New Tecumseth

Includes Alliston, Beeton & Tottenham



Alliston is the largest urban centre within the amalgamated community of New Tecumseth, which also includes Beeton and Tottenham. Situated in the southern end of Simcoe County, nestled in the Nottawasaga Valley and graced with meandering rivers and rolling hills Alliston is ideally located within central Ontario. Originally an agrarian community and known as the “Potato Capital of Ontario”, Alliston has grown into a vibrant community with many industries, including Honda of Canada, which employs over 4,500 workers in their two plants.


Alliston retains the small town charm through community parks, schools, churches, unique cafes, amateur theatres and museums. Nine golf courses are within 30 minutes of the community. Earl Rowe Provincial Park is a great place for fishing, swimming, cross-country skiing, and picnic areas. Rec centres in the area include indoor soccer, hockey, lacrosse, wall climbing gyms, squash and indoor tennis. Cultural activities include art, dance, and music with a wide range of genres from hip-hop to classical.


The Stevenson Memorial Hospital has over 100 employees, who deliver healthcare excellence to the community. An inpatient unit, day surgery, an OB/GYN unit and busy ER are part of Stevenson. There are anaesthetists, three general surgeons, three OBs and hospitalists on-site, as well as visiting specialists who have OPDs and perform surgeries.

Five family medicine clinics serve New Tecumseth, including an FHO with associated offices in Tottenham and Alliston, a Family Health Team, and the newly opened Millpond Medical Centre.

Hamilton: 148km

London: 264km

Sudbury: 332km

Kingston: 344km

Ottawa: 534km

Toronto: 101km

Level of Service: Primary and Secondary Care

Number of Beds: 38

Catchment: 75,000

Referral Sites: Barrie

Learner Parking: $40/month

Population: 36,509

Median Age: 42.3

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