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Huron County

Huron County Immigration Portal

Huron County is located in Southwestern Ontario, on the coast of Lake Huron. Known as Ontario’s West Coast, Huron County covers about 3,400 square kilometres.

A leader in numerous areas of agricultural technology and innovation, Huron County is one of the most agriculturally productive counties in Ontario. In Huron, you will find a variety of recreational and cultural activities, excellent healthcare and comprehensive educational opportunities for all ages, and many engaging, friendly communities.

Huron County offers a strong economy, a low cost of living, numerous career and business opportunities, and a healthy lifestyle, all within a setting of exceptional charm and natural beauty.

Visit the Huron County municipal immigration portal to find information about living, working and doing business in this beautiful area of the province.

For more information on housing costs and trends, please visit the section for Huron County on the Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA) website.

Overview

A unique combination of urban amenities and a friendly, rural lifestyle make Huron County the perfect place for business and family.

 Huron County and neighbouring cities:
Proximity to large centres Toronto Hamilton Kitchener-Waterloo London
Approximate distance 200 km 160 km 90 km 80 km

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 Population size of Huron County:
Population 60,000 residents
 Major industries in Huron County:
Key industries Agricultural technology and innovation
 Housing in Huron County:

Average house price
(single family detached)

$170,000
 Climate in Huron County:
Average temperatures January July
Years: 1971-2000 -5C 22.7C
 

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Geography, nature and climate

Municipalities and their services

Outdoor activities

Places of worship

Recreation

Transportation

The Huron County municipal immigration portal is funded and administered through the Ministry of Citizenship and Immigration, as part of the Municipal Immigration Information Online (MIIO) Program. Visit the Cities and Towns section of OntarioImmigration.ca for other municipal immigration portals.