Hensall is a community in Bluewater, Ontario, Canada with a population of 1,173 (2011 Census). It is located in the centre of Huron County's agricultural land, and is home to three large processing facilities: Thompsons Limited, Hensall Co-op and Cook's Division of Parrish & Heimbecker Ltd., where thousands of tons of beans are annually processed, packaged and shipped worldwide.
Hensall is known as the White Bean Capital of Canada, built on growth and development that began in the 19th century with traditional farming methods.
Hensall is named after the village of Hensall in Yorkshire, England. Hensall, Ontario was founded by two brothers from Hensall, Yorkshire, (George and James Petty), in 1851.
In 1876 a railway station was built to transport people around the area. In 1896, Hensall had a recorded population of 898. In 1876, Hensall got its first post office.
Hensall is located where Huron Road 84 running east from Zurich bisects Highway 4 running north from Exeter.
The community is served by the North Link scheduled bus service to Owen Sound and London, operated by Aboutown Transportation.