In the Peterborough country, the Ennismore city is a small territory that is more than 67 percent occupied by the rural region and remaining of it with the urban one. Its full term abbreviated as Smith Ennismore Lakefield but back in 2013 the city was retermed as Selwyn officially by the Peterborough municipality.
Rolling hills, lakes, the farm areas mainly in the rural regions and natural beauty is all what best describes this small town. It has he famous Trent-Severn Waterway as well that has its own class in beauty. This locality is the heart of the eastern cottage country of the Ontario state in Canada where the urban natives proves their living by building cottages over the lake sides of the city. The prominent goods of this locality are the meat and dairy production units along with small scale farms as main constituent of the economy in this city.