Saltfleet Township, Ontario

Saltfleet Township, Ontario

Saltfleet Township was a township in Upper Canada, later Ontario, on the south shore of Lake Ontario.

In 1974, it was amalgamated with the village of Stoney Creek to form the town of Stoney Creek. [cite web | url = | title = Stoney Creek | date = 2007 | publisher = City of Hamilton, Ontario | accessdate = 2008-04-08]


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