During your visit to the Clovermead Store, you can easily see that Clovermead is much more than just honey. Beeswax Candles and Ornaments, Scented Candles, Maple Syrup and Products, Natural Health Products and Natural Beauty Supplies, Food Spreads, Gifts and Gift baskets and of course their famous Clovermead Honey and Honey Products are all available. Take a relaxing drive down Imperial Road (Hwy. #73) and take a step back in time when you visit Clovermead Apiaries.
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PSTR is an operating tourist railway. We are located in the beautiful, lakeside village of Port Stanley, Ontario, Canada. We have been operating trains safely for over twenty years and look forward to your visit.
The railway has been a part of St. Thomas since 1856 with the completion of the London and Port Stanley Railway. Since then a total of 26 railways have passed through town making St. Thomas what is now known as the "Railway Capital of Canada".
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Elgin County has an enviable history in the defense of Canada and our Canadian way of life, both within our country and abroad. Many battle honours and awards, including even the Victoria Cross, have been won by gallant men and women of this community.
We are your source for fine wines and great outdoor entertainment. For a complete selection of our fine wine and wine-related products, visit the store. Pick your favourite wine, then order online - we’ll send it right to your house!
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A full service campground, day use facilities, hiking trails, year-round special events, and facility rentals there is something for everyone at Springwater Conservation Area.
Stay where the hospitality is warm and the price is right! From Windsor or Toronto take HWY 401, exit 189 (Highbury Ave S.) Left on Centennial Ave. Travel about 1 kilometer. Hotel on left.
This town grew in the 1840s as transportation routes improved and other nearby communities developed. By 1850, Aylmer was the fourth-largest community in Elgin.