The Township of Brock is situated 95 kilometres northeast of the City of Toronto. It is known as Durham Region’s “Gateway to the North”. This predominantly rural township does have three small urban centres: Beaverton, Cannington, and Sunderland. Beaverton is the largest community in the township and is located the farthest north, off Highway 12. Beaverton is situated on the shores of Lake Simcoe. The Beaver River and the railway both make their way through the centre of this quaint village.

Cannington is located about 10 minutes south of Beaverton off Highway 12. Heritage street signs proudly let visitors know they have reached this historic village. The Township of Brock municipal offices are located in Cannington, at 1 Cameron Street East. Further south off Highway 12 you will come upon the Village of Sunderland which is best known for its annual Maple Syrup Festival that attracts visitors from all over the region.

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As of October 17, 2018, the purchase, use and possession of recreational cannabis has been legalized across Canada with regulations varying by province. As a result, the province of Ontario has created rules about how, where and who can buy, possess and consume cannabis in the province. These rules are similar to those in place for alcohol and tobacco, with some differences.

You have to be 19 or older to buy, use or possess recreational cannabis, and you are only able to use it in a private residence. Just as it is illegal to drive alcohol impaired, it is illegal to drive drug-impaired.

30 gram of cannabis is legal to possess, carry, and share (with anybody over the age of 19) in Brock, ON.

The Best Things to Do in Brock

Situated on the shores of Lake Simcoe, Brock is popular with fishing and boating enthusiasts

Thorah Island in Lake Simcoe is considered part of Brock Township

The Beaver River watershed is an important topographical feature within the Township of Brock

The Township of Brock has a vibrant and growing arts and culture scene. Check out our community events calendar for a full list of upcoming events. Learn more about our Metal Street Banner Initiative.

Beaverton Town Hall Players

The Beaverton Town Hall Players perform a variety of shows throughout the year including, musicals, mysteries and comedies. Learn more about upcoming productions and get tickets today.

Sunderland Lions Club Community Theatre Group

The Sunderland Lions Club Community Theatre Group performs popular music for community audiences each year.

Sunderland Lions Club Music Festival

The Sunderland Lions Club Music Festival offers music classes and puts on stage performances. Contact the group to get involved today.