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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

Children make up 30% of food bank users in York-Simcoe: report

Children make up 30% of food bank users in York-Simcoe: report

Food banks served 3,767 people 35,960 times in York-Simcoe in 2021
Bradford United Church presents ‘A Christmas Carol’

Bradford United Church presents ‘A Christmas Carol’

Ticket's to Bradford United Church's "A Christmas Carol" production are $15, those who attend are encouraged to bring an item for the food bank
Innisfil Fashion Market returns for Christmas event

Innisfil Fashion Market returns for Christmas event

The Christmas event will take place November 25 and has partnered with Youth Haven for its Boxes of Hope campaign
Community gathers in Bradford to mark Remembrance Day (12 photos)

Community gathers in Bradford to mark Remembrance Day (12 photos)

'Nov. 11 is a time to reflect that we do live in the best country in the world,' says mayor
Bradford soldier honoured in Highway of Heroes Tree Campaign

Bradford soldier honoured in Highway of Heroes Tree Campaign

'This living tribute is a perfect Canadian hug, these trees will embrace our Highway of Heroes forever,' said Carol Collier, mother of local hero Sapper Brian Collier, about the Highway of Heroes Tree Campaign.
Ford stops in Bradford to mark start of bypass construction

Ford stops in Bradford to mark start of bypass construction

'Shovels are in the ground,' premier says during visit Wednesday
Cookstown mother fighting to get RSV vaccine for toddler son

Cookstown mother fighting to get RSV vaccine for toddler son

'This should have never been a question,' says mother, whose three-year-old son is battling RSV after being denied vaccine
Getting in the festive spirit with Bradford’s ‘Frankie Flowers’

Getting in the festive spirit with Bradford’s ‘Frankie Flowers’

Bradford's own Frank "Frankie Flowers" Ferragine will be hosting presentations at both the Fall Cottage Life Show and Season Christmas Show at the International Centre in Mississauga set for November 11 to 13.
Supply low, demand high in cottage market: expert

Supply low, demand high in cottage market: expert

The Fall Cottage show is taking place Nov. 11 to 13 at the International Centre in Mississauga where guests can learn more about cottage lifestyle and market trends
Educational support workers protest outside Mulroney’s office

Educational support workers protest outside Mulroney’s office

Over 100 supporters were in front of York-Simcoe MPP Caroline Mulroney's office to protest Bill 28 and fight for wage increases