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Coordinates: 43°14′39.09″N 80°3′22.94″W / 43.2441917°N 80.0563722°W / 43.2441917; -80.0563722

Copetown is a community that is east of Brantford[1] in the southern region of Ontario, Canada. Dundas Hill is located nearby, signifying its closeness to Dundas. There are a various number of golf courses within the local area.[2] Residential areas are nearby; approximately 6.7 out of every 10 Copetown residents have ownership of their home.[3] However, all family units that apply for mortgage applications in Copetown consists of married couples with the average age of a Copetown mortgage holder being 36 years of age.[3] Agriculture and services are two major industries in Copetown. There are several commercial enterprises in Copetown (including the general store located off Highway 52[4] and the feed mill off Railway Street). For the local senior citizens, there is a retirement community that is located in the village on the outskirts of Hamilton.[5]

The community is located within the 905 area code for telephones and the postal forward sortation area in this region is L0R.[6] Copetown also has a Lions Community Center which is considered to be a service club for adults.[7]

From the CN/VIA Railway, one can see the Feed Mill after the bridge. This location is actually where the old Copetown station used to be prior to closing due to lack of service. There is no high speed Internet for those who live in Copetown, other than the Internet supplied to the school. All Internet has to come via telephone (dial-up Internet), from satellite or wireless Internet. In addition to this, Copetown is a short drive to Flamboro Downs which is to the east. Copetown is located roughly ten kilometers from downtown Dundas. The center of Copetown is the four-way stop at the intersection between Highway 52 and Governors Road. The TH&B railway used to run through Copetown by way of Old Highway 99, Slote Rd and Highway 52 until it was closed in the late 1970s.

Copetown also had its own railway station, which too was closed in 1970s and turned into the local feed mill now known as Quick Feeds Ltd. which is owned by Mr. David Quick and currently employes three people.[8] Queen's Rangers Elementary School was build in 1958, named after the rangers who had worked in the area.

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