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Port Perry is a community located in Scugog, Ontario, Canada.
The town is located northeast of Toronto and just north of Oshawa. Due to its location in the Greater Toronto Area, many residents commute to Toronto for work. Port Perry has a population of 9,453 as of 2016.
The area around Port Perry was first surveyed as part of Reach Township by Major S. Wilmot in 1809.
The first settler in the area was Reuben Crandell, a United Empire Loyalist who built a homestead with his wife in May 1821.
Their original home is still in use and can be seen on King Street between Prince Albert and Manchester.
In November 1821, Lucy Ann Crandell became the first child of European descent born in the area.
In 1831, Crandell and his family moved to a homestead at what became Crandell's Corners (later called Borelia). Port Perry is known as a tourist destination in the area for its picturesque, Victorian-era downtown, with many clothing stores, restaurants, cafés, bookstores, galleries and antique shops.
In the summer, the town features a number of festivals, including the Mississauga First Nation Pow Wow, the Highland Games, the Dragon Boat Races and StreetFest.
Its annual fair, held every Labour Day weekend, has been running for over 150 years.
There are also numerous golf courses, both public and private. Sources: http://discoverportperry.ca/, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Port_Perry