Main Street Unionville welcomes you with all its
charm and history. With an over 200 year heritage, our legacy is on
display as beautiful historic buildings, old mills, churches and more.
Renowned for its pubs, parks and restaurants, the village also hosts
several festivals throughout the year and draws thousands of visitors.
People come to Main Street Unionville to absorb the atmosphere, its
heritage, its shopping and dining. Plus its culture! Within a ½ hour of
Toronto, it’s a wonderful escape from downtown.
For more information visit www.unionvilleinfo.com.
Main Street Markham! Every year the local paper,
the Markham Economist & Sun, has a Readers' Choice contest. And
every year several of the "Best Of ..." stores are on Main Street
Markham! The best bake shop, best pub, best men's wear store, best
jeweller, best insurance agent, best Japanese restaurant, best outdoor
patio, best bicycle shop, best kitchen store, best florist, best ladies
formal wear, best women's accessories, best Italian restaurant, best
pasta, ... well, you get the message!
For information visit www.mainstreetmarkham.com.
Thornhill is divided in half! The east side is in
the City of Markham and the west side in the City of Vaughan. That's
east and west of Yonge Street. Its ethnic composition is very diverse
with large Jewish, Eastern European, Korean, Persian, and Italian
populations. It is a community that has grown extensively from its
early beginnings, reaching north to Richmond Hill and south to Toronto.
Visit and enjoy shopping, recreational activities, schools, libraries
and other conveniences.
for a self-guided tour through the Heritage District of Old Thornhill.
Downtown Markham is a vibrant, entertaining, culturally infused mixed-used development. It includes the Cineplex Cinemas Markham & VIP and the Pride of Canada Carousel, a one-of-a-kind merry-go-round featuring Canadian-themed sculptures.
For more information visit http://downtownmarkham.ca/community.
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