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​​​​Procurement Division​​

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​Our Mission:
To ensure that the Procurement Division​​ meets the current and future needs of the Corporation by employing effective and innovative methods for procurement.

Our responsibilities include the development of policies that foster an efficient ethical and transparent environment.

Our Vision:
Our vision is to provide resourceful professional services to both internal and external customers while adhering to government legislation and sound business practices.

Our Values:

  • Open, fair and transparent processes
  • Employment of Best Practices to facilitate ease of procurement
  • Competence, excellence, efficiency, objectivity and impartiality
  • Continuous development of purchasing excellence


As a result of changes to the Workplace Safety and Insurance Act, 1997, independent operators, sole proprietors, some partners in a partnership and some executive officers who work in construction will be required to have WSIB coverage effective January 2, 2013. For more information regarding these changes, go directly to the WSIB website.
All contractors completing work on Town property are required to provide a valid Certificate of Insurance and Workplace Safety and Insurance Board prior to commencing the work.

Acces​sibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005 (AODA):

We are committed to preventing and removing barriers to accessing goods and services for persons with disabilities. We are bound by the Standards under the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005.

Regulations enacted under the Act apply to all designated public sector organizations and third parties providing goods and services to members of the public on behalf of the Town of Bradford West Gwillimbury.

Consultants or Contractors, their employees and all sub-contractors hired by the Consultants or Contractors to complete their work, must meet or exceed compliance with all applicable regulations under the Act, which came into effect on January 1, 2010. It is the responsibility of the Consultant or Contractor, as well as their employees and any sub-contractors, to meet all design standards under the Integrated Accessibility Standards Regulations throughout the entirety of a project.​