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Rob Paul

Rob Paul

Rob Paul is a journalist with BradfordToday and InnisfilToday. He has a passion for sports and community feature stories.

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Rob@bradfordtoday.ca

Recent Work by Rob

Need work? CONTACT Community Services hosting free job fair

Need work? CONTACT Community Services hosting free job fair

'We’re really just looking to get everyone who is looking for work to drop by ... We want to get face-to-face interaction between job seekers and employers,' said official
Town raises flag to celebrate Fierté Simcoe Pride

Town raises flag to celebrate Fierté Simcoe Pride

Fierté Simcoe Pride celebrations run from July 25 to Aug. 7
Senior's wish to watch horse race granted at Georgian Downs

Senior's wish to watch horse race granted at Georgian Downs

The Senior Wish Association grants wishes to seniors in the community to give them the opportunity to do something they love or have always wanted to do
Having fun with faith at Bible Camp in Bradford

Having fun with faith at Bible Camp in Bradford

For two weeks in July, the Vacation Bible School at St. John's Presbyterian Church programs fun and educational activities for children ages four to 11
3 Scoops serving up sweet treats all summer long

3 Scoops serving up sweet treats all summer long

3 Scoops has been serving the Bradford community for nine years
Bradford boys contribute to all star ball hockey team’s success

Bradford boys contribute to all star ball hockey team’s success

Local Bradford boys play for South Simcoe all-star ball hockey team in provincial tournament
Farmer protest taking place in the area this weekend

Farmer protest taking place in the area this weekend

Protests across Canada aiming to bring attention to climate policy proposal in Netherlands
Town unveils Bill Marks Trail

Town unveils Bill Marks Trail

Former Bradford West Gwillimbury town councillor and longtime community volunteer Bill Marks honoured with naming of trail and greenspace
Trudeau stops by Ahmadiyya Muslim convention in Bradford

Trudeau stops by Ahmadiyya Muslim convention in Bradford

"When families are afraid to go out for a walk in the evening in the neighbourhood and when mosques are getting vandalized, that’s unacceptable. An attack on a Muslim Canadian is an attack on all Canadians," said Prime Minister Justin Trudeau at the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community’s annual convention in Bradford on Saturday
Batter up! Bradford baseball star headed to nationals

Batter up! Bradford baseball star headed to nationals

Bradford's Jadyn Sagert will be representing Ontario's 16U Girls Baseball Team Ontario this summer at just 13 years old