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Thames Centre —  Township  — Thames Centre Coordinates: 43°02′N 81°05′W / 43.033°N 81.083°W / 43.033; -81.083Coordinates: 43°02′N 81°05′W / 43.033°N 81.083°W / 43.033; -81.083 Country  Canada Province  Ontario County Middlesex Settled Formed January 1, 2001 Government  - Mayor Jim Maudsley  - Federal riding Elgin—Middlesex—London  - Prov. riding Elgin—Middlesex—London Area[1]  - Land 433.80 km2 (167.5 sq mi) Population (2006)[1]  - Total 13,085  - Density 30.2/km2 (78.2/sq mi) Time zone EST (UTC-5)  - Summer (DST) EDT (UTC-4) Postal Code N0L Area code(s) 519 and 226 Website Thames Centre, Ontario, Canada, is a municipality in Middlesex County, directly west of the City of London. Despite its official name, it technically remains a township. It was formed on January 1, 2001, when the townships of West Nissouri and North Dorchester were amalgamated. Thames Centre includes the Degree Confluence of 43N 81W. Contents 1 Communities 2 Demographics 3 References 4 External links Communities Dorchester is the residential and commercial core of the township. Every year, there are many events held in Dorchester such as the Dorchester Fair, the Dorchester Car Show, the Donneybrook Dash, and Friday Night Tradition. The Donnybrook Fiddle and Step Dance Competition has become an annual event held at the fairgrounds every Civic Long Weekend. This event brings fiddlers and steppers from all over the province and the North Eastern United States. Also, scouts from all over Canada and the USA attend a camporee called the Dorchester International Brotherhood Camporee (DIBC). The camporee attracts as many as 4,000 scouts and girl guides from Canada and the US every year. The camp is held annually on Mothers Day weekend, with its 22nd installment set to take place in May 2011.[2] Dorchester is also home to the only high school in North America with the Beaver as their mascot, Lord Dorchester Secondary School. Smaller communities in the township include: Putnam, Avon, Belton, Cherry Grove, Crampton, Cobble Hill, Derwent, Devizes, Evelyn, Fanshawe Lake, Friendly Corners, Gladstone, Harrietsville, Kelly Station, Mossley, Nilestown, Oliver, Salmonville, Silvermoon, Thorndale, Three Bridges, and Wellburn. Demographics v · d · eCanada census – Thames Centre Community Profile   2006 2001   Population: Land area: Population density: Median age: Total private dwellings: Mean household income: 13,085 (4.9% from 2001) 433.80 km2 (167.49 sq mi) 30.2 /km2 (78 /sq mi) 41.0 (males: 40.6, females: 41.3) 4695 $79,299 12,473 (2.9% from 1996) 433.80 km2 (167.49 sq mi) 28.8 /km2 (75 /sq mi) 38.9 (males: 38.8, females: 39.0) 4416 $66,675 References: 2006[3] 2001[4] Population trend:[5] Population in 2006: 13,085 Population in 2001: 12,473 Population total in 1996: 12,126 North Dorchester (township): 8665 West Nissouri (township): 3484 Population in 1991: North Dorchester (township): 7915 West Nissouri (township): 3277 References ^ a b "Thames Centre community profile". 2006 Census data. Statistics Canada. Retrieved 2011-02-14.  ^ Dorchester International Brotherhood Camporee ^ "2006 Community Profiles". Statistics Canada. Government of Canada. 2009-02-24. Retrieved 2011-02-14.  ^ "2001 Community Profiles". Statistics Canada. Government of Canada. 2007-02-01. Retrieved 2011-02-14.  ^ Statistics Canada: 1996, 2001, 2006 census External links Municipality of Thames Centre Lucan Biddulph Perth South Middlesex Centre London Zorra South-West Oxford    Thames Centre     Central Elgin, Malahide This Western Ontario geographical article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e