Situated on the picturesque Grand River, the city of Brantford is located in the heart of Southern Ontario with direct access to Highway 403.

Brantford is known as the "Telephone City", as it was here that Alexander Graham Bell first conceived the idea for the telephone. Brantford is noted for its beautiful parks and green space as well as being "The Tournament Capital of Ontario", home of the world famous Wayne Gretzky Hockey Tournament held every December.

It has become the home of Laurier Brantford University as well as a satellite campus for both Nipissing University.

With a population of almost 97,000, the city's central location makes it an ideal place to live, work, play and visit.


The town of Paris is located at the confluence of the Grand River and the Nith River just minutes from Brantford on Highway 403.  It is a small, quaint community with the “prettiest little downtown in Ontario”.  Paris is accessible by several highways  and allows for quick easy travel to nearby centers such as Cambridge, Woodstock, Brantford and Ancaster.

Mile Hill Subdivision is a new residential development in Paris.  Located on Rest Acres Road just 1 minute from Highway 403, it is right across from the new Brant Sports Complex.

Woodstock, Ontario, the "Dairy Capital of Canada" is a city with a population of 36,000, the largest centre in Oxford County.

Located on Highway 401 and Highway 403, Woodstock is within easy driving distance to London, Kitchener, Hamilton and Toronto.

The city features tree lined streets, century old homes and a history preserved not only in our Museum and County Court House, but in our downtown buildings and Victorian heritage homes. Pittock Lake Conservation Area, a beautiful natural area is a vital part of our city surroundings.

It is the home to a major Toyota assembly plant, the Cami-Gm auto assembly plant in nearby Ingersoll and many other diversified industries.