North Middlesex, Ontario

North Middlesex, Ontario


North Middlesex, Ontario

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North Middlesex is a municipality in Middlesex County, Ontario, Canada.

The restructured municipality of North Middlesex was incorporated on January 1, 2001. This amalgamation joined five municipalities — the townships of East Williams, West Williams and McGillivray, the town of Parkhill and the village of Ailsa Craig — to form one municipal corporation. North Middlesex has a population of about 6,980.

North Middlesex is located in the north of Middlesex County, north of London, Ontario.


Ailsa Craig

Ailsa Craig is a community in western Ontario on the Ausable River, often referred to as simply "Craig" by the local residents. Ailsa Craig is best-known for its annual Kub Kar event. The town is the birthplace and home of Earl Ross, the first non-American to win a NASCAR Nextel Cup race, which he did in 1974. Earl was also Nascar Winston Cup Rookie of the year in 1974. The winningest harness horse driver in the world also hails from the Ailsa Craig area. With over 10,000 wins, John Campbell is one of the youngest members to enter the Harness Horseman's Hall of Fame. Ailsa Craig was named by the Craig family after a namesake island in the outer Firth of Clyde, Scotland, and the word is derived from the Gaelic, Aillse Creag, or Creag Ealasaid, meaning "Elizabeth's rock". In the early 1900s, Ailsa Craig was a thriving village with several hotels, mills and served as the commercial hub for the farm businesses in the area. Located on the...
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