Tillsonburg

Tillsonburg is a town in Oxford County, Ontario, Canada.

Tillsonburg is a town of 15,301 located about 50 kilometres southeast of London, on Highway 3 at the junction of Highway 19 the closest route to Highway 401 at Ingersoll, Ontario. Although the town population is listed as 15,301, the town is a regional hub for business, industry, health care, education, agriculture, government and emergency services which serves a catchment/trade area of nearly 225,000 people.

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Tillsonburg Thunder - History
... The Tillsonburg Vipers were founded in 2001 as a Senior "AAA" team in the Ontario Hockey Association's Major League Hockey ... Tillsonburg's best season was the 2005-06 season ... On May 14, 2008, the WOAA granted expansion to the Tillsonburg Vipers ...
Tillsonburg Airport
... Tillsonburg Regional Airport, (ICAO CYTB), is located 3 NM (5.6 km 3.5 mi) north of Tillsonburg, Ontario, Canada ... The Tillsonburg Regional Airport began as a World War II era flight training facility which subsequently was purchased by the Town of Tillsonburg in 1970 ... The Tillsonburg Regional Airport has the only paved runway in Oxford and nearby Norfolk Counties ...
Tillsonburg - Clubs and Organizations - The Station Arts Centre
... including The Bridge Street Artists, The Stationhouse Potters, The Tillsonburg Photography Club, The Tillsonburg and Area Miniature Enthusiasts (T.A.M.E), The Tillsonburg ...
Tillsonburg Thunder
... The Tillsonburg Thunder are a Senior ice hockey team based in Tillsonburg, Ontario, Canada ...
Ontario Tobacco Belt - History
... The song Tillsonburg by classic country music performer Stompin' Tom Connors would capture the hard working spirit of the Ontario tobacco belt during the middle of the 20th century ... Present-day Tillsonburg, however, is under a strict bylaw aimed at reducing levels of outdoor second-hand smoke ... This by-law was passed on May 14, 2012 by Tillsonburg Town council prohibiting the usage of tobacco and tobacco-related products within 9 metres or 30 feet of certain buildings intended for ...