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Coordinates: 43°44′33″N 81°15′00″W / 43.742577°N 81.249948°W / 43.742577; -81.249948 Brussels is a community in Huron County, Ontario, Canada. It was originally called Ainleyville. The name was changed in the 1870s when a branch line of the Grand Trunk Railway from Guelph came through the town.

The Ronald Streamer, a piece of firefight equipment, was made in Brussels.[1]

Notable people

Harry Dean Ainlay former mayor of Edmonton Alberta

References

  1. ^ "Apparatus". The Firefighters Museum, Winnipeg. http://www.winnipegfiremuseum.ca/apparatus.htm. Retrieved 2007-07-07.  

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