Ontario Highway 6 facts for kids
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|Length||472.4 km (293.5 mi)|
|South end||St. Patrick Street - Port Dover|
| Highway 3 – Jarvis
Highway 403 – Ancaster
Highway 401 – Morriston
Highway 7 – Guelph
Highway 89 – Mount Forest
Highway 10 – Chatsworth
Highway 21 / Highway 26 – Owen Sound
|North end||Highway 17 – McKerrow|
|Major cities:||Hamilton, Guelph, Owen Sound|
|Towns:||Port Dover, Jarvis, Hagersville, Caledonia, Ancaster, Aberfoyle, Fergus, Arthur, Mount Forest, Durham, Chatsworth, Shallow Lake, Wiarton, Tobermory, Little Current, Espanola|
Ontario Highway 6 is a provincial highway in Ontario, Canada. It is 472.4 kilometers (293.5 miles) long. It starts in the community of Port Dover and ends at the Trans-Canada Highway (Ontario Highway 17) in Baldwin, Ontario. The highway is divided into two parts. A ferry runs between one end in Tobermory, on the northern tip of the Bruce Peninsula, and the other in Tehkummah, on Manitoulin Island.
Work on the highway started in 1919 and was finished in 1923.
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