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Georgetown is a community in the Town of Halton Hills, Ontario, Canada and is part of the Regional Municipality of Halton. It is situated on the Credit River, located approximately 60 km west of Toronto making it part of the Greater Toronto Area. Georgetown takes its name from George Kennedy, who settled in the area in 1821.

On January 1, 1974, Georgetown became part of the Town of Halton Hills when it amalgamated with the Town of Acton and most of the Township of Esquesing. Together with the Town of Milton, the Town of Oakville and the City of Burlington, the Regional Municipality of Halton was formed, replacing Halton County.

Neighbourhoods

Georgetown grew as new neighbourhoods were added. The oldest section is around Main Street and Church Street. The arrival of the railway produced a new section - around King Street and Queen Street. The Delrex subdivision was the third part of the town that was added. Shortly after Delrex, Moore Park was developed. In 1989, the Georgetown South development began and the town has grown considerably since that point.

Local Events

Georgetown Highland Games The second Saturday in June, Georgetown is host to a variety of Scottish traditional games and celebrations.

Farmers' market A farmers' market operates on Main St. in downtown Georgetown on Saturdays 8:00am – 12:30pm from June through October. The section of Main St. that hosts the market is closed off to vehicles during the event.

Georgetown Fall Fair The Fall Fair was started in 1846. It is held the Friday to Sunday following the Labour Day Weekend. The annual event is held at the Georgetown Fairgrounds and consists mainly of carnival rides and rural contests, such as the tractor pull and demolition derby. The Georgetown Agricultural Society organizes and runs the fair each year.

Local Attractions

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  Brampton was named in honour of the first developer’s English hometown in 1834, which was the same year that York became Toronto. However, immigration has always played a big role in the evolution of the city of Brampton. Ironically, the original Brampton was only a hop, skip and jump from Hadrian’s Wall that was built by the Romans to keep newcomers out. Well, that didn’t ... Read More...
Posted by Martin Minda on 2014-11-25
Discover the flora and fauna this fall, set in one of Canada’s sixteen UNESCO biosphere reserves at Scenic Caves in Blue Mountain.  Learn about the First Nations’ Petun Tribe while exploring the caves formed and carved millions of years ago by glacial ice. 450 million years ago a massive ridge of fossil-rich sedimentary rock began its formation, known as the Niagara Escarpment.  ... Read More...
Posted by Martin Minda on 2014-10-20

Construction and Expansion

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  1) Don’t let heat escape through the doors and windows! Put new seals around old windows frames and panes. Also, slide draft stoppers under doors within your home and attach draft guards to outside-facing doors to keep heat where you want it - inside.   2) Close the big gaps Once you’ve sealed the small leaks, walk around your house with a candle ... Read More...
Posted by Martin Minda on 2014-11-19
Make an informed decision when you buy a condo. Get to know your rights and responsibilities. Choose a topic to get started. Read More...
Posted by Martin Minda on 2014-08-18

Community Events

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November 11th marks a special day where members of the armed forces such as soldiers, sailors and airmen are commemorated.  As Century 21 Millennium honors the men and woman who died for our country, let us also give respect to our wounded warriors. The other common name for this day is Armistice Day which marks the date and time when armies stopped fighting World War I on November 11th ... Read More...
Posted by Martin Minda on 2014-11-08
It’s October and we’re ramping up at Century 21 for ghosts, goblins and Halloween night in the Georgian Triangle. And deep in the caves, rooks and nannies, many bats will be getting ready for a long winter of hibernation. In many parts of the world bats suffer from a bad reputation with superstitious beliefs about them. Regarded as carriers of rabies, bats are considered blood-eaters and beasts ... Read More...
Posted by Martin Minda on 2014-10-28

Family & Kids

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Here you have it, Collingwood, Ontario - Picturesque views, majestic Victorian homes, recreation galore, and all surrounded by the breathtaking sparkling shores of Georgian Bay. If you’re looking for a home away from home in the four-season playground of Ontario, or a dwelling where you and your family can arise every morning of the year to remarkable views and self-satisfaction, then ... Read More...
Posted by Martin Minda on 2014-11-18
Retirement is a new phase of life and for many it’s an opportunity to choose your desired surroundings. When you’re looking for that perfect place to retire there are many things to consider ensuring you are at home, happy and healthy! Located on the southern shores of Georgian Bay and only a short distance drive to Wasaga Beach, Collingwood, Ontario is the perfect place to settle. This area encompasses ... Read More...
Posted by Martin Minda on 2014-11-05

Parks & Recreation

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Home to the longest fresh water sand beach in the world, running 8.7 miles long and located at the eastern and southern side of Georgian Bay, Wasaga Beach draws an astounding two million visitors throughout the year.   When early settlers arrived during the mid-1800’s, properties of Wasaga Beach weren’t worth more than twenty-fives cents an acre; farmers didn’t want ... Read More...
Posted by Martin Minda on 2014-11-10
High on the Escarpment overlooking the Bay and Collingwood is a collection of crevices, flora and fauna, rare native plants and ferns, and the oldest tree East of British Columbia, the Ancient White Cedar. Clinging implausibly to the cliffs, bent and twisted with age, these bonsai-like trees are worth a hike in the woods to view their rare age and spiky branches that seem to be suspended in space. ... Read More...
Posted by Martin Minda on 2014-10-29

Market Reports and Conditions

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The Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA) has released the national home sales activity results for July 2014 as reported through the MLS® and co-operative listing systems. Sales increased from June 2014. Please click here for the details. Read More...
Posted by Martin Minda on 2014-08-22
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Posted by Stanley Kukla on 2014-08-21

Restaurants / Bars / Coffee Houses

  The local restaurant Catch 22 is a sure hot spot for those who value locally raised and grown products including fresh fish caught directly from the striking waters of Georgian Bay. Established in 2004, in Collingwood, and relocating in June of 2012 to Wasaga Beach, Catch 22’s main focus is supporting the local community; even the beer on tap is sourced from local suppliers. They offer ... Read More...
Posted by Martin Minda on 2014-10-14
This review has been a long time coming and I have to say it’s way past due. Tokyo Maki has been a fixture in Brampton since 2009 and with a trendy and contemporary décor the atmosphere is warm and inviting as are the staff. I’ve been dining at this restaurant since the day they opened and I have friends who constantly come from elsewhere in the GTA specifically for the purpose of eating here. ... Read More...
Posted by Stephanie Overholt on 2014-01-08

Schools & Universities

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http://www.torontorealtyblog.com/archives/how-does-a-school-district-affect-the-value-of-your-home/10020#! Read More...
Posted by Jennifer Jones on 2013-11-05
From fashionable neon binders, Batman USB drive characters, trendy tablets, backpacks to hip lunch and locker accessories, this year's collection of the latest school supplies features an expanded assortment of fun, fashionable and functional must-have items. According to Staples Canada, here are the hottest back-to-school product trends for this year's shopping season: Back to Neon From the ... Read More...
Posted by Carol Ireland on 2013-08-12

Shopping

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There is nothing more beautiful than a highway lined with autumn colours. They take one's breath away. But, just as soon as they appear, they're gone and the sub-zero temperatures snap back to take one's breath away. While we can all agree that the prospect of winter is pretty miserable — unless you're a skier — there's really nothing worse than hitting a patch of black ice. According ... Read More...
Posted by Carol Ireland on 2013-11-07
Be sure to mark December 2, 2013 in your calendar – the day when the internet bursts with the most irresistible deals. Starting in the U.S. back in 2005, Cyber Monday has increased in popularity north of the border and follows the beloved shopping holiday known as Black Friday. This annual online shopping extravaganza is arguably more appealing than Black Friday, mostly because deal-finders ... Read More...
Posted by Carol Ireland on 2013-10-07

Sports & Activities

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The City of Brampton’s South Fletcher’s Sportsplex is inviting everyone to drop in to the centre this month as the snow begins to fall and the weather gets even colder. With a pool capacity of 250 people, four arenas, the Brampton Public Library, Don Cherry’s and much more, why not stop in to the Sportsplex for a dip, join in at the gym or take off the edge to relax in the ... Read More...
Posted by Martin Minda on 2014-11-13
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