Strathroy is a beautiful community to call home. If you’re moving to or from Strathroy, let us know how we can be of assistance. Strathroy is located 35km west of the City of London, in Ontario. It is the largest community in Middlesex County, situated outside of London. It was incorporated as a village in 1860, and then later became a town in 1872. The population is approximately 20,000. It is at the border to Port Huron, in Michigan, US, at Sarnia, Ontario. It is part of the Strathroy-Caradoc municipality which also includes another large community, Mount Brydges. Major industries in Strathroy include automotive manufacturing, agriculture, and food processing.
Strathroy weather varies throughout the year. The record high was in July, with 39 degrees. The record low was -34.4 in February; whereas, the daily mean is 8.4 degrees celsius. The average snowfall in cm is 172 cm. Although there is rainfall every month of the year, the average rainfall is 794 mm.
On March 22, 2004, the town had a 117-year-old train station destroyed by teenage boys who started the fire. In 2005, Strathroy was connected to the Lake Huron water pipeline in order to end the town’s dependency on groundwater and wells.
There are several outdoor activities one can partake in including trails for hiking, canoeing, cycling, as well as wetlands for birding. There are also some conservation areas that one can enjoy and discover the historic villages that are within.
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