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Cedar Valley

Sawmills and gristmills were early industries for Cedar Valley, operating with the power from Taylor Creek. The community, located at the intersection of Vivian Sideroad and Kennedy Road, was also home to the Canadian National Railway’s Grand Trunk line in 1905, and it served as a shipping point for agricultural produce from Pine Orchard. Pine Orchard, the community at Warden Avenue and Vivian Sideroad, was settled in 1802 by Quaker families who emigrated from Pennsylvania. In 1814, the first meeting house was built here. By 1880, Pine Orchard boasted a cheese factory, blacksmith shops, a shoemaker, a wheelwright, a fledgling honey and maple syrup industry, and a library.

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On the Forest Boarding (OFB) has been in business since 2007. The owners, riders and boarders at this little piece of heaven pride themselves…
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