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Living in Bradford, Canada:
Tips for Moving and Visiting

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If you've been wondering what it's like to live in or visit Bradford, the Crowdsourced Explorer community can help. We asked three people living in Bradford what someone who is considering moving to or visiting there should know. Here are their pros and cons, tips, and advice:


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Bradford is welcoming new residents at a rapid pace. Individuals and families are selecting Bradford, due to its comparatively affordable housing prices, ample amenities and, yet, small town charm. One consideration that many overlook; however, is the length of commute to and from the city, whether by vehicle or public transportation. Especially in summer, traffic is ridiculous, so one has to weigh the time commuting against the lower real estate prices and smaller town feel.

Someone moving to Bradford should know my city is very diverse. You will find people of all kinds living in Bradford and everyone is very accepting. My city has many churches and a large amount of the population is Catholic. Despite this, everyone is open to different religious views. Bradford is very safe during the day and at night as it is a smaller city with tight-knit communities.

Bradford is a small, desolate town with convenience stores almost too far to be convenient. If one enjoys peace, quiet, and an infinite landscape of abandoned farmlands, husks of barnyard, and endless stretches of road (possibly) last paved prior to the Cold War, one could do worse than Bradford. Here is a clean stretch of land for youths and retirees alike, so long as they seek peace and quiet above the rest of life’s necessities.

Matthew, says: 2020

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