Woodbridge may be well over 200 years old, but the town is young and vibrant at heart. Over one quarter of the population here is under the age of 20, according to a 2010 Rural Ontario Institute Report. One can find these young adults visiting places such as Cineplex Cinemas Vaughan (formerly known as Colossus) and Dave & Buster’s. Woodbridge also has a strong entrepreneurial spirit with a variety of mom-and-pop shops, bakeries and boutiques enjoying years of strong support from the community. The accommodating and inclusive nature of Woodbridge is reflected in its positive immigration trend. Over the last 15 years, Woodbridge has seen a seven per cent increase in terms of immigration. With an influx of immigrants from all different parts of the world, and a multitude of restaurants and fun-filled activities catering to all cultures and ethnic backgrounds, Woodbridge is a prime location to live and raise a family.

From what was once a small agricultural community in the early 1800s, Woodbridge, Ont. has evolved into a bustling and thriving suburban area. With a population of over 100,000, Woodbridge has expanded not only in the number of residents, but also in the number of industries as well. Manufacturing and distribution have become two prominent industries within the community since the town’s establishment in 1837. Woodbridge is home to the undulating hills of the Boyd Park Conservation and the multifarious square known as Market Lane. For entertainment and an upbeat social lifestyle, one can enjoy a plethora of restaurants, parks, boutiques and shopping centres, outdoor markets and other thrilling activities that make Woodbridge a great place to call home.