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The City of Guelph
Transcript of The City of Guelph
The population of Guelph was 121,688 in 2011. In 2006 the population was 114,943. There was an increase in 2011 by 5.9%! Majority of the city are able to be involved in workforce. Ages 15-64 populate Guelph by 69%. The lower dependency load (ages 0-14) have a population of 17.6% and the upper dependency load (ages 65+) populate by 13.4%.
The Physical Geography of Guelph
The landform region of Guelph is the Great Lakes and St. Lawrence Lowlands. This region has rolling landscapes caused by glaciation, flat plains and deep river valleys. The Great Lakes and St. Lawrence Lowlands are divided by a thin wedge of the Canadian Shield. This region has the highest population in Canada. 50% of the population lives in this landform.
Economic Geography of Guelph
Finally, Guelph is the best city in Canada for it's major industries and businesses:
Manufacturing is the largest industry with 284 businesses; 22.6%
Retail Trade is the second largest industry with 109 businesses; 8.7%
Third largest industry is tied between construction, wholesale trade, and professional scientific technical services; with 104 businesses. 8.3%
Smallest industry is mining with only 1 business; 0.1%
Activities and Attractions
The official slogan of Guelph City is "Making A Difference." When in Guelph, you will never get bored because there is always something to do here. Keep your children active and visit:
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Guelph Grotto; Massive indoor rock climbing.
Macdonald Stewart Art Center; A two story, historic building from 1904 that has been transformed in to a fascinating art gallery.
Golf Parks; (Fergus South, Pike Lake, Victoria Park, Wildwinds, etc).
Guelph Lake Conservative Area; “Stretch your legs and explore the 4000 acres of Guelph Lake” (Visit Guelph Wellington, n.d).
Over 60 churches to visit.
"Over 1,000 hectares of parks and open space; a 70 km network of trails throughout the city" (City of Guelph Community Profile, page 18, 2011).
(Guelph Grotto, Visit Guelph Wellington, n.d).
In Guelph there are a large variety of different ethnic enclaves. The major ethnic groups in Guelph are:
British Isles origins ; 126,085; Largest ethnic enclave
European origins ; 51,480; Second largest ethnic enclave
English ; 42,720; Third largest ethnic enclave
North American Indian ; 2320; Smallest ethnic enclave
(Guelph in Ontario, Canada).
(Statistics Canada, Guelph, 2011).
The vegetation region of Guelph is Deciduous. This is a very large region with many different types of trees such as maple, beech, hickory, ash, black walnut, and more! This region is very similar to the Mixed Forest but has less acidic fertile soils. Guelph is such a reliable city because of it's great agriculture for farming! (Making Connections, page 108, 1999).
The climate region for Guelph is the Lower Lakes. The great lakes play a big part in the effect of the climate. During the winter the water causes the city to be relatively mild but cool. During the summer the heat from the water causes the city to be humid. This is why the city of Guelph has cold winters with heavy snowfall and long, hot summers with humid weather. This region also has a lot of precipitation. (Canadian Oxford School Atlas 8th Addition, page 19, n.d.)
(Guelph, Temperature Graph).
(Deciduous Forest, Canada).
(City of Guelph Community Profile, page 22-23, 2011).
Guelph's major forms of transportation is the transit terminal. Some of the forms of transit in Guelph are VIA Rail, Greyhound, and GO Transit, GO Train, and more! Guelph is also very aware of bicycles on the roads. On the official Guelph website they stated “Guelph added 24 kilometers of bike lanes and upgraded 33 kilometers of sidewalks in 2010-2011. Innovative new features for cycling were opened in 2011, including a “bike box.”
Canadian Oxford School Atlas 8th Addition, (p.19)
City of Guelph 2011 Community Profile, (p. 18, 22, 23)
Climate Graph, Guelph
Guelph in Ontario, Canada Map
Guelph Official Website
Making Connections Textbook, (p. 108, 152)
Ministry of Natural Resources, Deciduous Forest
Statistics Canada, Guelph
Visit Guelph Wellington, Activities