Guelph Ontario aka "The Royal City" Is located approximately 50 km west of Toronto Pearson Airport, 45 km North of Hamilton, and 25 km East of Kitchener.
Guelph is home to the University of Guelph, Manufacturing companies like Linamar, and the OHL's Guelph Storm.
The history in Guelph runs deep and the scenery is second to none. Take a walk downtown Guelph to see a mix of older architecture and with modern conveniences.
With easy access to the 401, HWY 7, and HWY 6, as well as GO trains and buses running to Toronto daily it makes it easy to call Guelph home!
Fun Fact: Guelph was home to John McCrae- Author of the poem In Flanders Fields
Take Highway 6 only 20 km north of Guelph and you will find Centre Wellington. Including the Town of Fergus, the Village of Elora, and the Townships of Nichol, Pilkington, West Garafraxa, and part of Eramosa, Centre Wellington is a great place to call home.
The Grand River running through the heart of Fergus and Elora gives the area picturesque scenery, and a perfect mix of big city amenities and small town charm.
Including attractions like Bellwood Lake, the Elora Gorge, and events like the Fergus Highland Games and Scottish Festival, Centre Wellington is one of a kind.
Fun Fact: Fergus is home to Professional hockey players and brothers Brock, Jamie, and Tye McGinn who host The McGinn Brother's Big Game which is a ball hockey tournament for youth aged 7-14 with all proceeds being raised for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Center Wellington.
Moving North along Hwy 6 you will come across Wellington North which begins slightly south of Hwy 9 and runs north past Hwy 89.
Including the Village of Arthur, the Town of Mount Forest, and several wonderful townships Wellington North is rural living at it's finest.
If you're looking for space or a truly small town feel Wellington North is where you want to look. Living in a community where everyone is ready to pull together and help their neighbour in times of need is truly magical.
While Mount Forest has all major amenities , Fergus and Guelph are only a short drive away to get anything else you might need.
Fun Fact: Arthur has the designation of being Canada's most patriotic Village. By the end of World War 2 from the approximately 890 people who called Arthur Home, just over 360 enlisted in the war.