Brantford is located in Southwestern Ontario on the Grand River. Brantford is sometimes referred to as the “Telephone City”. This is because it was once home to Alexander Graham Bell, the inventor of the telephone.
Brantford was known as “Kandoucho” and “Beavers Happy Hunting Ground” in 1626. Joseph Brant and the Six Nations settled in what they referred to as Brant’s Ford in 1784. In 1785 Joseph Brant built Ontario’s first Protestant chapel. The first post office was built in 1825 and was named Brantford. In 1909, the Royal Canadian College of Organists was established in Brantford. This makes Brantford home to Canada’s oldest national organization of musicians.
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Brantford has 15 different neighbourhoods. A few of the more popular neighbourhoods are:
According to Statistics Canada’s 2011 census Brantford has a population of 93, 650.
The average annual temperature in Brantford of -5.6°C in January and 20.9°C in July.
Brantford has many things for its residents and visitors to do and see such as: