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The official website for the city of Ripley is http://www.huronkinloss.com/.
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Facts about Ripley
Ripley is also known as: Ripley.
And some of the notable people born here have been: (william roy irwin), (gordon aiken), and (donald buchanan blue).
Ripley is represented by Federal riding Huron—Bruce, Prov. riding Mitch Twolan, and Mayor Huron—Bruce.
Huron-Kinloss is a township in the Canadian province of Ontario, located within Bruce County. The township had a population of 6,790 in the Canada 2011 Census.Huron-Kinloss is located in Western Ontario, on Lake Huron. It is relatively remote, particularly by the standards of densely populated Southern Ontario and remains a primarily rural region of farmland and woodlots. The lake shore is sparsely populated with the village of Point Clark at the south end and Boiler Beach at the north end, with a mixture of seasonal and permanent cottages along the shore in between. Lucknow and Ripley are the largest towns inland.Economically, the township depends heavily on agriculture and agricultural services, and some food processing such as the Pine River cheese factory. A number of residents work in Kincardine or Goderich, with the Bruce Nuclear Generating Station being the largest area employer. Tourism is also economically prominent. With tourism and the Bruce plant, the local economy is more prosperous than many similar regions.The Town of Ripley, in Huron-Kinloss is home to the Bruce Botanical Food Gardens (www.bbfg.org). This public garden is the first of its kind in Canada using tourism to address the issues of food insecurity, sustainable agriculture and the plight of the small family farm. The non-profit organization is focusing on rare, endangered, heirloom, and ethnocultural food plants and showcases over 250 varieties with over 10,000 plants overall in the Phase One development.The region is popular with retirees, with a lake-moderated mild climate and a reputation for a relaxed, friendly lifestyle.The boiler from the Erie Belle explosion lies on Boiler Beach at the northern end of the township.
Population shifts in Ripley
Average temperatures in RipleyLine in orange is average highs...line in blue is average lows.
Average rainfall in Ripley