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5 References Extended Brant (County of Brant and Brantford) 134,808 Wine grapes growing in the Niagara Peninsula a major Canadian wine region Common types of farms reported in the 2001 census include those for cattle small grains and dairy the fruit- and grape-growing industry is primarily on the Niagara Peninsula and along Lake Erie where tobacco farms are also situated Market vegetables grow in the rich soils of the Holland Marsh near Newmarket the area near Windsor is also very fertile the Heinz plant in Leamington was taken over in these autumn of 2013 by Warren Buffett and a Brazilian partner following which it put 740 people out of work. Government subsidies followed shortly; Premier Kathleen Wynne offered CAD$200,000 to cushion the blow and promised that another processed-food operator would soon be found on December 10 2013 Kellogg's announced layoffs for more than 509 workers at a cereal manufacture plant in London. Kellogg's plans to relocate jobs to Thailand The area defined as the Corn Belt covers much of the southwestern area of the province extending as far north as close to Goderich but corn and soy are grown throughout the southern portion of the province Apple orchards are a common sight along the southern shore of Nottawasaga Bay (part of Georgian Bay) near Collingwood and along the northern shore of Lake Ontario near Cobourg Tobacco production centred in Norfolk County has decreased allowing an increase in alternative crops such as hazelnuts and ginseng the Ontario origins of Massey Ferguson once one of the largest farm-implement manufacturers in the world indicate the importance agriculture once had to the Canadian economy A sign that marks the Ottawa Greenbelt an initiative that aims to protect the surrounding farmland and limit urban sprawl Southern Ontario's limited supply of agricultural land is going out of production at an increasing rate Urban sprawl and farmland severances contribute to the loss of thousands of acres of productive agricultural land in Ontario each year Over 2,000 farms and 150,000 acres (61,000 ha) of farmland in the GTA alone were lost to production in the two decades between 1976 and 1996 This loss represented approximately 18%" of Ontario's Class 1 farmland being converted to urban purposes in addition increasing rural severances provide ever-greater interference with agricultural production in an effort to protect the farmland and green spaces of Greater Toronto and the National Capital Region the Government of Ontario introduced greenbelts around the Golden Horseshoe and Ottawa limiting urban development in these areas Energy; Source: Statistics Canada website Censuses of Canada 1665 to 1871 See United Province of Canada for population after 1840 Ethnic groups, History Stoney Creek 3.1 Before 1900 Toronto Ontario Canada Business directory; .