The Town Of Goderich

The Town of Goderich, or 'Canada's Prettiest Town', is located approximately 230 km west of Toronto and 130 km north of Sarnia and the border with the United States. The Town was founded by William 'Tiger' Dunlop in 1827, and flourished as a centre for marine activity on Lake Huron. 

Today, Goderich is home to 7,500 people and welcomes thousands more as visitors throughout the year. The numerous festivals, National and Historic Sites, museums, art galleries, sport and recreation facilities, shopping and dining opportunities bring people from near and far to the Town. The unique downtown core, known locally as "The Square", is a centre of activity in the Town and well known landmark.

As the largest urban community in Huron County, Goderich is also a centre of industry for the area. A wide variety of industries are located in Goderich, including the Sifto Canada’s Goderich Mine and Evaporator Plant, Goderich Elevators, Da-Lee Dust Control, and many others.

For more information on the Town of Goderich, please visit their website: www.goderich.ca