ELORA & FERGUS ONTARIO CANADA
FILMED & PHOTOGRAPHED
BY RYAN JOYCE
Let me introduce you to Centre Wellington.
A township bursting with wonder.
A community bursting with natural wonder meets a magician with a camera.
Thanks for stopping by my Elora and Fergus blog! I'm trying to share my perspective of a unique community, it's sight, sounds original video and exclusive sights and sounds from around Centre Wellington from this guy.
(Photo: Ryan Joyce receiving Melvin Jones Fellow Award with president of Fergus Lions Club, Margaret Murray)
Just a little over 1 hr from Toronto Pearson Airport is the Township of Centre Wellington. A community bursting with wonder. Square-per-inch Fergus and Elora have more unique attractions than any other town in Ontario! Including the stunning Elora Gorge , Elora Quarry and Fergus Scottish Festival & Highland Games
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Stunning visuals from 2018 Highland Games
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Nestled away along the Grand River the area's population is 28,191. (2016 statistics)
Fergus, Ontario Canada
Fergus is the largest community in Centre Wellington, a township within Wellington County in Ontario, Canada. It lies on the Grand River about 18 km NNW of Guelph. The population of this community at the time of the 2016 Census was 20,767, but the community is growing as new homes are being built for sale.
Fergus was an independent town until 1999 when the Township was formed by amalgamating Fergus, the Village of Elora, Ontario and the Townships of Nichol, Pilkington, West Garafraxa and a part of Eramosa
Elora, Ontario Canada
Elora is a community in the township of Centre Wellington, Wellington County, Ontario, Canada. It is well known for its 19th-century limestone architecture and the geographically significant Elora Gorge.
Elora is no longer an independent entity. In 1999, the Township of Centre Wellington was formed by amalgamating the Town of Fergus, Ontario, Village of Elora and the Townships of Nichol, Pilkington, West Garafraxa and a part of Eramosa. In 2011, the community referred to as Elora had a population of approximately 7,756.