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Kimberley Husson

Sales Representative

Royal LePage RCR Realty

140 Holland St. West Unit 3, Bradford, ON

Office:  905-775-5557

Cell:  905-775-9075

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Bradford is the primary country urban area of the Town of Bradford West Gwillimbury, Ontario, in Canada. It overlooks a farming community, known as The Holland Marsh, located on the Holland River that flows into Lake Simcoe. Within the municipal boundaries are a number of smaller communities, including: Bond Head, Dunkerron, Green Valley, Pinkerton, Fisher’s Corners, Newton Robinson, Coulson and Deerhurst.
The eastern boundary of Bradford is the Holland River, named for Samuel Holland first Surveyor General of British North America, who passed this way on an exploration from Toronto to Balsam Lake, by way of Lake Simcoe, in 1791. The first settlers to cross the Holland River arriving in the fall of 1819, were three Irishmen-James Wallace, Lewis Algeo and Robert Armstrong. Bradford was incorporated as a Village in 1857, with a population of about 1,000 people. Only a few years prior to this, the Northern Railway of Canada was built through the town. The train station was constructed by the Grand Trunk Railway and later used by the CNR. Bradford was incorporated as a town in 1960. One of its famous historical landmarks that still operates to this day is the Village Inn Hotel. Its architect was E.J. Lennox, one of Toronto’s foremost architects who also built Toronto’s Old City Hall, the West Wing of the Ontario Legislature – Queens Park, and the King Edward Hotel. The Village Inn is situated at the crossroads of Highway 88 and Highway 11, and is the landmark at the four corners of Bradford.

Community Links


Bradford West Gwillimbury Water & Sewer

Hydro One

Enbridge Gas


Simcoe County District School Board

Simcoe Muskoka Catholic District School Board

Private Schools

Thor College

St. Andrew’s College

Colleges & Universities

University of Toronto


Health Care Connect
Phone: 1-800-445-1822
Health Care Connect helps assist Ontarians in finding a family doctor.  People who are without a family doctor are referred to medical professionals such as nurse practitioners who are accepting new patients within the community.  Register by phone at 1-800-445-1822

Telehealth Ontario 
Phone: 1-866-797-0000

Ontario Health Insurance Plan (OHIP) or call their info line at 1-866-532-3161

Public Health

Simcoe Muskoka District Health Unit –

Hospitals & Medical Clinics

Southlake Regional Health Centre

Bradford Medical Centre


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