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Paris, Ontario is a small town on the Grand River, and is home to approximately 12,000 people. Paris is often referred to as “the cobblestone capital of Canada,” in reference to its many cobblestone houses.

Paris is ideal for small-town living, even for those who work in large cities – residents of Paris can commute easily to Brantford, Cambridge, and Kitchener-Waterloo, and even Hamilton in well under an hour.

Paris’ by-laws generally restrict buildings to under 8 storeys, so there are no high-rises. There are, however, several smaller buildings offering apartments for rent.