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In the Reg. Mun. of Durham, on C. Rds. 1 &, 13,45 km NW of Whitby.
The post office was established in 1857 and named after the first postmaster, George Leask.
Lucy Maud Montgomery (1874-1942), author of Anne of Green Gables lived in the Presbyterian manse in Leaskdale 1911-1926 during which time she wrote 11 novels including two of the Anne books and the Emily series.
There are two museums there - as well as the Lucy Maud Society of Ontario.