From its origin at Joseph Brant's crossing of the Grand River, to the present day city located on the Highway 403, Brantford is a thriving community. Home to Laurier University's newest campus, it is known widely as a great place to live and grow up in. Wayne Gretzky was born here along with comedian, Phil Hartman and physicist, James Hillier among others.
Loaded with culture, the city has a variety of museums, art galleries and theatres including the beautifully restored Sanderson Centre, one of North America's top three theatres according to frequent visitor, Red Buttons.
The physical recreation opportunities are also outstanding. As Ontario's "Tournament Capital" it has plenty of hockey arenas, an Olympic size swimming pool and is the central nexus for hundreds of kilometres of hiking and biking trails.
Located 10 minutes away from Brantford, and home to The Willett, Paris has been called Ontario's Prettiest Town by Harrowsmith Magazine. This "small-town jewel" also has easy access for boating on the Grand River and is known for its unique cobblestone architecture.
The two sites of the Brant Community Healthcare System are The Brantford General and The Willett, Paris. If you are interested in a solid career choice and a great lifestyle, call or write Human Resources, Brant Community Healthcare System, 200 Terrace Hill Street, Brantford, Ontario, N3R 1G9, Phone: 519-751-5526, Fax: 519-751-5575, E-mail: email@example.com.
While your lifestyle may be more relaxed in Brantford and Paris, your new community is an easy commute to large urban centres such as Toronto, Hamilton, Kitchener and London. It offers many alternatives in shopping and a good selection of reasonably priced housing, as well as access to seven major universities.
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