Delaware is a small town so if you’re moving here as a change of lifestyle from the city life, ensure you hire the right moving company to make the process stress-free. Delaware is a community that’s situated about 10 km west of and outside of London, Ontario. This town can be accessed by the old way that links London and Chatham along with the freeway that links Sarnia along with Toronto and Port Huron. Delaware first populated by Native Indians, and later by the Attawandarons. Upper Canada was divided into 19 countries in 1792 and led to the formation of Delaware Township. The first man to settle in Delaware was Ebenezer Allen - many books were written about him at the time. The present village of Delaware was established in 1832.
The climate in Delaware is usually cold and temperate. Delaware has a significant amount of rainfall annually -- even in the driest months, with an average of 926mm. The average annual temperature is 7.7 degrees celsius.
Although the community of Delaware is relatively small in size, it has a number of tourist destinations. The oldest race track in Canada is situated in Delaware called “Delaware Speedway.” It hosts stock car racing every Friday night, in addition to Saturday and Sunday race features, throughout the summer. There is a conservation area that is a recreated Iroquoian village with tours, and a museum. The Longwoods Road Conservation Area hosts an annual native festival for those interested in re-enactments.
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