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Welcome to Norval, ON, Canada!
Norval is a village located in south central Ontario, Canada. Norval is an unincorporated community in the town of Halton Hills, Ontario, Canada. Situated on the Credit River, it is located approximately 55 km west of Toronto and is part of the Regional Municipality of Halton.
To find a current listing of events in Norval, Ontario, please visit:
Around 1820 James McNab and his family arrived and built a grist and saw mill on the Credit River.
In 1836 the Post Office was established. Earlier names for the hamlet were McNabsville and McNab's Mill.
In 1838, the mills were sold to Peter Adamson.
Norval became a thriving village, complete with a broom factory, ashery, bakery, woolen and flax mills, carriage works, a blacksmith and harness shops, brass foundry, general stores, several hotels, a Mechanics' Institute and an Orange Lodge. It was a main stop on the stagecoach ride from Guelph to Toronto.
In 1954 the grist mill was destroyed by Hurricane Hazel. In 1972 the remaining structures were removed to expand Highway Seven.
Read more history at NorvalOntario.com
Find a map of Norval here.
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(Statistics for Norval from StatCan in 2006)
- "Welcome to Norval,Ontario" Residents of Norval , Ontarion. 04 Sep 2010. <http://norvalontario.com>
- "Norval,Ontario". Wikipedia. 04 Sep 2010. <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Norval,_Ontario>.