Municipality of South Huron

South Huron is a mixed urban rural municipality with a population of 10,000 inhabitants, that includes the urban settlements of Exeter, Stephen and Usborne. We are located at the most southern tip of Huron County and stretch east to Perth County and west to Lambton County in South Western Ontario, being less than one hour away from each of London, Grand Bend, and Stratford, and only 2 hours west of Toronto.

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