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Claremont is an unincorporated community in Southern Ontario in the north part of Pickering, Ontario, Canada. Historically, Claremont was part of Pickering Township, Ontario County, Ontario until 1974 when Ontario County was amalgamated into the Regional Municipality of Durham established at that time.
This community is located 20 km northwest of Oshawa and about 55 km northeast of Downtown Toronto.
In 1972, the Government of Canada expropriated 7,530 ha of land just west of Claremont for a possible future airport.
Indeed, by the late-1990s, the Greater Toronto Airport Authority (GTAA) there were plans initiated to build the airport, to be named the Pickering International Airport which would be constructed to relieve congestion at Pearson International Airport, located some 70 km to the southwest.
This new airport was also going to become the main cargo facility for the Greater Toronto Area.
Sources: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Claremont,_Ontario, https://trca.ca/learning/facilities/claremont-nature-centre/