There are many towns located in Ontario, including Ajax, Aurora, Caledon, Espanola, Georgina, Iroquois Falls, Mississippi Mills and Niagara-on-the-Lake. There are approximately 90 towns located in Ontario. Some others are Gravenhurst, Fort Erie, Bancroft, Blind River, Gore Bay, Erin, Huntsville and LaSalle.
Richmond Hill is situated in the York Region of Ontario. Its incorporation as a town occurred in 1957, but it had the designation of a village from 1873 to 1957. During the 20th century, there were many rose-growing companies that were an important part of Richmond Hill's economy. In 1982, the last company departed from this town. In terms of recreation and cultural activities, Richmond Hill has nearly 166 parks, many sports clubs and a center for the performing arts, as of 2015.
Latchford is situated in the District of Temiskaming, and in 1907, Latchford was incorporated as a town. Latchford's location is at Bay Lake on the Montreal River. During the early part of the 20th century, forestry and lumbering drove this town's economy. Some attractions in Latchford are the Ontario Loggers Hall of Fame and the Latchford Museum. This small town is also home to the shortest covered bridge, as of 2015, which is recorded in the Guinness Book of World Records.