About Kincardine

kincardineThe Kinetic Knights are from a small, rural town named Kincardine along Highway 21 in Southwestern Ontario. On the shore of Lake Huron, this community is the home to nearly 7,000 people. There is one high school and five elementary schools that students can attend in the area.

Kincardine is known as a tourist town in the summer, offering sandy beaches as well as showing pride in our Scottish Heritage by holding weekly Pipe Band Parades and the Kincardine Scottish Festival. These events draw thousands of people each year to our small town. In the winter, with no malls or movie theaters near by, people spend their time participating in recreational activities.

The Municipality of Kincardine covers a larger area, including other small towns and villages in the nearby area such as Tiverton, Bervie, and Ripley. These towns are of much smaller populations, giving the entire municipality a total of around 12,000 people. The world’s largest Nuclear Power Plant, Bruce Power, is located in the area and this large corporation is also one of the Kinetic Knights' biggest and most important donors.

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