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Phone: (905) 851-8515
Suite 120 - 4550 Highway #7
(Centrally located on the main floor of the medical complex on the north-west corner of Pine Valley Dr. and Hwy. #7)
FUN FACTS ABOUT VAUGHAN &
Climate Extremes in the History of Woodbridge/Vaughan
The hottest day in Winter was in January 13, 2005 with +17 degrees!
The coldest day in Winter was in January 16, 1994 with -34 degress (Before Windchill)!
The hottest day in Summer was July 7th, 1988 and the temperature at the time was +39 degrees!
The coldest day in Summer was June 11th, 1972 and the temperature at the time was almost -2 degrees!
The areas of Mississauga, Huron, Iroquois and the Algonquin were host to the first known Indian settlements in the York Region.
The first white man to step into the region was Etienne Brule from Quebec who was a representative of the governer of New France.
First Agricultural Fair
First ever fair was held on the corner of Islington and Gamble in 1847 on the property of Stegmann Estate.
Early settlements were along a trail that travelled through Woodbridge (known as Burwick at the time) all the way to New Amsterdam (today known as New York) that was used
for trades. Longhouses were the early settlement structures.
More modern settlements were started in early 1800s when the loyalists left United States to settle in areas such as Humber and Don Rivers.
The first two churches made in Woodbridge (Burwick) were Wesleyan Methodist Church (at a location today known as Meeting House Road) and the Anglican Church. United Church which still
exists today along Kipling Street was also one of the early churches made in 1886.
Name change to Woodbridge from Burwick
This name change was very fitting for this area due to numerous bridges that were constructed on Humber river. The main reason for name change however for to avoid confusion
with another city called Berwick.