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Lifestyle Advantage





Lowest location-sensitive costs in Ontario

Very affordable housing - Average $187,397 (2008) CDN

New modern arts, cultural, sports and recreational facilities

Mild climate - short winter season

First-class medical facilities - low cost universal Health care

World class Post Secondary Education and Research facilities in Canada and the United States

Sarnia, Ontario, Canada
latitude: 43-00N, longitude: 082-19W, elevation: 181 m

Sarnia is geographically farther south than over 25% of the continental United States giving it a very temperate climate. The city has over one hundred parks, an impressive waterfront parkland, fifteen miles of all purpose trails, miles of sandy lakefront beaches, modern accommodations and fine restaurants. Sarnia is only one hour by car from larger centers such as London and Windsor in Canada and Detroit and Flint in the U.S. Sarnia is also one of Canada's principal gateways into the United States, the largest city on Lake Huron and one of Ontario's busiest marine centres.

Sarnia residents enjoy world-class healthcare in Ontario's public health system. Several of Canada's top research and teaching hospitals are within driving range of the city, with London, less than one hour away.

Sarnia also has close links to some of the top business, science and technology research centres, colleges and universities in Canada.