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Vaughan’s roots date back to the 1700s, but Vaughan didn’t officially become a city until 1991. The city, located in York Region, is at 320,000 people and growing. There are at least 99 languages spoken in Vaughan, making it a diverse city. Forty-five per cent of the population of Vaughan is made of immigrants and 27 per cent of the city is a visible minority. That is a lot of diversity in 273.52 square kilometres. Lancaster Customs realizes all the diversity in Vaughan, bringing you many different styles and needs. Lancaster can design any custom closet or cabinet that you would need.
Even though Vaughan is only celebrating its 25th anniversary, it doesn’t mean it hasn’t already made it’s mark in the world. Vaughan is known as the city above Toronto. It is also known as the home of Paramount Canada’s Wonderland, which is filled with some of the highest and fastest roller coasters, rides and waterparks. Paramount Canada’s Wonderland brings in people from all around the world. With a waterpark nearby, no one wants to hunt for bathing suits and coolers and that’s where Lancaster Customs comes in. Lancaster Customs can make custom walk-in closets and custom storage cabinets to fit anything you need, so you can find everything quickly and start enjoying the rides.
Paramount Canada’s Wonderland isn’t the only attraction that Vaughan has to offer. Vaughan also has McMichael Canadian Art Collection, Vaughan Mills Mall, and the Canadian Soccer Hall of Fame. Vaughan is also home to the Ontario Soccer Association where over 500,000 players have been registered.
The young city has a rich and long history. The land used to be the home of the Huron-Wendat people. In the 16th century it was home to about 2,000 Huron people. Pioneers also settled on the land in the 1800s and began to call it home. This is when Vaughan got its name. The city was named after Benjamin Vaughan, a commissioner who signed a peace treaty with the United States in 1783. Lancaster Customs can help you bring some of that history into your home by creating a vintage look with crown moulding and small details designed into your custom cabinets.
Another big piece of Vaughan’s history can be seen at the Seed-Baker Archaeological Site. It’s a 16th century Iroquois village that has become a school trip for children and a summer school for high school students. The school is sponsored by the York Region District School Board, the Royal Ontario Museum and the Toronto and Region Conservation Authority. Since 1975, more than a million artifacts have been found and catalogued at this site.
Vaughan has six different communities that make up the city: Woodbridge, Vaughan Metropolitan Centre, Maple, Thornhill, Concord and Kleinburg. Each community has it’s own personality and it’s own style — just like each person living there. Lancaster Customs can help your home to become as unique and stylish as you are.Back