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Old Posted Dec 28, 2019, 4:31 AM
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Easy to beat. For example, City of L'Ancienne-Lorette, QC - incorporated January 1, 2006. (Though, continuously inhabited since the mid-1600s.)

Plenty of other examples. City of Pointe-Claire, QC - incorporated January 1, 2006. (Oldest surviving building on its territory at the moment is from 1709 (soon to be 311 years old)).

Westmount, incorporated January 1, 2006, has a surviving farm house from the late 1600s in its city limits AFAIK.

The Charest demergers have created a ton of new cities barely over a decade ago, Chestermere wouldn't crack the top 30 of the youngest cities in the country.
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