Cornwall, the Little City with the Big Personality.

September 8, 2017

Come home to a vibrant community.

 

 

 

Cornwall, Ontario, has a population of 46,340 people in an area of 753.2/km2. The total metro area is about 59,000 people.

 

The largest industries in the city are logistics distribution and call centres. The Seawy International Bridge is one of the most important points for exporting and importing to and from the United States. There is a Walmart Logistics Warehouse, Shoppers Drug Mart Distribution centre, and Benson Auto Parts located in the city’s industrial park.

 

Things to do in Cornwall

 

Cornwall Ribfest is an annual festival that has nearly 60,000 attendees. Amazing barbeques, free live music, and carnival rides are all part of Ribfest.

 

There are some outstanding restaurants in Cornwall, including Eight Zero Zero, ESCA, Schnitzels and Table 21. The city is also home to restaurants from all over the world: Thai, Greek, Italian, Vietnamese, Mexican, and Chinese foods. 

 

You can visit St. Raphael’s Ruins is a wondrous place with lots of history.

 

The Cornwall Triathlon is happens at the end of August each year to test the mettle of Cornwall residents and people from all over Canada and the US. Beer and music is also held in late August, featuring local tunes and suds.

 

Lamoureux Park is one of the city’s favorite places to play. It’s also home to the Vintage Vehicles Down by the River event. The park located on the shoreline of the St. Lawrence River is a gorgeous open space. 

 

The city also features:

 

Living in Cornwall

 

Is Cornwall, On. a good place to live? Cornwall is home to a vibrant community. Families and people at every stage of life live in and love Cornwall.

 

Cornwall has lots of physical activities, like golf, curling, biking, fishing, and boating. The city also has very affordable housing and electricity rates.

 

The city is home to some of the finest schools in the province. St. Anne Catholic, Central Public, Sacred Heart, and École élémentaire catholique Notre-Dame are among the schools that help to provide the young people of Cornwall with the tools they need to succeed and grow themselves and this great city.

 

Cornwall is also one of the most popular places in Ontario for retirees. The outdoor and indoor activities are a huge draw. The low cost of living and housing makes it easy to retire to.

 

Home prices in Cornwall are available in every range, from $100,000 and up. Homes vary from brand new construction to buildings that are nearly 100 years old. 

 

Cornwall is perfect for every stage of life, from birth to retirement. 

 

 

 

 

Join us in Cornwall and see what a great Canadian city feels like!

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