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Kawartha Lakes car insurance information
The City of Kawartha Lakes, located in east-central Ontario, contains approximately 69,000 people, spread across the following population centers: Omemee, Lindsay, Fenelon Falls, Woodville and Bobcaygeon. It is in reality, quite a rural area and its name means "shining waters" in the Ojibwe Language.
The Progressive Conservative government created the municipality in 2000 from an amalgamation of the municipalities of the former County of Victoria but this may not stick. In 2003, citizens of Kawartha Lakes voted to de-amalgamate. Despite this move by the residents of the city, the governments have not initiated de-amalgamation.
Local attractions include: Devil's Elbow Ski Area, the Ganaraska Hiking Trail, Victoria County Museum, the Monck Historical Colonization Road, and the Trent-Severn Waterway.
In small cities like Kawartha Lakes, there are fewer drivers relative to other places and according to the insurance companies, that translates into fewer accidents and quite possibly lower car insurance premiums. We here at Kanetix would like to help you to shop for your car insurance in Kawartha Lakes. We can offer you, free of charge, personalized auto insurance quotes from the top insurance companies from across Canada.
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