Durham Region, the best place to live in CANADA!
HISTORY OF DURHAM
Durham Region had a population of 639,490 in the 2016 Census.
The Region of Durham was established in 1974 as one of several new regional governments in the Province of Ontario, primarily in fast-growing urban and suburban areas.
It encompasses areas that had been part of Ontario County and the United Counties of Northumberland and Durham, and was the culmination of a series of studies into municipal governance in the “Oshawa-Centred Region” that had begun in the late 1960s.
Durham has eight unique area municipalities, each with something new and interesting to discover:
Looking for an adventure on the road less traveled? Then take a trip to Durham Region. We’re an easy drive from the Greater Toronto Area, with a ton of adventures waiting for you to discover. With a charming mix of urban excitement and country charm, Durham is a wonderful place to visit, explore and discover.
Jungle Cat World
Explore the wonders of nature! Discover some fascinating animals, including Lions, Tigers, Jaguars, Snow Leopards etc.
Canadian Tire Motorsport Park
Canadian Tire Motorsport Park (CTMP) is the leading racing and automotive performance facility in Canada.
Thomas Foster Memorial
The Thomas Foster Memorial in the rural hills of Uxbridge Township was inspired by the Taj Mahal and is a magnificent building
Serving Durham Region, including Oshawa, Whitby, Ajax, Pickering, Bowmanville, Courtice, Port Perry, Newcastle, Uxbridge