Schools''' Catholic *Christ the King Catholic Secondary School Public *Georgetown District High School *Gary Allan High School (Adult Education) Architecture of E. J. Lennox Two buildings in Georgetown were designed by Toronto architect E.J. Lennox: *Berwick Hall, the home of John R. Barber (1880-1904) which is now an apartment building. *Georgetown High School (1889–1959) - built 1899 and demolished in 1959 Industry and business Major industries with head offices and facilities in Georgetown include Mold-Masters Limited (Mold Masters), CPI Canada, Eastwood Guitars, and Saputo. Other major industrial concerns include Cooper Standard, ADM Archer Daniels Midland Cocoa (was Ambrosia Chocolate),Howmet Georgetown Casting, a division of Alcoa Power and Propulsion and Kingsbury Technologies (Canada) Inc. The community also serves as the Canadian headquarters of Jehovah's Witnesses. Georgetown has seen an explosion of population growth in the south. This has caused new business to appear including Tim Hortons, Neighbours, Metro (Metro Inc.), and many others. The Georgetown Marketplace is Georgetown's Mall. It has roughly 63 stores, including major companies such as WalMart (Walmart Canada). The mall is home to stores such as: Peoples Jewelers, Coles, Winners & Home Sense, and Ardene. Recreation and parks Hiking trails The Bruce Trail goes through Halton Hills, passing north of Georgetown. The Town is developing a multi-purpose trail system in Hungry Hollow, on old railbeds and various other locations. A citizens group called HHORBA is trying to work with the Town in planning and constructing the trails to be as environmentally friendly, safe for hikers and enjoyable for bicyclists as possible. HHORBA helped construct a one trail and three bridges with members of the Bruce Trail. HHORBA in the past has been a member of the International Mountain Bicycling Association. Skate parks '''Georgetown Skate Park''' Located outside of the Mold-Masters SportsPlex at 221 Guelph Street, this facility was made possible by the co-operative efforts of the Halton Hills Community through the Skateboarders, Inline Skaters & BMX Bikers of Halton Hills (S.I.B.A.H.H) Committee and the Recreation and Parks Department. Funding was provided through generous community donations and the Corporation of the Town of Halton Hills. The facility is user supervised and is managed through posted regulations. Library The Halton Hills Public Library is a two-branch library system. Both branches reflect the historic character of the community. The Georgetown Branch (9 Church Street) is co-located with the Halton Hills Cultural Centre, anchored by the former Methodist Church (now the Art Gallery) and The John Elliott Theatre. The Acton Branch (17 River Street) was built as the community's centennial project in a park setting, across a foot bridge over a creek. Library Highlights Halton Hills Public Library Annual Report 2007 in 2007 include: *Town council approved the Georgetown Branch Renovation Expansion Project in principle. *Popular material was made more accessible through the "Rapid Reads" collection and the "Hot Off The Press" service. *A record breaking donation of $79,291 was received from the Georgetown Homecoming Committee for the Georgetown Branch Renovation Expansion Project. * Convenience was increased through the installation of wireless Internet access and debit service. *Business collections were expanded to offer more programming for small business operators. *General interest programs were reintroduced for adults. *Profile was raised through media coverage partnerships and greater participation in community events. On Saturday January 26, 2013 the renovated Georgetown Branch of the Halton Hills Public Library opened. Halton Hills Public Library Building Projects The renovations included making the library more accessible to the public as well as more environmentally friendly. Media Georgetown is covered by local newspapers and television through the following services: * ''Georgetown Independent'' * TVCogeco * ''The Halton Compass'' Transportation thumb Georgetown Station (File:Georgetown Ontario Railway Station 2.jpg) GO Transit and Via Rail serve Georgetown Station (Georgetown GO Station). There is no local bus service, although the Georgetown Halton Hills ActiVan provides local transportation for individuals with physical disabilities. GO Transit offers both bus and rail services through the Georgetown GO Station. The GO Transit Georgetown rail line runs between Toronto, Georgetown and Guelph. The GO bus connects to many of the nearby communities including Brampton, Toronto, Acton and Guelph. Georgetown is also linked to the Provincial Highway network (List of Ontario provincial highways) by Highway 7 (Highway 7 (Ontario)), and to Highway 401 (Highway 401 (Ontario)) by Trafalgar Road (Halton Regional Road 3 (List of roads in Halton Region, Ontario)), Mountainview Road 9th Line (Halton Regional Road 13 (List of roads in Halton Region, Ontario)) and Winston Churchill Boulevard (Halton Regional Road 19 (List of roads in Halton Region, Ontario)) There are no airports in Georgetown; the closest are Brampton Airport (general aviation) to the north and Toronto Pearson International Airport (domestic and international flights) to the east. Notable residents * Adam Bennett, Former NHL Hockey Player & first round draft pick * Karl Clark (chemist), Member of the Canadian Petroleum Hall of Fame http: www.canadianpetroleumhalloffame.ca karl-clark.html * Kenneth Walter Davidson, Former Speaker of the Legislative Assembly of British Columbia * Jason Dickinson, NHL first round draft pick and prospect * Dan Dunleavy, play by play broadcaster for The Buffalo Sabres and Toronto FC * Timothy Eaton, founder of Eaton's department store * Bob Goldham, five-time Stanley Cup Winner * PJ Haarsma, science fiction author * Mike Harris (Mike Harris (curler)), Olympic curler * Brian Hayward, former NHL Goalie & William M. Jennings Trophy Winner * Shawn Hill, MLB pitcher in the Florida Marlins organization. The '''Georgetown Raiders''' are a Junior "A" ice hockey team from Georgetown (Georgetown, Ontario), Ontario, Canada. They are a part of the Ontario Junior A Hockey League. In Junior "B", the team was known as the "Georgetown Gemini" until 1989. The Raiders won the 2005 Dudley Hewitt Cup. '''Limehouse''' is a community in the Town of Halton Hills (Halton Hills, Ontario) in southern Ontario, Canada. it has a population of about 800 people and its closest neighbours are Georgetown (Georgetown, Ontario) and Acton (Acton, Ontario). Limehouse has many hills, trails and even a small school. '''St. Aloysius Gonzaga Secondary School''' is a Catholic high school located in the Erin Mills community of Mississauga, Ontario, named after Saint Aloysius Gonzaga (St. Aloysius Gonzaga). The school opened in Mississauga in 2001, after spending a year as a holding school in Georgetown (Georgetown, Ontario). It is a joint venture between the city of Mississauga and the Dufferin Peel Catholic District School Board. The school is a multi-use facility, attached to the Erin Meadows Community Centre and Library, which is part of the Mississauga Library System. 6 relocated from Georgetown, Ontario to Black Creek Pioneer Village *Lord Selkirk Boys Pipe Band (Winnipeg, MB (Manitoba)) *The Lorne Scots (Peel, Dufferin and Halton Regiment) (Georgetown (Georgetown, Ontario), ON (Ontario)) *Maple Ridge Pipe Band (Maple Ridge (Maple Ridge, British Columbia), BC (British Columbia)) align center Jun. 11, 1983 align center Georgetown (Georgetown, Ontario), Ontario align center 5' 6"
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