A municipality of 12,651 people, South Stormont is the fastest growing municipality in southeastern Ontario. Rural setting, strategic location, and a choice of transportation – it’s an unbeatable combination. The Township of South Stormont is fortunate to have the St. Lawrence Medical Clinic. The clinic provides health care right in our backyard with reliable and community-oriented
healthcare professionals. South Stormont is in close proximity to the Winchester
District Memorial Hospital and the Cornwall Community Hospital.
Any business requires affordable real estate, and South Stormont is happy to accommodate. Sharing a border with the City of Cornwall, South Stormont is only an hour away from Ottawa and Montreal. Located in the heart of Canada’s
highway and rail corridor, South Stormont provides rapid and efficient access to three of the nation’s four principal metropolitan markets. With international crossings in Cornwall, 10 minutes to the east, and Johnstown, 30 minutes to the
west, there are over 100 million consumers within a day’s drive of the township.
When you visit South Stormont, you’ll find much to do. There are attractions, adventure and history along with acres of parks, camp sites, beaches and the unspoiled beauty of the Long Sault Parkway. Along with exercise and fresh air,
there’s an opportunity for a fascinating look at life in South Stormont 55 years ago, with a visit to the Lost Villages Museum. History comes alive as you stroll
through the park. Additionally, from a historic perspective, St. Andrews West hosts the oldest parish in the area with a rich history including gravesites
of Explorer Simon Fraser and the First Premier of Ontario, John Sandfield Macdonald.
Get comfortable. Grab a chair and take full advantage of the St. Lawrence beaches or take a stroll through the Parkway. Treat yourself to an ice cream
aer a hot day spent in the lush outdoors. Whatever your adventures may be, find tranquility in the safe communities that outskirt Ottawa and Montreal.