Caledon,Ontario,Canada

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Caledon,Ontario,Canada

Caledon is a village located in south central Ontario, Canada. "The Town of Caledon was established on January 1, 1974 in conjunction with the creation of regional government. Representing an amalgamation of the former County of Peel townships of Albion, Caledon and the northern half of Chinguacousy, the Town of Caledon forms the northern municipality of the present Region of Peel. The name Caledon was chosen through public referendum in 1973; the other choices on the ballot were Albion and Cardwell, the latter being an historic electoral district from 1867-1908 that encompassed the Town of Orangeville and four neighbouring townships. Source:Town of Caledon

  • Caledon Village Association provides a voice for the Village and its residents at the municipal, regional, and provincial levels. Through community and local government involvement, the Caledon Village Association enhances the identity of Caledon Village with prominence attached to safety, beautification, and commercial revitalization while respecting community heritage.