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The Community

Belleville is the largest town in the Quinte region, and one of the fastest growing cities in Canada. From its bustling downtown streets to the quiet and residential suburbs, Belleville offers all you could ask for in a mid-sized town. Situated along the northern shore of the Bay of QuinteBelleville has a stunning and vibrant waterfront and offers residents numerous outdoor activities and scenic walking trails. With an accomplished and diverse culinary scene, a variety of stores & boutiques, and a strong community presence, Belleville is the ideal place to call home.

Located in the heart of Quinte WestTrenton is situated along the beautiful shores of the Bay of Quinte. The nautical-oriented downtown district features two marinas, a fishing pier, stores, and restaurants. Trenton is also the home of the Canadian Air Force Base and the National Air Force Museum of Canada. This growing community is a popular fishing destination and is surrounded by a number of conservation areas and waterfront trails. Trenton has a vibrant and exciting community and cultural scene and hosts numerous events and festivals throughout the year.

The village of Stirling is one of only three communities in Canada designated as a National Historic Site. This unique community is steeped in history and tradition and still maintains its rural charm. Popular attractions including the Michelsen Farmstead (a Provincial Historical Site), the Stirling Grand Trunk Railway StationStirling Festival Theatre and Farmtown Park, which reflects upon the agricultural history and culture of the area. Downtown Stirling boasts charming boutiques and antique stores, and a number of delicious restaurants can be found in the area.

Prince Edward County is renowned for its idyllic beaches along the shores of Lake Ontario and its quaint, picturesque villages. The County is a welcoming and friendly community, rich in culture and history. Prince Edward County has recently become a premier wine and culinary destination, attracting visitors from all over the province. There are now dozens of wineries in the region, as well as numerous cafes and fine restaurants. The charming towns of Bloomfield and Picton exemplify small town living at its finest, with their charming homes & cottages and hospitable inhabitants.

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