Locations

OSIM Interactive

OSiM Interactive is a business focused on digital marketing, content management systems, and website design and hosting. They are based primarily in Caledonia and Minto.

Reroot Organic Farm

Reroot Organic Farm covers 70 acres of land and sells a wide variety of vegetables, fruits, herbs and honey. Chicken, turkey and pork are also available, as well as free-range eggs. All of their produce is certified organic and they offer a community shared agriculture program.

Steckle's Produce and Flowers

Growing high quality food is not just a business, but a way of life. As farmers, we are motivated by a deep love for the land and a desire to share the goodness of homegrown with you and your family. Visit our farm and experience the benefits of choosing family farm fresh.

Harriston Cemetery

The Harriston Cemetery is located on Jessie Street at the southern end of Harriston.

Town of Minto Heritage Association

Involved in microfilming old newspapers, recording life stories and graveyard inscriptions, presenting exhibits at the Minto Heritage Gallery, and recently publishing two books, the Minto Heritage Association keeps itself well occupied. The small club endeavors to preserve local history through a number of action-oriented projects and educational offerings.

Minto Heritage Plaque: Rev. Smithhurst

Reverend john Smithurst was ordained by the Church of England in 1939 and served as a missionary to the aboriginal people at the Red River Settlements in Manitoba for twelve years. He settled in the Township of Minto in 1852 when he was appointed Rector of St. John's Anglican church in Elora, Ontario.

West Meadow Press

Run by Wesley Bates, West Meadow Press is a small print shop featuring multiple letterpresses. Adjacent to the Wesley Bates Gallery, it provides a street-side view of an artist at work.

Wesley Bates

Wesley Bates is an artist and wood engraver whose work is nationally renowned. He owns the Wesley Bates Gallery and West Meadow Press in Clifford. He also works closely with the Minto Arts Council and other community organizations.

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