By: Steve BurroughsIn recent times it seems we’re doing everything differently in order to reduce the spread of COVID-19. From shopping more online to wearing masks and stocking up on toilet paper, many aspects of life aren’t what they were a year ago. Burford Minor Hockey is no exception. While […]

Coyotes Enjoying 3-on-3 Hockey

By: Clayton Barker 1914 Horse-drawn corn binder, post card photo fromClayton Barker’s personal collection. ….There’s a humming on the cable, there’s a whisper in the air, There’s message stirring each Canadian heart. Once more old England’s calling as she bids her sons prepare, to save the world and play a […]

Burford Years Ago

Dear Burford Advance Readers:The winds of change have come to us again and we have some news we want to share.As you know, 2020 has been quite a year. With forced closures, new and ever changing laws and so many businesses (both small and large) impacted by the pandemic and […]

To Our Readers:

The Burford and Area Business Association (BABA) along with downtown Burford Businesses, local churches and service groups are working diligently to bring about a special Holiday Open House on Friday November 27 from 6-9 PM. With almost twenty stores, restaurants and service industries open late and offering a wide variety […]

Embracing the Season, Supporting Local: Holiday Open House

Join the Healthy Kids at Home Fall Challenge Kids and families in Brantford and the County of Brant are invited to participate in the Healthy Kids at Home Fall Challenge. Each week, for the next five weeks, a new photo contest will be featured, offering a chance for participants to […]

Healthy Kids At Home

By: Clayton Barker Burford, August 6th, 1914 MILITARY BAND CONCERT AND TATOO, AT BURFORD TO-NIGHT Local Regiments Are In Readiness.:(Brantford Courier Aug 5)Col. M. F. Muir of the 25th Brant Dragoons announced to-day that the regiment was being recruited up to war strength, “If we are needed every man is […]

Burford Years Ago

I heard on the radio recently that 1 in 5 adults in Canada have never made an entire meal from scratch! Think of it, 20% of all adults 18 and older have never made a roast dinner or made their own cabbage rolls or baked their own bread. Oh, people […]

Changing the Statistics

Well Halloween was just the best! Not only did it snow for the first time, the toddlers also got to dress up in their Halloween costumes and get candy! The toddlers all practiced saying “trick or treat” and “thank you” to one another as treats were handed out in friends […]

Halloween Dress up at the Preschool


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