Good morning and welcome to your brand new source for all things Bradford West Gwillimbury.
Starting right now, BradfordToday.ca is your go-to site for up-to-the-minute local news, features on community leaders and events, business openings and everything in between.
It’s all available to you when you want it, on your smartphone, desktop and tablet, along with obituaries, weather, and online flyers.
“We believe that locally driven news is essential to communities. That’s why we’ve started or helped launch more than 12 digital news sites in communities just like Bradford within the past few years – communities that in some cases were also told their local newspaper didn’t factor into someone else’s bottom line,” said Jeff Elgie, CEO of Village Media. “We are proud to be extremely community-minded and cover important stories in your city. We have a great team in place and look forward to becoming an integrated part of the community’s daily news.”
Keep coming back to the Local News feed today and you’ll see well-known local journalists Jenni Dunning and Miriam King have already been hard at work.
Jenni and Miriam, backed up by a freelance team that includes Patrick Bales, will bring you what you need to know, when you need to know it.
Village Media is also pleased to announce that Gary Assis has joined the team as an account executive.
BradfordToday.ca joins BarrieToday.com, OrilliaMatters.com and CollingwoodToday.ca as part of a growing Simcoe County team that includes John Hammill, regional publisher, Nicole Parkes, regional sales manager, and Dave Dawson, regional editor.
BradfordToday.ca is part of the Village Media network, one of the largest in the province with significant reach across northern Ontario.
About Village Media
Village Media, which has a growing media presence across the region, includes the news sites SooToday.com, GuelphToday.com, BarrieToday.com, BayToday.ca, ElliotLakeToday.com, TimminsToday.com, OrilliaMatters.com, CollingwoodToday.ca, BradfordToday.ca, and has strategic partnerships with Sudbury.com in Sudbury, TBNewswatch.com in Thunder Bay, the Manitoulin Expositor (manitoulin.ca), Rogers Media in Halifax (HalifaxToday.ca) and Ottawa (OttawaMatters.com), and Glacier Media in British Columbia (KamloopsMatters.com).For more information, visit: www.villagemedia.ca