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Where the Credit River rises and townships meet, there you will find the town of Orangeville. Characterized by its iconic main street, “Broadway”, Orangeville has always put an emphasis on historic beauty. Founded by a man from Connecticut who met a rather tragic end, what started as a tiny village has grown into a thriving community. These days, Orangeville is home to both local workers and GTA commuters. Due to its centralized location, the town acts as a meeting place for many of the surrounding municipalities, making Orangeville vibrant with culture. Many of the town’s original structures still stand today. The Town Hall/Opera house marks the main street and continues to function in its dual role. The Courthouse graces nearby Zina Street, constructed in a similar, classic brick style. The public library can also be found on the main street, and was actually built on entirely donated funds back in…

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Despite what the name may tell you, the town of Mono is actually a large region home to many smaller communities. These picturesque villages line the even more impressive natural beauty of the area, mostly thanks to the Niagara Escarpment. Though small, each of these hamlets are full of heart, as is evident as you visit Hockley Village or Mono Centre. The residents of the area have chosen to live among beauty, and have a strong desire to preserve the integrity of the land of which they are on. If you are one of the lucky locals of this area, you likely want to maintain the classic charm of your home while giving it the updates it so desperately needs. You may be happy to hear that not only has farmhouse kitchen decor come back into style, it is at the cutting edge of modern decor. This means there are…

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Home to some of the most beautiful views in the GTA, Caledon spans a whopping 688 km, making it the largest town in the area! However, if you set out to find the “town” of Caledon, you may find yourself somewhat confused. This elite address to live under actually includes multiple villages and hamlets, such as Alton, Belfountain, Inglewood, Caledon Village and Caledon East. Each of these smaller communities have their own charm and beauty, doing everything they can to preserve their quaint nature. Every one of the communities that make up Caledon has its own flavour. Take Alton, for example, with its historic, pint-size school building which can still be seen as you roll through not far from its famous bakery. Or there’s the Forks of the Credit, with its signature winding roads that will keep even seasoned drivers on their toes. Caledon East sees a grouping of Old…

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The town of Shelburne has always been warm and welcoming. Starting out as little more than a group of cabins, the hamlet became a sought out location for settlers. One of the very first structures to be put up was actually a hotel, further contributing to the town’s hospitality. In fact, Shelburne had such a fun reputation that it wasn’t uncommon for travellers headed north to stay at this train stop instead of continuing on their journeys! Come by this town today and it won’t take you long to discover that this spirit of friendliness still runs rampant among the locals. In recent years, Shelburne has become home to many new subdivisions and developments. With all of this new growth, the town is going through big changes and shows no signs of slowing down. Whether you live in one of these new builds or you are redoing an old gem,…

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You can tell who is local to this town simply by how they pronounce it. But regardless of whether you say “aa-ron” or “ee-rin”, if you are familiar with the little town, consider yourself fortunate. What is now a tight-knit community of over 11,000 started off as a tiny hamlet known as Ballinafad. The area is actually an amalgamation of quite a few different micro-communities, making Erin a unique place to live. A hop-skip-and-a-jump over to the Northwest of Erin is the partner village of Hillsburgh, which began one year after the first settler landed in Erin. Together, these areas have grown into thriving centres of art, culture, music and recreation. The town of Erin and its surrounding hamlets offer all of the historic charm of nearby towns, but have managed to keep the cost of living much lower than comparable communities in the province. The close proximity to the…

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With beautiful stone buildings and picturesque landscapes, Fergus is Ontario’s very own slice of Scotland. The town itself was founded by a Scottish man, and for a time, only Scots could join this community! Down to this day, Fergus still celebrates its Scottish routes – by hosting the Highland Games! This festival-full-of-kilts is a meeting of the clans complete with traditional Scottish eats, blaring bagpipes and incredible feats of strength known as “heavy events”. In fact, the Highland Games is the second largest Scottish gathering outside of the country itself! While strolling through the streets of Fergus, it’s hard not to note all of the gorgeous architecture. The early Scottish settlers constructed the stone buildings that characterize the town to this day. These structures not only look amazing, they were built to last – and they have! At NAK Cabinetry, we agree with this philosophy. We seek to provide all…

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What is now the town of Grand Valley started as little more than one family’s farm. The community has grown slowly but steadily ever since. Mainly agricultural in nature, in recent years the town has undergone a bit of a transformation – turning into a hotspot for new businesses and young families. It is based around the Grand River, which provides a beautiful backdrop to many of the town’s streets. Though Grand Valley is relatively close to many larger communities, it has still managed to maintain more affordable home and tax prices. This is one of the key features that has made it so desirable to families and first-time homebuyers. To freshen up your classic farmhouse, why not look into redesigning your kitchen – the heart of every home! A beautiful tile backsplash or floor can update your space in a big way. NAK Cabinetry is proud to provide an…

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Holding the title for “Longest Freshwater Beach in the World”, Wasaga Beach is known as a place to beat the heat. It has a rich history including battling indigenous peoples, war between Canada and America, and even Canada’s first overseas flight take-off! But, despite being the mouth of the Nottawasaga river and wrought with historic facts, the area is best characterized by bikini bods and volleyball games. Excellent land prices and a scenic location has made the area subject to rapid growth in recent years. While there are many new developments in the area, there are also a high number of house flips, turning crippled cottages into beautiful abodes. If the beach has called to you and you find yourself a local, look to NAK Cabinetry when tackling your home projects. We specialize in kitchens, bathrooms and laundry rooms, pairing cutting-edge design with intelligent home solutions. Whether you are redoing…

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A historic epicentre for centuries, Collingwood sits with its back up to the Niagara Escarpment and its toes dipped in Georgian Bay. What started as a village site for the Iroquoian-Petun people has grown into a community that has stood the test of time. From its famous shipyards to its numerous breweries and distilleries, Collingwood is well-known for good reason! In recent decades, the area has seen a shift in focus from industry to recreation. The town is surrounded by private ski hills, and a well known public hill called Blue Mountain. Owned by the Aspen Skiing Co. the resort has been expanded in to a year round play-center through the development of the Blue Mountain Village – combining restaurants, shops, a golf course as well as other business at the bottom of the ski hill. With these resorts gaining in popularity, many city residents have made Collingwood the spot…

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Though you might not suspect it while cruising through the small streets of Arthur, this village has historic roots that run deep. Take, for instance, the name “Arthur” itself, honouring the famed Irish soldier who defeated Napoleon. Or the fact that even though it was small in size, Arthur was one of the very first spots in all of Ontario to get electricity! It’s also known for the high percentage of residents who fought in the second world war, coming in at just under 40% participation. This farming hamlet has never hit a surge of growth, staying far under the 3000 mark in terms of population. What it has developed is an ever-expanding group of quaint shops and boutiques, attracting visitors from all around the surrounding areas. If you’re searching for handmade items or awesome finds, it really is hard to beat the local small businesses that make up the…

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Halton hills is a vast township, known for its large, rolling hills. The centrepiece of Halton is the community of Georgetown, an area rich in history. The land has been inhabited by numerous indigenous peoples and early settlers through the centuries. George Kennedy (one of the many brothers that came to possess the land) became a key component to the area’s success by his founding of many mills off of Silver Creek. To commemorate his contributions, the community was named after him. Since that time, the small village that Georgetown once was has transformed into a thriving metropolis, bordering the cities of Brampton and Mississauga. Many of the Greater Toronto Area’s perks have spilled into the streets of Georgetown. The community now has access to GO Trains and Buses. This makes it ideal for people who work in the surrounding cities, but would rather hang their hats somewhere that still…

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Ah, Guelph, the “Royal City” that was designed by a poet. Now a thriving community home to multiple industries and a university, it’s roots were much more humble. The area that is now known as Guelph was once the home to neutral First Nations people. But after Scotsman, John Galt, came through, the beginnings of Guelph were born! The name itself commemorates the “House of Welf”, a nod to the British king of the time. The city has attracted well over 100,000 people, and boasts one of the lowest crime rates in the country! Many have made Guelph their home to work at the numerous established and award-winning companies within the city’s borders. Reid’s Heritage Group of Companies, Sleeman Breweries and the University of Guelph are all excellent employers that offer a high-number of quality positions, making it no wonder that the unemployment rate of this area is so low.…

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Back in the early 1800’s, two Bolton boys came together to build a flour mill. It was quite the feat, as they ended up constructing the first-ever water powered grist mill! Fast forward almost two centuries, and you have what has steadily developed since that first industrial endeavour – the town of Bolton! Nestled in the hills at the east end of Caledon, this community is the largest in the area. While constant growth has pushed it’s population close to the 30,000 mark, locals seek to curb these numbers to be able to protect the integrity of their historic roots and small-town feel. With new subdivisions hard to come by, many of the residents in Bolton are looking to upgrade their older homes, or to give already-beautiful abodes a polish. Why not hop on the bandwagon and join in the new trend of stunning quartz or wood countertops as well…

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Newmarket and its surrounding areas have a vast history – dating back to the glacial period, if you really want to get technical! In times post-ice age, this spot was desirable for settlers due to the two rivers that go through the land. Quakers from the south sniffed out the hot spot and brought their colony to the Holland Marsh area. It was these peoples that began to run a “new market” to sell their goods, and so the town was born! Fast-forward a few hundred more years, and you will find the Newmarket of today – a growing city filled with people of all backgrounds. A major highway that heads straight down to Toronto makes this community popular amongst commuters. While the city already houses many new subdivisions, even more neighbourhoods are being planned to accommodate the high demand of homes. Whether you are new to this area or…

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The city of Barrie is well-known for its picturesque location, wrapped around an arm of Lake Simcoe. What it is less known for is its important place in history – both of Canada’s and the world’s! Named after a leader in the Canadian Navy, Barrie grew from a popular native portage, connecting Lake Simcoe to Georgian Bay, into a booming hub for British immigrants. It also offered a chance for a new start to some of the American slaves travelling the Underground Railroad. Walking through the city’s downtown, you can feel the vast history that these streets have seen. While Barrie carries the charm of times passed, it is also on the radar for its recent growth explosion! Many subdivisions have been added at the south end of the city, allowing for easy commuting to the city of Toronto. As the demand for housing in Barrie increases, so do the…

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Ah, Alliston, the quaint, historic town whose claim to fame for the past century has been potato farming. But in recent years, potatoes have had to take a back seat to an even bigger boom in business – Honda! What was once little more than a hamlet of victorian homes has become one of the ten fastest growing communities in all of Canada. This is mainly thanks to the gigantic Honda plant, which set up shop back in 1986. Since that time, the car-making giant has built two more plants to accommodate the demand for their popular brand of automobile. A booming economy has also lead to many new subdivisions popping up to house the host of families looking to move into town. But even though Honda has put Alliston on the map in recent times, the town still honours its original root vegetable of success every year – at…

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