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The Village of Erin was originally named McMillan's Mills after Daniel McMillan who purchased the first sawmill in 1829 at age eighteen and built the first village house.
This place is primarily a rural community but, while farming is still an important activity in the town, most of its population works in the nearby cities of Brampton, Mississauga, Guelph, and even Toronto.
The town's new industrial park is attracting a number of new industries, due to its cheaper tax rate, accessibility to transportation, and its location within the "Technology Triangle," a series of high-tech driven cities including nearby Kitchener. Waterloo, and Cambridge.
A settlement developed after mills were built on the Credit River between 1826 and 1829.
The first settlers included Daniel MacMillan and the Trout family.
The settlement was established as "MacMillan's Mills" although most sources indicate that the Trout family built the first sawmill. Even so, Daniel MacMillan and his brothers are acknowledged as significant contributors to the growth of the village.
Sources: http://www.erin.ca/living-here/discover-erin, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Erin,_Ontario