The main street through Oranageville, Ontario
No orange groves in Ontario, although the idea of growing frozen orange juice on trees sounds interesting. The town's name honours a prominent businessman (Orange Lawrence) who, during the 1800s, owned several mills in the village. (I don't know why they didn't name it Lawrenceville.)
Orangeville is located about a half hour drive west of East Gwillimbury. It's another quickly expanding Ontario town due to its proximity to Toronto. At the moment it still retains tons of old-timey charm, though.
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