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Huron East Economic Development

The largest of Huron County's nine municipalities, Huron East is a composite of productive farmland and industrial properties, innovative technology, a medical research centre, and a strong entrepreneurial spirit, positioning itself well within competitive markets.

Its natural and built heritage is unmistakable, gracefully cloaking the towns, hamlets and open countryside that complement Huron East. Vanastra, a small community built on the historic site of a WWII air force training base, offers a good mix of residential and commercial development, and is located on two major highway corridors, within close proximity to rail, air and harbour depots.

Seaforth, with its wide main street and well-preserved 19th century architecture, is a viable business district hosting an attractive blend of service and retail. Only minutes from its core is "The Bridges of Seaforth", an adult lifestyle community, showcasing the best of rural and urban living, including a well appointed recreational facility equipped with tennis courts and indoor pool, both overlooking a championship golf course.

Located to the north of our municipality is the Village of Brussels, a vibrant agricultural and industrial hub, staged with magnificent old mansions and the idyllic Maitland River, which winds its way through well-kept residential neighbourhoods. Undeniably, Huron East offers investors and newcomers an attractive choice to relocate.

We invite you to make Huron East part of your future.


For further information on investment opportunities or relocating to Huron East, contact Jan Hawley, Economic Development Officer or call 519.527.0160 x 34.