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Port Credit Harbour
Toronto

Port Credit's quaint village setting and harbour on Lake Ontario make it the perfect place to visit. Rich in history and quaintly picturesque, the Village of Port Credit has an array of shops, boutiques, restaurants, marina services and grocery stores all within walking distance.

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