Originally named "Burrwick" after Rowland Burr, the community was renamed Woodbridge (after a wooden bridge) in 1855 because the name Burrwick was already being used by another settlement.
The 1950's brought a suburban expansion from Toronto, which began East of the Humber to the Northeast and increased the population from 3,000 to 10,000 in the 1960's.
Every year brings the very popular Annual Woodbridge Fair over Thanksgiving Weekend; 2007 marks the 160th anniversary of the Fair.
This event is a throwback to more traditional times, with agricultural exhibits, school competitions and a midway.
When my best friend joined her first dating site, like most people, she went with one of the largest ones that was completely free.
We invite you to join us in spreading Christmas cheer during the month of July as we kick off the 2019 Christmas in July Food Drive!
The city of Vaughan has 52,430 singles and a large part of those singles reside in Woodbridge.