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St. Jacobs country is a rural community that is known for attracting quite a bit of tourism within the Waterloo Region. The Farmer’s Market is its biggest appeal, being Canada’s largest year-round farmer’s marketplace. It is open twice a week, Thursday and Saturday, no matter what the weather is, and also Tuesdays in the summer time. There you can find a large variety of local produce, meats, baked goods, cheeses, and so much more.

Five minutes from the Market is the main strip and village. This town can almost be looked at as a miniature version of Niagara-On-The-Lake, with its quaint shops and small town feel. Many of the shops specialize in its original arts and crafts as well as clothing boutiques.

St. Jacobs has two small theatres of its own, St. Jacobs Country Playhouse and Schoolhouse Theatre which are both part of Drayton Entertainment (a non-profit, charitable theatre company). At these theatres they have put on popular performances such as Hairspray, The Wizard of Oz, and Guys and Dolls.

There is also the Waterloo Central Railway that can take

passengers from Waterloo to St. Jacobs, then back to Waterloo.

Popular restaurants in this community would be Stone Crock Restaurant, Benjamin’s Restaurant and Inn, and Jacob’s Grill.

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“Buying an investment property is an important decision that should not be taken lightly” says Roy Singh Broker of Record for CENTURY 21 Home Realty Inc. in Kitchener Waterloo. The reason is that there is so much to understand when buying an investment property. Most “gurus” want to teach you the “how” to obtain properties and maybe, “what” to do once ... Read More...
Posted by Roy Singh on 2013-06-27

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Blackberry to lay off 4,500 people I have been asked by many concerned people in Waterloo Region, how the laying off of 4,500 people will impact the Real Estate sector in Kitchener Waterloo. While this job loss is significant for any company and community, there is no certainty that all of these job losses will occur here in Waterloo Region. Blackberry (Formerly RIM) currently employs 12,000 people ... Read More...
Posted by Roy Singh on 2013-09-24
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