Unionville is a suburban village bundled in the northeast corner of the Greater Toronto Area, in the heart of the wealthy City of Markham, Ontario. The boundaries of Unionville are not well-defined, as it is not a municipal substance, but several communities plea to be part of it.
Unionville consist of many neighborhoods along with the historic centre of Unionville, Upper and South Unionville, Angus Glen, Cachet,Buttonville and Victoria Square. The historic village of Unionville fascinates thousands of visitors each year. The Beckett Farm was the last halting farmland in Upper Unionville. The farm was a memorial on 16th Avenue, with its wide open space and picturesque barn and silo, a reminder of Markham's agricultural past. There is still some farmland north part of Unionville part of the city of Markham's Greenbelt just North of Major MacKenzie Dr. just past the Victoria Manor and Jennings Gates subdivisions to the Rouge River past Kennedy Road in the Hamlets of Cashel, Victoria Square, and Almira.
The Unionville Festival continues to attempt visitor’s access to handcrafts, small vendors and live music. A distinguished arts and culture destination, Unionville presents multicultural events and festivals from early in the year through the summer months and all the way to Christmas. The shopkeepers of Main Street Unionville offer an amazing cluster of merchandise in their shops - from distinctive fashion and accessories to fine home decor, luscious sweets and more