Upcoming Film Project - Wednesday, August 4, 2021

Posted on Friday July 30, 2021

The Invest Cambridge team is pleased to provide information about another upcoming film project!

The Hardy Boys will be returning to Cambridge to film scenes for their upcoming second season on Wednesday, August 4. We first saw them in Cambridge in 2019 where they filmed in various businesses on Ainslie St, in the Queens Square branch of the Idea Exchange, along the streetscapes on Dickson Street and they were the first production that was ever granted permission to film within Cambridge Archives!

Anticipated Impact:

  • Intermittent stoppages on Dickson Street (between Water and Wellington) – outside of rush hours
  • Intermittent stoppages on Ainslie Street North (between Dickson and Main St) – AFTER 9pm ONLY
  • Paid duty officers from Waterloo Region Police Services will be onsite throughout the course of the project to direct traffic and assist in maintaining public safety

*rush hours are determined to be the times between 7 to 9am and 3 to 6pm

Parking:

  • Portion of the Wellington Street Lot
  • Market Lot
  • Onstreet spaces on Ainslie (between Dickson and Main)
  • Onstreet spaces on Dickson (between Wellington and Main)

Despite the above, there is still plenty of available parking in Galt!  Discover your new favourite parking lot by planning ahead and visiting our Downtown Parking webpage! While you are exploring the core, don't forget to #SupportLocal - enjoy the pedestrian friendly street patios and visit some of our nearby small businesses!

For more information on filming in Cambridge, and health and safety guidelines the film industry must adhere to while on location, please visit our website:  https://www.cambridge.ca/en/build-invest-grow/Filming-in-Cambridge.aspx or the provincial film commission website at:  https://digitallibrary.ontariocreates.ca/DigitalLibrary/CovidUpdate.aspx

 Please do not hesitate to contact our office at invest@cambridge.ca or (519) 740-4685, ext 4724 should you have any questions or concerns.