady temperature increases are 'significant impact to human health'

Steady temperature increases are 'significant impact to human health'

Climate change was a hot topic at the annual Forests Ontario Forestry Conference in Alliston
Looking at nature photos may improve your mental health

Looking at nature photos may improve your mental health

Despite the evidence, people are spending less time in nature than ever before