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Tiverton - Southwestern Ontario
Bruce County. Photo © Mark Visser

Standpipe Information

Location: Ross Str. @ Memorial Park
Signage: Tiverton

Tower Information
Location: 4th Concession, W of Hwy 21
Signage: Bruce Energy Centre

Area information and Bruce Nuclear Power Development operated by Bruce Power
Settled in 1850, the Village waited until 1860 to become known by the name of Tiverton, at which time the Post Office also opened. First industry included a Pot & Pearl-ash Factory, followed by a Wool-carding Mill and Grist Mill. A major fire in 1897 caused major loss to a large portion of the business district.
Tiverton is a community in the Municipality of Kincardine, Ontario, Canada in Bruce County. It is near the shore of Lake Huron on Highway 21 between Port Elgin and Kincardine. The Bruce Energy Centre is supplied with industrial quality steam and electricity directly from the BNPD plant to the west. BNPD (Bruce Nuclear Power Development operated by Bruce Power) is one of the world’s largest steam and electricity generating complexes and has operated successfully for more than 30 years. It uses the world –renowned CANDU nuclear reactors. Municipality of Kincardine
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