Cobourg

What is Cobourg known for?


their arts and crafts

building in the town is now open as the Sifton Cook Heritage Centre and operated by the Cobourg Museum Foundation. thumb Downtown Cobourg, Ontario, Canada. Aerial View taken from a DJI Phantom Vision (File:Downtown Cobourg Aerial View.jpg) Cobourg has a multitude of beautiful, well-maintained parks. The Cobourg Waterfront Festival, held in Victoria Park and the nearby beach and harbour, is an annual arts and crafts event occurring on Canada Day. It began in 1987 as a part of the town's

celebration with arts, food, crafts, entertainment, vendors, events for kids. * Two nine-hole golf courses (Cobourg Creek Golf Course +1 905-373-4444 and Roxburgh Glen +1 905-372-8924) operate locally. Buy * Eat *


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Ontario to the west. It is located along Highway 401 (Ontario Highway 401) (exits 472 and 474) and the former Highway 2 (Ontario Highway 2) (now Northumberland County Road 2). To the south, Cobourg borders Lake Ontario

. It is situated approximately midway between downtown Toronto and Kingston (Kingston (Ontario)). Get in Cobourg is located just south of Highway 401 (Windsor-Quebec corridor) at exits 472 (Burnham St.) or 474 (Baltimore Rd. Division St.). *

Western url http: www.bestwestern.com prop_66038 email address 930 Burnham St. lat long directions Hwy 401 exit 472 south phone +1 905-372-2105 tollfree +1-866-COBOURG fax hours price checkin checkout content Indoor pool, Arthur's Restaurant, whirlpool hot tub, business centre, meeting facilities for up to 425 people. *


largest industry

Institute East (CDCI EAST), CDCI West and St. Mary's Secondary School), Cobourg is home to a satellite campus of Fleming College. Food processing is the largest industry in Cobourg, and it is home to operations of companies like SABIC Innovative Plastics and Weetabix. The Cobourg Cougars play in the Ontario Provincial Junior A Hockey League. Cobourg's beach, Victoria Park Beach, is very popular among residents and tourists of Cobourg. Host to volleyball tournaments


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. It is situated approximately midway between downtown Toronto and Kingston (Kingston (Ontario)). Get in Cobourg is located just south of Highway 401 (Windsor-Quebec corridor) at exits 472 (Burnham St.) or 474 (Baltimore Rd. Division St.). *

as wedding venue. *

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impressive stone

seminary that became integrated into the University of Trinity College in Toronto in 1852. Standing at the heart of the downtown is Victoria Hall, a building that now serves as the town hall, as well as home of the Art Gallery of Northumberland, the Cobourg Concert Hall, and an Old Bailey-style courtroom that is now used as the Council chamber. Victoria Hall was designed by architect Kivas Tully. The landmark is known for its impressive stone work. Charles Thomas Thomas (1820-1867


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stops in Cobourg on selected Toronto-Kingston (Kingston (Ontario)) runs. The nearest major airport is in Toronto. The community is also accessible by boat, with one marina on Lake Ontario: *

launch ramp, fishing charter boats. Get around * A segment of Canada's Waterfront Trail is open to cyclists on a former rail right-of-way in the Cobourg area. * See *

Victoria Hall url http: www.concerthallatvictoriahall.com email address 55 King St. W. lat long directions phone +1 905-372-2210 (concert hall box office) tollfree +1-855-372-2210 fax +1 905-372-0781 hours price content 1860 Palladian style city hall with Old Bailey-style courtroom, Concert Hall and ballroom. National Historic Site with Grecian columns, stone-cut insignia and clock tower. Vintage film festival in late October. Guided tours year-round, site is available


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Conference of Bishops. On July 1, 1837, Cobourg was officially incorporated as a town. In 1841 the Upper Canada Academy's name was changed to Victoria College (Victoria University in the University of Toronto). In 1842 Victoria College was granted powers to confer degrees. Victoria College remained in Cobourg until 1892, when it was moved to Toronto and federated with the University of Toronto. In 1842, John Strachan founded the Diocesan Theological Institute in Cobourg, an Anglican

technology, this economic link decreased in importance. On December 20, 1951, Cobourg experienced media attention as a Curtiss C-46 Commando crash landed in local farmer Charles Wilson's field. 12 Cobourg was the site of No. 26 Ordnance Depot, later Canadian Forces Station Cobourg (CFS Cobourg), from 1953 to 1971. Throughout the late 1980s and early 1990s, the town invested heavily in purchasing property along


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Conference of Bishops. On July 1, 1837, Cobourg was officially incorporated as a town. In 1841 the Upper Canada Academy's name was changed to Victoria College (Victoria University in the University of Toronto). In 1842 Victoria College was granted powers to confer degrees. Victoria College remained in Cobourg until 1892, when it was moved to Toronto and federated with the University of Toronto. In 1842, John Strachan founded the Diocesan Theological Institute in Cobourg, an Anglican

technology, this economic link decreased in importance. On December 20, 1951, Cobourg experienced media attention as a Curtiss C-46 Commando crash landed in local farmer Charles Wilson's field. 12 Cobourg was the site of No. 26 Ordnance Depot, later Canadian Forces Station Cobourg (CFS Cobourg), from 1953 to 1971. Throughout the late 1980s and early 1990s, the town invested heavily in purchasing property along


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* Connect Wi-fi is available at Victoria Park Cobourg Marina, at the train station


black people

% other religions *17.1% non-professing '''Racial Profile''' *91.4% White (White (people)) *4.4% Aboriginal (Aboriginal peoples in Canada) *3.8% Korean (Korean people) *0.7% Black (Black (people)) Attractions Cobourg retains its small-town atmosphere, in part due to the downtown and surrounding residential area's status as a Heritage Conservation District. The downtown is a well-preserved example of a traditional small-town main street. Victoria Hall, the town hall completed in 1860

Cobourg

'''Cobourg''' is a town in the Canadian (Canada) province of Ontario, located in Southern Ontario to the west. It is located along Highway 401 (Ontario Highway 401) (exits 472 and 474) and the former Highway 2 (Ontario Highway 2) (now Northumberland County Road 2). To the south, Cobourg borders Lake Ontario. To the north, east and west, it is surrounded by Hamilton Township (Hamilton, Ontario (township)).

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