Like a giant moth it seems to float through the air, in slow, buoyant flight to land unafraid on the rim of the plat you left unattended at your campsite.
Thomas Gabor of Bradford is now a Youth Engagement Co-ordinator for Canada's largest Youth HIV education and prevention organization, LetsStopAIDS.
It's farewell for the season, from the vendors at the Bradford Farmers' Market.
Each year, Shoppers Drug Mart chooses a local organization supporting women's health and wellness, as the recipient of the funds raised through its Tree of Life campaign. For the second year in a row, the local Shoppers raised funds for My Sister's Place, a shelter in Alliston that provides a home for abused women and children in crisis, and transi
The Huron made Huronia their home because it was a major crossroads in central North America. But they didn't blink at long journeys taken out of Huronia for trade, war, socializing or diplomacy. They regularly travelled from Huronia, up the coast of Georgian Bay to the French River, up the river to Lake Nippissing and then across the Mattawa River
Bradford Greenhouses Garden Gallery welcomed 'Father Christmas' to the store on Yonge St. just north of Bradford, on December 10. Kids, adults and pets could pose for professional photos with Santa – and while they were waiting, make a “Grinch Tree” (made famous by the Grinch who Stole Christmas), to take home.
It's a tradition at the Portuguese Cultural Centre of Bradford: a Kids' Christmas Party, with free food, crafts, games, music and a visit from Santa. This year, thanks to generous donations from the community, every child received an age-appropriate gift.
“On the first day of Christmas, my true love gave to me... 48 tubes of toothpaste.”
The Ontario government has entered the age old debate: Artificial vs. Real Christmas Tree.