Wallaceburg is located in the municipality of Chatham-Kent. This small community is situated on the picturesque Sydenham River in Southern, Ontario and has a population of approximately 11,000. Rich in history with early settlers arriving in 1804.
Wallaceburg is named after Sir William Wallace, a national hero of Scotland. The majority of local folks refer to Wallaceburg as the “Glass Town” because of it’s history of glass making.
This close knit community boasts friendly affordable neighbourhoods, great schools and a quaint downtown area to shop and dine.