Metcalfe is a village in south-valuable Ontario, Canada, in Grey County, north of Owen Sound.
The city is named after Charles Theophilus Metcalfe, Governor- General of Canada, from 1843
Metcalfe is located in Osgoode Ward on the border of the former Osgoode Township and is a
rural community of Ottawa. It's basically domestic, but there also are some light artificial
companies. The Ottawa Macdonald- Cartier International Airport and the Stony Swamp
Conservation Area are south, at the same time as synthetic areas are east of Metcalfe along
Metcalfe is a developing suburban community in the south end of Ottawa located near 417 and
174. Numerous housing developments, similar as Binquart Village and Ponderosa Strata and
several businesses on Metcalfe, which includes; a convenience store, hair salon, dental health
center, health clinic and others. It encompasses the Metcalfe Fair, the most important
agricultural fair in Canada, wherein more than three hundred granges display livestock and
produce. Presently, residents enjoy the advantages of country living with easy access to these
two major cities.