Kincardine, Ontario, Canada

🇨🇦 Kincardine is a municipality located on the shores of Lake Huron in Bruce County in the province of Ontario, Canada. The current municipality was created in 1999 by the amalgamation of the Town of Kincardine, the Township of Kincardine, and the Township of Bruce. Kincardine is centrally located along Highway 21 and at the west end of Highway 9. There are two taxi companies in Kincardine. Kincardine Taxi and Fred's Cabs. Kincardine Municipal Airport is a modern full-featured airport which can accommodate traffic ranging from light jets to rotary wing aircraft. The town also has a harbour on Lake Huron for tourists who want to travel by water-craft. It is located west of Toronto.

Industry The economy of Kincardine is dominated by the Bruce Nuclear Power Development since the 1970s, which is currently operated by Bruce Power, a private company under lease from Ontario Power Generation. Ontario Power Generation's Deep Geologic Repository for low and intermediate-level waste at the plant has been planned since 2001 and is awaiting federal approval. Since 2016, 7ACRES has been expanding its employment numbers.

There is also a thriving tourist industry, centred on its sandy beaches and Scottish cultural tradition.

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Kincardine has a population of over 11,389 people.

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