Guelph

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Guelph (2016 Canadian Census population 131,794) is a city in Southwestern Ontario, Canada.wikipedia
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Wellington County, Ontario

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It is the seat of Wellington County, but is politically independent of it.
However many of the residents in the southern part of the County commute to urban areas such as Guelph, Kitchener, Waterloo, Brampton, Mississauga, Toronto and Hamilton for employment.

Linamar

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Much of this achievement was due to the great number of manufacturing facilities, including Linamar.
Based in Guelph, Ontario, the company's various operations employ more than 29,000 persons worldwide in a total of 60 manufacturing plants, 8 R&D centers and 25 sales offices in 17 countries located in North and South America, Europe and Asia.

Puslinch, Ontario

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The majority of this nation, about 4,000 people, lived in a village near what is now the Badenoch area of Puslinch, near Morriston. The overall economy of the Guelph "region" (including the city and the townships of Guelph/Eramosa and Puslinch, Ontario) grew at an average of 3.5% per year over the previous five years and was expected to be 2.1% in 2019 and also in 2020 according to the Conference Board of Canada's August 2019 report.
Puslinch is a township in south-central Ontario, Canada, in Wellington County, surrounding the south end of Guelph.

Goderich, Ontario

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The initial founding was symbolized by Galt (with "Tiger" Dunlop, who would be significant in the history of Goderich, Ontario,) felling a tree on April 23, 1827.
Contrary to a popularly held belief, plans for The Square were not intended for Guelph.

Canada Company

Guelph began as a settlement in the 1820s, established by Scotsman John Galt, who was in Upper Canada as the first Superintendent of the Canada Company.
He first settled in York (Toronto, Ontario) but selected Guelph as the company's headquarters, and his home.

Guelph Junction Railway

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The building eventually became the Canadian Pacific Railway Priory station on the Guelph Junction Railway before it was eventually torn down and removed.
The Guelph Junction Railway is a shortline railway that is owned by the City of Guelph, Ontario, and serves the city's northwest industrial park.

Guelph Transit

A few years later, George Sleeman Sr. founded an electric radial railway, the Guelph Railway Company, an important part of the history of Guelph Transit.
The Guelph Transit Commission is a small public transportation agency that operates transit bus services in Guelph, Ontario, Canada.

Communist Party of Canada

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The Canadian Communist Party began as an illegal organization in a rural barn near Guelph on May 28 and 29, 1921.
The Canadian Communist Party began as an illegal organization in a rural barn near the town of Guelph, Ontario, on May 28 and 29, 1921.

Palmerston, Ontario

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The first section of the Wellington, Grey & Bruce Railway, between Guelph and Elora, opened in 1870; the line would eventually run as far as Southampton, Ontario, with stations in communities such as Palmerston, Harriston, Listowel and Wingham.
In its original concept the railroad was to run from Guelph to Southampton, Ontario and would not have gone through Palmerston.

University of Guelph

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. The city is home to the University of Guelph, established in 1964, and Sleeman Breweries Ltd..
The University of Guelph (U of G) is a comprehensive public research university in Guelph, Ontario, Canada.

Old City Hall (Guelph)

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The first city hall, now called the Old City Hall (Guelph), was built in 1856 of Guelph stone; the building contained a market house, offices and an assembly hall. Guelph has several buildings on the National Historic Sites of Canada register: the Basilica of Our Lady Immaculate, McCrae House and Old City Hall.
Old City Hall is a historic building and a National Historic Site of Canada in Guelph, Ontario, Canada, which until April 2009 served as the headquarters of the city government.

Sleeman Breweries

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. The city is home to the University of Guelph, established in 1964, and Sleeman Breweries Ltd..
Sleeman Breweries is a Japanese-owned Canadian brewery founded by John Warren Sleeman in 1988 in Guelph, Ontario.

Guelph City Hall

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The new Guelph City Hall opened in 2009 beside the older building, which was declared a National Historic Site in 1984.
Guelph City Hall is the seat of local government in Guelph, Ontario, Canada.

Guelph Collegiate Vocational Institute

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Guelph Collegiate Vocational Institute (GCVI), established in the 1840s, is one of the province's oldest high schools.
The Guelph Collegiate Vocational Institute (GCVI, Guelph C.V.I., GC) is a public high school in Guelph, Ontario, Canada.

Downtown Guelph

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A redevelopment plan for Downtown Guelph had been discussed by Council since 2007 and was finalized as the 2018 Baker District redevelopment project.
Downtown Guelph is the heart of the city of Guelph, Ontario.

Guelph General Hospital

The board of the Guelph General Hospital was incorporated in 1861, with James Massie as the chairman.
Guelph General Hospital is a medical care facility in Guelph, Ontario, Canada.

McCrae House

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Guelph has several buildings on the National Historic Sites of Canada register: the Basilica of Our Lady Immaculate, McCrae House and Old City Hall.
McCrae House, located in Guelph, Ontario, is the birthplace of John McCrae (b.

Yukon Gold potato

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Note too that the Yukon Gold potato was first bred at the University of Guelph in 1966; it became available on the market in 1981.
This potato was developed in the 1960s by Garnet ("Gary") Johnston in Guelph, Ontario, Canada with the help of Geoff Rowberry at the University of Guelph.

Kitchener, Ontario

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Known as "The Royal City", Guelph is roughly 28 km east of Kitchener and 100 km west of Downtown Toronto, at the intersection of Highway 6, Highway 7 and Wellington County Road 124.
Victoria Street was then and remains the primary highway to Guelph but this is slated to be bypassed with an entirely new highway beginning at the Wellington Street exit and running roughly north of and parallel to the old route.

Upper Canada

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Guelph began as a settlement in the 1820s, established by Scotsman John Galt, who was in Upper Canada as the first Superintendent of the Canada Company.

John Galt (novelist)

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Guelph began as a settlement in the 1820s, established by Scotsman John Galt, who was in Upper Canada as the first Superintendent of the Canada Company.
While in Canada, Galt lived in York in Upper Canada (now Ontario), but located the headquarters of the Canada Company at Guelph, a town he also founded in 1827.

Southwestern Ontario

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Guelph (2016 Canadian Census population 131,794) is a city in Southwestern Ontario, Canada.
Today the largest cities in Southwestern Ontario, in order of population (2016), are: London, Kitchener, Windsor, Guelph, Cambridge, Waterloo, Brantford, Sarnia, Stratford, Woodstock, and St. Thomas.

Guelph/Eramosa

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The overall economy of the Guelph "region" (including the city and the townships of Guelph/Eramosa and Puslinch, Ontario) grew at an average of 3.5% per year over the previous five years and was expected to be 2.1% in 2019 and also in 2020 according to the Conference Board of Canada's August 2019 report.
It partly encircles the city of Guelph, surrounding it in a continuous arc from approximately northeast to south-southwest of the city.

Elora, Ontario

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The first section of the Wellington, Grey & Bruce Railway, between Guelph and Elora, opened in 1870; the line would eventually run as far as Southampton, Ontario, with stations in communities such as Palmerston, Harriston, Listowel and Wingham.
Elora is situated on the Grand River, approximately 20 km north of Guelph, and 20 km northeast of Kitchener-Waterloo.

Speed River

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Downtown Guelph is situated above the confluence of the Speed River and the Eramosa River, which have numerous tributaries.
It flows south from its source near Orton, through Guelph, where it is joined by the Eramosa River, then through the towns of Hespeler and Preston, finally uniting with the Grand River in north-west Cambridge.