Ameliasburgh, the largest ward in PEC, is named after Princess Amelia, the 15th child of King George III.
In the 1800’s Ameliasburgh was based largely around its thriving grist and flour mill. These days options for culinary adventures have broadened to include, chef-driven-pop-ups ,local home-cooking restaurants, food trucks, and farm stand local creations.
The artistic community, perhaps drawn to the natural beauty of the area, show their works at local galleries and studios.
Ameliasburgh Heritage Village, featured in this design, offers a unique view into the rich history of the area.
First Nations, including the Wendat (Huron), Haudenosaunee (Iroquois), and Mississauga,
dating back over 8,000 years, inhabited the area. There were once over 500 first nations villages in PEC, and a population larger than the current one.
Samuel de Champlain came through the area in 1615.
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