Pickering


The area began as a settlement for ethnic British colonists. After the American Revolutionary War, the Crown encouraged new immigrants into settling here. The area is full of old rural communities which have been preserved and make for must visit sites.

Among the places to see here are Petticoat Creek Conservation Area, Pickering Museum Village and the Greenwood Conservation Area.

How to get there

1. Billy Bishop Toronto City Centre Airport Toronto is at a distance of 36km from the city.

2. Lester B Pearson International Airport Toronto is at a distance of 48 km from the city.

3. John C Munro Hamilton International Airport Hamilton is at a distance of 114 km from the city.

The best way of Travel

The Pickering Airport Taxi service by RideBlack is the best way to travel to the community. Several types of taxis and the various services offered, including a service for unaccompanied minors and the service of booking a taxi in advance, makes the Pickering Limousine service dependable and punctual

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