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Oxford County is a region in southwestern Ontario. Highway 401 runs east-west through the county, 25 kilometres between Woodstock’s Toyota auto assembly facility and Ingersoll’s GM auto assembly plant.
However, the local economy is dominated by agriculture, especially dairy farming, dubbing it The Dairy Capital Of Canada.

Oxford County consists of 8 municipalities: the City of Woodstock, the town of Tillsonburg, the town of Ingersoll, the township of Norwich, the township of Zorra, the township of South West Oxford, the township of Blandford-Blanford and the township of East Zorra Tavistock.