Business & Office Supplies
Aben Graphics Ltd (800) 361-7282
Brendish Computers 5 73 King William St, P1H 1E5
Computer Tech 12 Main St West, P1H 2E1 (705) 787-1013
Cottage Country Flowers 1 King William St, Unit 4, P1H 1G7 (705) 788-1281
Health & Beauty
Pets, Animals & Livestock
Back of Beyond Equine Centre RR2, 2572 Muskoka Rd 10, P1H 2J3
Christmas Tyme 78 Main St East
Advertising & Marketing
Creative One Design & Marketing Inc (705) 788-3932
Big Print & Lamination Company
Billingsley Funeral Home 430 Ravenscliffe Rd (705) 789-8982
Camp Tawingo (705) 789-5612
A Friend in Need 219 Main St
Health & Beauty
CrossFit Muskoka 61 King William St, P1H 1E5 (705) 788-9154
Hair & Esthetics
Gemini Hair Studio 59 Main Street East (705)789-0110
Hair Creations by Martha 25 Mackenzie Drive, P1H 0A1 (705) 788-2242
My Hair 76 Centre Street North, P1H 1T4 (705) 787-1997
Amba Health & Beauty Spa Delta Grandview Resort (705) 789-4417 ext 5811
Pet, Animals & Livestock
Happy Tails for Cats and Dogs 1393 Brunel Rd, Huntsville, P1H 2J3 (705) 789-9181
Algonquin Park Photography Tours (705) 789-3126
Cavalcade Color Lab Foto Source 34 King William St, P1H 1G5 (705) 789-9603
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Amish and Mennonites of Ontario
The Canadian federal and provincial governments regard the Mennonites as people distinct from others living in this country. Mennonites may also be considered an ethno-religious group.
The Amish, the Old Order and the Old Colony Mennonites are small, rural groups who continue to live separately from the rest of society. Agriculture is their chief occupation. They generally wear distinctive traditional dress or plain dress, attend separate schools, and shun technological advances (with exceptions) and 'worldly' entertainments.
Just east of Aylmer is a sizable Old Order Amish community. This particular Amish community avoids the use of automobiles, electricity, and most modern conveniences.
The Old Order Mennonites and Amish can also be seen in the villages of Elmira and St Jacobs, just north of Kitchener and Waterloo. St Jacobs is a pretty place with an old fashioned feel. The village is famous for its Farmers' Market which is open all year round. The local Mennonite and Amish farmers bring their fresh fruits and vegetables, baked goods, preserves, and maple syrup.
picture credit: Discover Southern Ontario
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