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Palmerston (population 2,599) is an unincorporated community located at the south end of the town of Minto in northern part of Wellington County in southern Ontario, Canada.
This community was a key division point for the Grand Trunk and later the Canadian National Railway in Southwestern Ontario with 65 subdivisions; Owen Sound, Kincardine, Durham, Fergus, Guelph Junction and Stratford.
In its original concept the railroad was to run from Guelph to Southampton, Ontario and would not have gone through Palmerston.
When the railroad decided to build a junction and maintenance sheds between Guelph, Harriston and Listowel, this also included a station. One of the active supporters of the railroad was John McDermott, Reeve of Wallace and, because of this support, the railways decided to let McDermott name the station. He named it Palmerston in 1870 in honour of Henry John Temple, the third Viscount Palmerston. As soon as the railroad decided where it would build, people started buying property around the area for businesses and homes.
Minto has public schools situated in Harriston, Clifford and Palmerston. Norwell District Secondary School is the secondary school for Minto and surrounding areas as governed by the Upper Grand District School Board.
Sources: https://www.facebook.com/places/Things-to-do-in-Palmerston-Ontario/103166999722886/, http://www.maplandia.com/canada/ontario/wellington-county/palmerston/