Exploring Little Towns around GTA
One of the most historical places in Canada! This is Grimsby. It’s a place that combines parks, architecture and culture all at once. The Town of Grimsby has something to offer for your entire family to keep you entertained and active.
As stated on their website, the Town promotes community relationships and healthy living through our various programs.
The Town of Goderich with approximately 7,500 residents is known as Canada’s prettiest town. It is a small and friendly community where everybody would be glad to meet you. The Town of Goderich combines small town charm with world class amenities.
As stated on their website, Goderich is a community with a rich heritage, and our residents are rightly proud of their history. Municipal and Marine Heritage is an appointed committee of Council and therefore of the community as a whole.
Looking for a picturesque town to enjoy your weekend? Bracebridge is located in the heart of Muskoka, Ontario’s premier cottage country. Only two hours drive north of Toronto and you are here.
According to the website, new retail shopping areas, business parks and residential subdivisions have all sprung up to accommodate the town’s growth in population, which has increased by 13 per cent since 2001.
The town of Cobourg is a lakeside town with a population of 19,440 people. Founded in 1798, today Cobourg is a small sophisticated town with rich heritage, unique atmosphere and nature.
As stated on the website, Cobourg has been recognized multiple times by MoneySense Magazine as “One of Canada’s Best Places to Live” in populations under 25,000. As the largest town in Northumberland County, we are personified by historic Victoria Hall, host a 27.4 million community centre, an educated and skilled labour force, flourishing commercial sector and supportive municipal government.
Since 1858 Collingwood has been a place to live, work and play. You can come here and enjoy a long walk discovering sights and unique places. Collingwood offers a variety of activities for the whole family. Collingwood has over 60 kilometres of trails for cyclists, walkers, joggers, skiers, and snowshoers.
As stated on their website, the Town of Collingwood was the first municipality in Canada to have a Heritage Conservation District. Harbourlands Park was created in 2000 and is situated on the south shore of Nottawasaga Bay, which constitutes the southern extension of Lake Huron’s Georgian Bay.
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