Community Involvement

At Bradley Law, we believe that everyone has a social responsibility to give back to their community.

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Pembroke Petawawa District Community Foundation

Matthew Bradley is the Chair of the Foundation and has been since its inception in 2007. The Foundation supports numerous organizations throughout our community, and Bradley Law encourages the Foundation's mandate to pool resources together in the community to meet its greatest needs.

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Algonquin College Business Advisory Committee

Over the years, individuals from a variety of business settings throughout our community have come together to aid Algonquin College in the development of their business program to be in accordance with local business needs.
At one point, Allan and Kathleen Huckabone made a transformative donation of $500,000 to the Algonquin College Waterfront Campus.

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Pembroke Soccer Club

At one point, the Pembroke Soccer Club was on the verge of collapse as there was a shortage of volunteers. Mr. Bradley responded to a community appeal and composed a Board to save the local soccer club of 600 children.

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Pembroke Regional Hospital

At one time, the provincial government ordered the amalgamation of several hospitals across Ontario. It was a challenging time in our community with the merger of the Pembroke Civic Hospital with the Pembroke Regional Hospital, therefore, Mr. Bradley sat on the Board to help the appeal the government's decision to close the Civic hospital. At this time, the PRH has become a regional hub of fantastic medical services, and Bradley Law continues to support the hospital.

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Canadian Politics

Mr. Bradley actively participated in provincial and federal politics by supporting campaigns and being a member of an official federal political party. Regardless of the political party, Bradley Law encourages the idea of taking an interest in the prevailing political issues of the day.

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