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<b>BEYOND LOCAL:</b> Does your family's pandemic routine need a reset? Try a little playfulness

BEYOND LOCAL: Does your family's pandemic routine need a reset? Try a little playfulness

Tiny moments of playful connection can invite feelings of gratitude
<b>OPINION:</b> Canada should support journalism’s future, not its past

OPINION: Canada should support journalism’s future, not its past

The chair of Press Forward, a new association for Canada's independent news organizations, addresses the debate over government measures that would force Facebook and Google to pay news companies for content
Bradford Council calls on government for further action to support small business

Bradford Council calls on government for further action to support small business

Council upset they weren't made aware of the decision of moving region to Grey Zone
ATV's go through ice on Holland River <b>(5 photos)</b>

ATV's go through ice on Holland River (5 photos)

An investigation confirmed that the operators were not with the ATVs when they were found
<b>COLUMN:</b> This spud's for you

COLUMN: This spud's for you

In this week's 'Everything King', Wendy wonders why even old toys have to be politically correct
Kumi Metal Products to expand Bradford facility

Kumi Metal Products to expand Bradford facility

FedDev Ontario invests $3.9 million for manufacturers in Bradford and Concord to grow, automate processes and add over 90 skilled jobs
Police look to identify LCBO theft suspect <b>(3 photos)</b>

Police look to identify LCBO theft suspect (3 photos)

Suspect stole a quantity of liquor from Friday Harbour LCBO
34 new COVID cases in region, two in Bradford today

34 new COVID cases in region, two in Bradford today

Nine people from Bradford West Gwillimbury remain hospitalized with COVID-19
Holland Marsh farmers concerned about getting migrant workers in time for growing season

Holland Marsh farmers concerned about getting migrant workers in time for growing season

'In the Marsh, the main issue isn’t so much the housing, it’s whether we get the guys here on time and if they come Covid-free,' says local farmer
Councillors vote to waive penalty and interest fees on property taxes, water and wastewater bills

Councillors vote to waive penalty and interest fees on property taxes, water and wastewater bills

Penalty and interest charges on property taxes and water/wastewater bills will be waived until Aug. 21, 2021