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North Simcoe is quickly becoming a go-to tourist destination.

Hundreds of thousands of visitors flocked to various attractions and events across the region in 2017, generating millions for the local economy and making it one of the most successful summers in recent memory.

Don’t expect this to stop. A conscious effort is being put forth to grow local tourism and it’s only in the early stages.

“If you start to recognize the raw product we have here, the sky is the limit. This is a place the world wants to visit,” said Midland Mayor Gord McKay.

From the Keewatin to the Martyr’s Shrine, to the Wye Marsh, to St. Marie Among the Hurons, to Discovery Harbour and Awenda Provincial Park, the area is not short on tourist…

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