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Location: Nelson St. W. (next to Hospital)
Signage: Meaford
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Meaford - Southwestern Ontario
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Area Information
The Canadian Army maintains a training facility, 4th Canadian Division Training Centre Meaford (4 CDTC), 5 kilometres (3.1 mi) northwest of the town of Meaford. In 183, this area was part of the St. Vincent Township. The first settler was from Ireland, before the townsite was laid out by Charles Rankin in 1845 and called Meaford. By in 1865 the community was booming and was connected by steamship and roads with the railway at Collingwood. The community became a town in 1874. In 2001, with the amalgamation of various municipalities in Southern Ontario, St. Vincent Township, Sydenham Township and the Town of Meaford, were amalgamated to form one municipality entity, Sydenham Township. Wikipedia

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