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Tranquility Burial & Cremation Services Inc
276 St Paul Avenue
Brantford, Ontario N3R 4M8
Contact: Joan Perrin
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Licensed by Ontario Board of Funeral Services License #768
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The City of Brantford, Ontario
The city of Brantford gives its residents and visitors a picturesque view of southern Ontario. It is founded on the breathtaking Grand River and seamlessly connects with Canada’s three major ports, Windsor, Toronto and Niagara Falls.
Fondly known as the “Telephone City”, it is where Alexander Graham Bell conceived the idea of a telephone at his father’s home called the Bell Homestead in 1874. Such a fascinating historical tidbit is only the tip of the iceberg. Brantford also takes pride in its rich cultural heritage, thanks to the arrival of the Six Nations Tribes along with European immigrants and colonists at the turn of the 18th century.
The city boasts of iconic historic sites Canada is known for: Her Majesty’s Royal Chapel of the Mohawks (the very first protestant church), the Myrtleville House, Sanderson Centre for the Performing Arts and the Mohawk Village.
Brantford In the Present
Brantford now is a vibrant, progressive community home to over 93,000 people. It is located in the heart of Southern Ontario, making it an ideal place to work, play and thrive.
Whether one is looking to visit or reside in Brantford, plenty of opportunities await. From a promising employment rate to a significantly low crime rate, Brantford is a wonderful place to raise a family.
For those who are looking to experience a vacation unlike any other, Brantford has more than enough to offer thrill seekers and culture vultures alike. The Brant Park Conservation Area is well known for its unique outdoor and camping experience. It is also home to more than 40 kilometres of natural trails, including the world-renowned Trans Canada Trail connecting to the charming cities of Hamilton and Cambridge.
Lovers of festivals are in for a treat, as the city houses some of Canada’s longest running festivals like the International Villages Festival. Lovers of art can indulge in a plethora of medium by visiting the Glenhyrst Art Gallery, Brant Museum & Archives and the Personal Computer Museum, to name a few. The Brantford Public Library is among the first in North America to join the UNESCO model library network. So for those who are looking to learn more about the city, there’s more than enough information available in one place.
Getting Around Brantford
Transportation in and around the city is a breeze. Visitors and locals can explore Brantford by rail, bus and provincial highways. At any time one needs to head out, the extensive transportation system makes for an easy day trip and/or a weekend escape.