ONCE UPON A TIME IN FERGUS
The story of Fergus is one that’s steeped in the rich history of Canada’s colonial past. Founded in 1833, the following decades saw the tiny village of Fergus grow into a bustling mill town. Much like today, The Grand River was the heart of Fergus from the very beginning. The energetic flow of the river’s water was used to power the mills and nourish the farmlands, such as nearby Elora Mill pictured here. Today many of those same buildings that began to spring up nearly 200 years ago are still in use as homes and shops in Fergus’ downtown, giving Fergus a signature heritage flair that is increasingly difficult to find in Southern Ontario.
Visitors to Fergus today fall in love with the perfect mix of heritage atmosphere and modern convenience that can be found here. Whether you’re looking for a local pint at The Grand Templin Pub, a dragon roll at Ikiru Sushi or even rich Indian delicacies at Fergus Tandori Grill, you can enjoy a wide variety of culinary experiences here. There’s also charming shops, community centres, parks, natural spaces and more all waiting to be discovered.
GROVES MEMORIAL COMMUNITY HOSPITAL
Residents of Storybrook will enjoy the convenience and comfort that comes with living adjacent to a brand new state of the art hospital facility. Located just moments from the community, Groves Memorial Community Hospital is a facility that will include more space for emergency, ambulatory, diagnostic and inpatient services to accommodate the needs of this growing community. In addition to world-class care, this facility will also be a world-class employer for numerous physicians, nurses, support and administrative workers, making Storybrook an excellent home for health care employees looking for an incredible life/work balance.
TOWN OF FERGUS
SHOPPING & DINING
PARKS & RECREATION
SCHOOLS & SERVICES