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<b>BEYOND LOCAL:</b> Historical records in the digital age

BEYOND LOCAL: Historical records in the digital age

Today, and into the future, consulting archival documents increasingly means reading them on a screen
BWG Library Picks of the Week

BWG Library Picks of the Week

Check out this week's latest and greatest in books, including a new thriller from Stephen King
<b>BEYOND LOCAL:</b> Canadians are polarized, but social media likely not the culprit

BEYOND LOCAL: Canadians are polarized, but social media likely not the culprit

New study says that political parties may play a larger role in polarizing Canadians
St. John's Presbyterian Church takes steps to Save On Energy <b>(4 photos)</b>

St. John's Presbyterian Church takes steps to Save On Energy (4 photos)

Lighting retrofit at St. John's Presbyterian Church should pay for itself within five years - and then "every day you are saving money."
A Grand Re-opening for The Co-operators in Bradford

A Grand Re-opening for The Co-operators in Bradford

Eric Andrews, new owner of The Co-operators in Bradford, is carrying on a family tradition.
County gets big thank-you as RVH talks about plan for southern campus

County gets big thank-you as RVH talks about plan for southern campus

About half of all care provided at Royal Victoria Regional Health Centre is for people who live outside Barrie, says RVH president
York-Simcoe Libertarian Party candidate Keith Komar says "government is upside down"

York-Simcoe Libertarian Party candidate Keith Komar says "government is upside down"

York-Simcoe candidate for the Libertarian party sits down to chat with BradfordToday about the upcoming election and his party's plan for change
Photography 101 at Scanlon Creek

Photography 101 at Scanlon Creek

Photographer offers a workshop on the basics, at Scanlon.
Smile Cookie Campaign in Bradford helps support local seniors

Smile Cookie Campaign in Bradford helps support local seniors

Buy a cookie, support local charity in Tim Horton's Smile Cookie Campaign next week
Barrie woman accused of speeding, running a stop sign in Innisfil

Barrie woman accused of speeding, running a stop sign in Innisfil

The vehicle clocked in travelling 116 km/h in the posted 80 zone, police say