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Jenni Dunning

Jenni Dunning

Jenni Dunning is the community editor for BradfordToday. She has been a reporter, editor, social media manager, and producer at large and small news organizations around Ontario. Outside of work, she enjoys baking, vintage thrifting, and kickboxing.

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289-831-1717 ext. 1164
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jenni@bradfordtoday.ca

Recent Work by Jenni

Bradford passes new cannabis smoking bylaw

Bradford passes new cannabis smoking bylaw

First 4-20 since cannabis legalization ‘moved more to celebrating the acceptance of it,’ says South Simcoe Police chief
Iconic musical Hello, Dolly! coming to South Simcoe Theatre

Iconic musical Hello, Dolly! coming to South Simcoe Theatre

‘It’s fun and beautiful, and the music is catchy,’ says music director of Cookstown production
Council approves Bradford mom’s mobile affordable housing unit

Council approves Bradford mom’s mobile affordable housing unit

A portable garden suite — one-unit, detached residential structure with a bathroom and kitchen — is allowed on agricultural properties, according to bylaws
Opioid crisis factors into new community safety plan for Bradford, Innisfil

Opioid crisis factors into new community safety plan for Bradford, Innisfil

‘If we look at that opioid crisis strictly ... as a crisis, all we’ll be doing is picking up bodies on the side of the road that have overdosed,’ says South Simcoe Police chief
Bradford below provincial average for organ donation registry

Bradford below provincial average for organ donation registry

Town of Bradford West Gwillimbury is proclaiming April 21-27 National Organ and Tissue Donation Awareness Week, with flag raising this Saturday
Stamp a pretend passport to win prizes at Celebrate Easter

Stamp a pretend passport to win prizes at Celebrate Easter

Annual Easter event in Bradford West Gwillimbury has been running for nearly 10 years
‘Opioid crisis’ factors into new community safety plan for Bradford, Innisfil

‘Opioid crisis’ factors into new community safety plan for Bradford, Innisfil

‘If we look at that opioid crisis strictly ... as a crisis, all we’ll be doing is picking up bodies on the side of the road that have overdosed,’ says South Simcoe Police chief
Fluffy baby birds hatch in Bradford kindergarten class in time for Easter <b>(4 photos)</b>

Fluffy baby birds hatch in Bradford kindergarten class in time for Easter (4 photos)

‘The birds were chirping like crazy,’ says teacher; Baby quails interact with “selfie camera” in their habitat
Bradford outlines priority projects for traffic congestion, affordable housing

Bradford outlines priority projects for traffic congestion, affordable housing

The top priorities set by council for this term are: reduce traffic congestion, employment growth, community and traffic safety, facilities master plan, and housing affordability
Bradford to consider traffic photo radar

Bradford to consider traffic photo radar

‘Education doesn’t seem to get through a lot of people’s heads,’ says councillor