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Ontario, named for the Canadian province, is home to about 170,000 people. Ontario lies in San Bernardino County, and forms part of the Inland Empire. Ontario also serves as the location for the Ontario Mills as well as the LA/Ontario International Airport.
Originally, Ontario was known as a health resort. However, Ontario soon became an agricultural powerhouse, as its climate is ideal for citrus fruit, olives, and dairy farming. Currently, Ontario’s economy is still fueled by agriculture, although the manufacturing industry as well as the service and warehousing sectors have grown substantially.
For over five decades, Ontario has featured religious scenes depicting Jesus’ life on the Euclid Avenue median during the holidays. In 1998, Ontario resident Patrick Green sued the City for presenting this display. Specifically, Green claimed that the display violated the California Constitution’s provision for separation of church and state. The parties resolved their dispute, however, when private groups took full responsibility for funding the displays.
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