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July 14, 2008
1:18 PM

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Hi, I am beginning my research into buying a hobby farm, and would love to talk to any Canadian farmers who could give me advice particular to our circumstances. I live in Southern Ontario and am particularly interested in the type of bylaws that would pertain to building more than 1 house on a farm (my siblings and I are considering buying together and developing a property long term but definitely not living in one dwelling). I know this varies according to the municipality, but I am sure there are some general similarities. If anyone has done this, or has knowledge of general requirements, I would love to converse. We'd like be looking around southern ontario with manageable infrequent commutes to Hamilton and Toronto... thanks

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