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Ontario reports 610 COVID cases Monday

Ontario reports 610 COVID cases Monday

The latest updates noted 628 recoveries and two deaths
2 new COVID cases confirmed at Bradford schools

2 new COVID cases confirmed at Bradford schools

New cases reported at Fieldcrest and W.H. Day elementary schools
<b>BEYOND LOCAL:</b> How emotions are colouring the federal election in unexpected ways

BEYOND LOCAL: How emotions are colouring the federal election in unexpected ways

The emotions we attribute to party leaders on the basis of partisan affiliation may no longer hold sway in this federal election
It's election day! Here's what you need to know to vote

It's election day! Here's what you need to know to vote

Stay tuned to BradfordToday after the polls close for coverage of local results
<b>OUTDOORS:</b> Life's a beech for these oft-overlooked wildflowers

OUTDOORS: Life's a beech for these oft-overlooked wildflowers

Keep an eye out for these relatively rare beechdrops, which can only be found in eastern North America, notes outdoors columnist
Good morning, Bradford!

Good morning, Bradford!

Don't forget to smile today!
Wogden ready to chip in as Georgian College's new golf coach

Wogden ready to chip in as Georgian College's new golf coach

Bill Wogden was an assistant coach with Georgian's golf team in 2019-20
Simcoe County girl, 7, comes to the rescue of Monarch butterflies

Simcoe County girl, 7, comes to the rescue of Monarch butterflies

'We want to get people to grow milkweed in safe places like their gardens, where it doesn’t have to be mowed down,' says Orillia student and naturalist
York-Simcoe saw over 7,000 more voters at the advanced polls compared to 2019 election

York-Simcoe saw over 7,000 more voters at the advanced polls compared to 2019 election

York-Simcoe saw an increase in numbers at the advanced polls this year
<b>COLUMN:</b> Have you tried herbs for pain?

COLUMN: Have you tried herbs for pain?

This week, nutritionist Nonie De Long looks at some natural ways to treat pain