Blair, originally known as “ Shinglebridge ”, was one of the first communities to be settled inland of the Great Lakes.
As with many tracts of land in the district, this one was originally inhabited by the Six Nations Indians.  Blair is renowned for its rare Carolinian forest and the Sheaves Tower – the most painted piece of scenery in Waterloo Region and home to one of the world’s smallest hydro generating projects.

Blair is renowned for its rare Carolinian forest and the Sheaves Tower – the most painted piece of scenery in Waterloo Region and home to one of the world’s smallest hydro generating projects. For a fulls details on the history and charm of the region, visit www.visitcambridgeontario.com.

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