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Scugog is a township in the Regional Municipality of Durham, south-central Ontario, Canada. It is northeast of Toronto and just north of Oshawa.
Due to its location in the Greater Toronto Area, many residents commute to Toronto for work on a daily basis. The anchor and largest population base of the township is Port Perry. Overall, the township has a population of roughly 22,500.
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Scugog is a township in the Regional Municipality of Durham, south-central Ontario, Canada.
It is northeast of Toronto and just north of Oshawa. Due to its location in the Greater Toronto Area, many residents commute to Toronto for work on a daily basis.
The original township of Scugog used to be divided between Reach and Cartwright townships in Ontario County and Northumberland and Durham County, respectively. When Lake Scugog was created by a dam in Lindsay in 1834, flooding created an island known as Scugog Island.
The island was separated from Reach and Cartwright to form Scugog Township in 1856.
In 1872 George Currie built a grain elevator which is currently Canada's oldest grain elevator.
The new township was part of Ontario County.
The largest private-sector employer in the area is the Great Blue Heron Casino, located on the Scugog First Nation on Scugog Island. Schneider Meats also has a facility in the Township.
The Township is also a popular tourist destination due to the casino and recreational opportunities from Lake Scugog. Many residents also commute to other Durham Region communities and further afield by road.