Durham is a community in the municipality of West Grey, Grey County, Ontario, Canada. Durham is located near the base of the Bruce Peninsula. The population of Durham has stayed steady at roughly 2500 people over the past decade.
The Town of Durham has a lot to offer. Stroll past quaint shops, housed in stone architecture. Drop in to the Neustadt Springs Brewery, reputed to be the oldest operating brewery in the Province and take a tour of the Caverns deep underneath. Gourmet foods made with their products will delight your taste buds.
About East Gwillimbury
East Gwillimbury is a town on the East Holland River in the Regional Municipality of York. It is part of the Greater Toronto Area of south-central Ontario, in Canada. It was formed by the amalgamation of the Township of East Gwillimbury with all the previously incorporated villages and hamlets within the township. The main centres in East Gwillimbury are the villages of Holland Landing, Queensville, Sharon, and Mount Albert. The Civic Centre (municipal offices) are located along Leslie Street in Sharon. The northernmost interchange of Highway 404 is at the south edge of East Gwillimbury; though at present, is currently being extended north to Ravenshoe Road in Georgina along East Gwillimbury's most northern border.
The Town of East Gwillimbury boasts a variety of living environments including fully serviced urban areas, partially-serviced suburban areas, rural hamlets, estate residential subdivisions and rural agricultural land. Early settlement of the area dates back to the late seventeen hundreds. Many attractive historic buildings are still in existence which enhance the atmosphere of East Gwillimbury.