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Waterloo, Ontario is home of two Universities: Wilfred Laurier University and the University of Waterloo. Waterloo is part of Canada's Technology Triangle, and many companies such as Research In Motion, MapleSoft, Open Text, and Sybase make their home here. Farmland is quite close outside the city limits, and many Mennonites live close by.Get in
There is a small airport, but almost no one uses it other than the regular service to More...
Niagara Falls is both the name of a group of waterfalls and of the cities that surround them. The Falls are part of the Niagara River, which connects Lake Erie to Lake Ontario. The border between Canada and the United States lies along the centre of the river, which is part of the St. Lawrence Seaway.
There are two cities called Niagara Falls:
• Niagara Falls, New York in the state of New York in the United States of America, More...
London is a medium-sized city in Ontario, located west of Toronto, between Lake Huron and Lake Erie at the forks of the Thames River (not to be confused with the River Thames in London, England).
London is a major agricultural centre for southwestern Ontario, founded in 1792. It was once known for its courthouse and gallows, but is now a typical thriving mid-sized city. Although named after the British city, and features similarly named landmarks More...
Hamilton, Ontario is the fourth largest city in Ontario, the 9th largest city in Canada and the largest Hamilton in the world. It is situated at the westernmost end of Lake Ontario - the city wraps around the lake and continues towards the Niagara Escarpment, referred to by locals as "the mountain".
"Steel Town" remains the province's major industrial area despite the loss of thousands of factory jobs over the last twenty years. More...