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Explore 4 UCPlaces digital self-guided tours in Ontario

Welcome to this UCPlaces Where to Live Tour of Brampton, Ontario. My name is Shelly and I’ll be the one showing you around today. Brampton is a suburban city, located in the Greater Toronto area. Its population is over half a million, making it the 9th largest municipality in Canada. Brampton wasn’t always like this though. In the 1950s Brampton’s population was only about 10,000. Call that a jump! Did you know Brampton was once nicknamed “The Flower Town of Canada” due its booming flower growing industry? For a while, Dale’s Estate Nursery was the town's largest employer and was the largest flower business in North America. Offering more than 6,000 acres of parkland, Brampton provides access to a wide variety of outdoor activities. People from around the world have come together to live, work, play and pray in this City. Brampton residents represent more than 170 different cultures and speak more than 70 languages. To start this tour meet me right by Heart Lake Conservation Park.

Places: 10 POIs Distance: 8.44 mi Duration: 35m

Welcome to Prince Edward County, Ontario and this UCplaces tour of the fabulous wineries unique to the area, on behalf of local expert Cheryl Carrier. Cheryl is a proud mom of 3 active boys and an equally proud and supportive military spouse. She is consistently a top performing Realtor recognized for her skills and dedication to clients. Her ability to be relied on as a real estate professional, a volunteer and supporter of community events, lends to a positive effect for all the people in her community. Also, Cheryl likes wine and is excited to share with you this UCPlaces tour of Wineries in Prince Edward County. She would also love to chat with you, so give her a call at 613-242-9139 if you have any questions at all. We are going to start this adventure at Sandbanks Estate Winery. Just follow your navigation and I’ll meet you there! And as always, please drink responsibly.

Places: 10 POIs Distance: 31.8 mi Duration: 1h:45m

Presented by Ahsan Ali. Hi, my name is Shelly, and welcome to this where to live tour of the Regional Municipality of Durham, Ontario on behalf of our local expert Ahsan Ali. Ahsan is a versatile, bilingual professional with over 15 years of management experience, ranging in size from small private projects to full-scale multi-million-dollar high-profile corporate construction projects. He has experience in fast-paced operations management, engineering problem solving, and technical training and consulting. Ahsan’s clients enjoy working with him because he is a skilled planner and problem solver and has demonstrated achievements in process improvement and program management. To his colleagues from entry to the executive level, Ahsan is a team-builder, mentor, and communicator. After the tour, find your home in the Regional Municipality of Durham by calling Ahsan at (647) 886-1289 or email ahsan.ali@blackoaks.ca. Now a little about the Durham Region. The Durham Region is part of the Greater Toronto area, making it a great choice for commuters. Commuters can take advantage of the easy access to the 401 or if they’d rather skip the traffic, take the Go Train. The Go Train has multiple stops in the Durham region including Whitby and Oshawa. It takes only 45 minutes from Oshawa GO to UNION St. GO (downtown Toronto). The Oshawa station also has service to Montreal and Ottawa. The Durham Region is also one of the fastest-growing areas in Canada; its current population of 700,000 is expected to pass 1 million by 2041. Another reason the Durham Region attracts so many people is because of its proximity to Lake Ontario. Oshawa translates to “where we must leave our canoes”. Aside from all the recreation opportunities Lake Ontario offers, The Port of Oshawa handles over $23 million dollars’ worth of cargo each year. Housing multiple plants of GM Motors, Oshawa is known as the Automotive Capital of Canada That's enough about The Durham Region, to start this tour meet me by Pickering Town Centre.

Places: 11 POIs Distance: 33.87 mi Duration: 1h:52m

Welcome to this UCPlaces tour of The Blue Mountains in Ontario. Our local expert Carole Kneeshaw is waiting to answer all of your questions about this beautiful destination. This tour will show you all the great spots to ski, snowboard and enjoy the Winter season as well a few spots like spas and bars where you can defrost . If you like what you see and want to know more about the Simcoe County area, reach out to Carole at 705-790-1463 or send her an email at carole.kneeshaw@exprealty.com. Now a little about the Blue Mountains! The Blue Mountains are named after the, well, the Blue Mountain. The Blue mountain is 76 Meters tall and brings in tourists from all over for skiing, snowboarding and other alpine activities. In the summer, hiking and backpacking are extremely popular on the Mountain as well. The close proximity to Nottawasaga Bay makes this a hot vacation town all season long To start this tour, meet me over by the Bruce Trail trailhead!

Places: 9 POIs Distance: 10.1 mi Duration: 39m