One of Canada’s most historic and charming towns, Niagara-on-the-Lake is nestled along the shores of Lake Ontario. The town hosts millions of people annually who travel all around the world to experience its historic sites and countless wineries and vineyards. Residents can choose to live in period-restored heritage homes or one of many new developments, and have access to breathtaking parks and gardens.

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Small town and rural

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Old Town, Virgil, St. Davids, Queenston

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Elementary: 2 public, 1 Catholic; Secondary: Students are bussed to nearby schools; Niagara College, Niagara-on-the-Lake Campus

Public Transit:

Niagara on the Lake Transit bus service

Highway Access:

Queen Elizabeth Way (QEW), Highway 405

Public and Recreational Facilities:

Arena; community centre; library; 2 outdoor pools

Key Features:

Heritage buildings and houses throughout Old Town and main street; waterfront location (situated on Niagara River and Lake Ontario); top tourist destination; historic sites; world-renowned Shaw Festival theatre; wine country hub with 20+ wineries; culinary hotspot; golf courses; numerous parks and cycling paths; many tender fruit farms and vineyards.