Fred C. Cook Public School was the first school in Bradford West Gwillimbury to host a Shave for the Brave fundraiser for Young Adult Cancer Canada (YACC), 6 years ago.
A group of young farm wives in West Gwillimbury and Tecumseth Twp decided to form a Women's Institute back in 1947. They started as a “Junior Institute” but eventually became the Tec-We-Gwill Women's Institute, named after the local Jr. Farmers' Club. In fact, one of the earliest minutes of the fledgling Women's Institute mentions wrapping up the m
BWG – Less than week away from the 2017 Run or Walk for Southlake, presented by Nature's Emporium, Bradford West Gwillimbury Mayor Rob Keffer and his municipal team are in a race with neighbouring municipalities, to win the prestigious Mayor's Challenge Cup.
The Town of Bradford West Gwillimbury has transformed the celebration of Christmas and Easter into fun family experiences for all of its residents.
Rebecca Chilvers, Dalhousie University student and former Bradford resident, has been recognized as an Academic All-Canadian by U Sports, the leader in University sports in Canada.
Bradford West Gwillimbury's Al Shteiwe family members were invited to participate in a truly Canadian experience recently – when 3 volunteers brought the family of Syrian refugees to Shaw's Maple Sugar Bush in Oro-Medonte.
Dr. Dave Williams, CEO and president of Southlake Regional Health Centre, came to Bradford West Gwillimbury council in March, to thank the town for its financial support of the hospital, through the County of Simcoe.
You could say that my parents were pioneers, for like many of the other original settlers in the Marsh, like the Kanyos and the Verkaiks, they acquired their farmland and developed the virgin soil into a thriving family business.
The Chicora was a sleek-looking passenger steamer that served on all of the Great Lakes at some point in its long history.