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As ofit had a population of 55, The city is in the centre of Niagara and located within a half-hour driving distance to Niagara FallsNiagara-on-the-LakeSt. Catharinesand Port Colborne. It has been traditionally known as the place where rails and water meetreferring to the railways from Buffalo to Toronto and Southwestern Ontarioand the waterways of Welland Canal and Welland Riverwhich played a great role in the city's development.

The area was settled in by United Empire Loyalists who had been granted land by the Crown to compensate for losses due to property they left in the British Thirteen Colonies during and after the American Revolutionary War. Tensions continued between Great Britain and the newly independent United States, and the War of broke out.

On 19 OctoberCanadian forces led by George Hay, 8th Marquess of Singles events over 40 welland ontario[3] met an American raiding party, numbering approximately nine hundred, near the eastern edge of the present community during the Battle of Cook's Mills.

After an intense skirmish, the Americans retreated to Buffalo, New York. Cook's Mills was the second to last engagement of the War of on Canadian soil. The First Welland Canal was extended in to reach Lake Erie and has influenced development of this city ever since. A wooden aqueduct was built to carry the Welland Canal over the Welland River at what is now downtown Welland, and the area became known as simply Aqueduct. A lock to cross from the canal to the river and vice versa was also built.

A small shantytown soon developed around the facility, providing essential services in what was a convenient stop-over location for travellers and workers on the canal. The growing town was later named Merrittsville, after William Hamilton Merrittthe initiator of the Welland Canal project. This name is reflected in the name of the Merrittville Highway Niagara Road 50which served as the primary north—south route in central Niagara before the construction of Highway Welland gained its present name when it was incorporated on 25 July It became a city in One of the few railway crossings across the canal was near Welland.

Together with the canal, these two factors attracted the development of heavy industry in Welland. In the Plymouth Cordage Company was the first major industrial company to open a plant in Welland. By the s, Welland was an important industrial city in the region and was developing rapidly. In the s, the city was starting to outgrow the canal passing through its core. The Welland By-Pass project, started in and finished inprovided a new, shorter alignment for the Welland Canal by moving it from downtown Welland to the city's outskirts.

With the completion of the bypass, Welland's east singles events over 40 welland ontario and the former town of Crowland was like an island between the new and old canal channels.

The City of Welland is working to revitalize the downtown core through an ongoing community improvement plan. Integral to the program is the use of incentives to promote revitalization and redevelopment. A report published by the City of Welland in said, "for over 10 years now, these programs have produced only very moderate uptake and development since being introduced.

The Welland city council is made up of 12 councillors, each elected in his or her ward this is known as election by single-member districts. Each of the six wards in Welland elects two councillors.

It is led by the mayor, who is elected at-largeby all the voters in the city. Welland's current mayor is Frank Campion. In addition, two regional councillors are elected at-large, to participate in the Niagara Regional Council.

Another representative of Welland was appointed to fill Kormos's seat since late Mayin order to represent the city on the Regional Council. The city is responsible for fire protection, libraries, parks and recreation and secondary streets, but many municipal services come from the broader level of government, the Niagara Region.

Regional responsibilities include social welfare, community health, and policing through the Niagara Regional Police. The chief local political issue is the redevelopment of the downtown core, which has deteriorated in the years after the Welland By-Pass project. The Civic Square project singles events over 40 welland ontario been completed after spanning the terms of three city councils and three mayors.

The new building, facing both East Main Street and the old canal, houses the city hall and the Welland Public Library. The project is proving to be a catalyst for development, as singles events over 40 welland ontario new establishments have been opened downtown and some businesses are expanding.

According to the census conducted by Statistics CanadaSingles events over 40 welland ontario had a population of 55, living in 23, of its 24, total private dwellings, a change of 6. With a land area of In[7] The largest visible minority groups were Black 2. French was the first language of 7. All other religions accounted for 2. The largest non-Christian religions were Islam 0. Another significant cultural group was established with the opening of the Plymouth Cordage plant.

Many workers relocated to Welland from the company's operations in Plymouth, Massachusetts were of Italian origin. To minimize the singles events over 40 welland ontario effects of cultural and language barriers, Plymouth Cordage sent four foremen to Welland: one was Italian, one French, one German and one English.

The neighbourhood that the company built for its employees, now the Plymouth Cordage Heritage Districtbecame the first Italian ethnic neighbourhood in Welland. North American Indigenousn. The board also operates one secondary school in the city: Notre Damewhich offers Grade 9 through to Grade Continuing education courses are also offered by the board at its Father Patrick H.

Fogarty Learning Centre within the city. The District School Board of Niagara operates ten elementary schools within the city and two secondary schools: Welland Centennial Secondary School servicing the western side of the city and Eastdale Secondary servicing the eastern side.

The college offers post-secondary diplomas, singles events over 40 welland ontario degrees and advanced-level programs. Welland, because of its proximity to the Sir Adam Beck hydroelectric station at Niagara Fallswas historically known for its steel, automotive, and textile industries.

While recent years saw the end of Welland operations for several companies, such as John Deere which announced in September that it would be closing its plant and relocating manufacturing to Singles events over 40 welland ontario and Mexico, businesses such as Lakeside Steel a pipe plant formerly owned by Stelcosince owned by JMC Steel continues to employ residents.

The Atlas Steel Co. Roy H. Davis and partners bought the Welland plant from its American shareholders in Gun barrels were produced here during the second World War. It was for a time Canada's largest manufacturer of stainless steel.

Singles events over 40 welland ontario plant housed a vacuum smelter line, necessary for the production of Titanium. The plant was finally torn down in Plymouth, with roots in Massachusettsmoved to secure its business in binding twine, necessary to package farm crops such as grass, wheat or straw. The city of Welland grew up around the Plymouth plant, which was prior tofarmland. The cordage industry was a victim of the harvester-thresher, which obviated the need for binding or baling twine, as the threshing operation is now performed in a contiguous step immediately when the stalk is cut.

Thanks to the presence of the massive plant, power remained on in over half of Welland during the North America blackout until rolling blackouts began the next day in an effort to provide power to areas that hadn't had it for nearly 24 hours. Welland is located in the centre of south Niagara. Over the years, urban growth has all but united the northwest part of Welland with the community of Fonthill.

As a result, a very prominent split was created between the east side and the west side of the city. The west side grew primarily to the north, while the east side expanded south.

The west side also became the more affluent of the two. Today, even though the canal traffic no longer causes regular interruption in the traffic across the city, the channel lives on as Welland Recreational Waterway. East side and west side are very commonly used as basic directions. The communities of Cooks Mills and Dain City have their own separation stories. Cooks Mills, located on the other side of the By-Pass channel than the singles events over 40 welland ontario of Welland, has arguably been protected against the impact of urban sprawlbut the necessity of using one of the two highway tunnels to cross the canal causes some residents to head to nearby Niagara Falls instead.

Dain City, located in the south of the city where the two channels meet, is separated by the massive approaches to the Townline Tunnel required to provide the low grade for the rail lines that use the tunnel. Dain City was built for, and by, the Dain Manufacturing Company Now known as John Deerethe main employer in the area, as a " company town ".

John Deere announced in September that it would be closing its plant and relocating manufacturing to Wisconsin and Mexico. There singles events over 40 welland ontario a slight movement to develop the northern end of the east side, an undeveloped area.

A community named Singles events over 40 welland ontario Pointe is being built close to the banks of the By-Pass, and the area received further investment when a new Wal-Mart store opened on Woodlawn Road close to Highway Technically, both the east side and Dain City are peninsulassurrounded by the waters of the old and new channels of the Welland Canal and connected to "solid" ground only by the relatively small plug in the old canal along the Townline Tunnel approaches.

Crowland is a former township created in [13] that grew up around Ontario Road and Welland Recreational Canal. A man-made geographic feature is the Merritt Island, a strip of land approximately five kilometres long and, in some places, less than singles events over 40 welland ontario wide.

The island was singles events over 40 welland ontario when the alignment of the First Welland Canal singles events over 40 welland ontario constructed basically parallel to the Welland River and since the abandonment of the old canal has been established as Merritt Park, featuring a popular four kilometre-long paved trail. The winter is the driest singles events over 40 welland ontariowith no more than Though, due to lake-effect snowthe city receives, on average, Summer is warm, with an average high temperature of Autumn is cool average temperature of 4.

The extreme high and low temperatures are Daily precipitation extremes include a rainfall of One singles events over 40 welland ontario the worst winter storms to affect the Welland area was in January when the Singles events over 40 welland ontario of '77 hit Niagara and Western New York from 28 January to 1 February Notable parks are Chippawa Park, an older, well-developed park in the northwest; Memorial Park, a newer park in the southeast which has been shrunk for suburban development; and Merritt Island Park along the canal with an upper level paved trail and lower level gravel trail.

Chippawa Park has rolling hills, mature specimen trees predominantly Carolinian, including several species of Hickory and Mapleplaygrounds, a large pond, and small ornamental fish pond in a formal rose garden.

It features a large war memorial carved from Lacasse granite and singles events over 40 welland ontario by a famous Canadian sculptor, Elizabeth Wyn Wood. Memorial Park was a project of the Centennial. It is very flat with younger trees.

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