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Miriam King

Miriam King

Miriam King is a journalist and photographer with Bradford Today, covering news and events in Bradford West Gwillimbury and Innisfil.

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miriam@bradfordtoday.ca

Recent Work by Miriam

Testing the waters, preparing for the Marsh Mash canoe and kayak races <b>(8 photos) </b>

Testing the waters, preparing for the Marsh Mash canoe and kayak races (8 photos)

After a two-year break, due to COVID, the Marsh Mash returns to Bradford on May 14
After 140 tonnes of fabric diverted from landfills, Echoes in the Attic partner retires  <b>(5 photos)</b>

After 140 tonnes of fabric diverted from landfills, Echoes in the Attic partner retires (5 photos)

After more than 16 years as partner in Bradford upcycled handbag company Echoes in the Attic, Vicky Gerke has retired
Some of Muskoka's spooky stories shared in local author's newest book

Some of Muskoka's spooky stories shared in local author's newest book

Just in time for Halloween, local Author Andrew Hind shares ghostly tales from cottage country
'Beautiful, curious, gentle, and incredible parents': Fox whisperer helps wild foxes survive

'Beautiful, curious, gentle, and incredible parents': Fox whisperer helps wild foxes survive

Mange is a serious disease in foxes, but thanks to Jennifer Howard, it can be treated
Rescue Lake Simcoe Coalition challenges fast-track approval of 'massive' Innisfil development

Rescue Lake Simcoe Coalition challenges fast-track approval of 'massive' Innisfil development

The province has granted a Ministerial Zoning Order (MZO) for Mobility Orbit, a high-density community of up to 150,000 to be built around a new GO train station
Women in the Landscape: An alternative view of a Canadian tradition <b>(9 photos)</b>

Women in the Landscape: An alternative view of a Canadian tradition (9 photos)

Five artists share 'alternative landscapes,' at Be Contemporary Gallery in Stroud
Watch out for poison ivy on your rambles through the woods

Watch out for poison ivy on your rambles through the woods

Poison ivy can be found in Innisfil parks, like Innisfil Beach Park – where it grows in wooded areas, along the edges of open fields and trails
Missing skydiver's body located in Innisfil farm field <b>(updated)</b>

Missing skydiver's body located in Innisfil farm field (updated)

The man, aged in his mid 20s, was reported missing by Skydive Toronto earlier today
Teeing off in virtual golf tourney at Cardinal helps send Easter Seals kids to camp

Teeing off in virtual golf tourney at Cardinal helps send Easter Seals kids to camp

Golfers can purchase limited Charity Golf Challenge e-voucher for $95 for a round with cart at the course near Newmarket
Innisfil rejects motion to challenge York Region's Lake Simcoe sewage solutions project

Innisfil rejects motion to challenge York Region's Lake Simcoe sewage solutions project

Majority support the advanced treatment system in the Lake Simcoe watershed