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Few facts about Welland Ontario

Located in the heart of the Niagara Peninsula, Welland's weather is tempered by two Great Lakes, Erie and Ontario. The result being a moderate climate, not too hot, not too cold, not too wet and not too dry. Being central in the Niagara Region it has easy access to all major transportation corridors. Everything from rural tranquility to urban excitement is within easy reach. "Where Rails and Water Meet" has long been the slogan for this City. Located at the mid-point of the Welland Canal, a vital link in the St. Lawrence Seaway system, with major rail lines passing through it and connected directly to main highway arteries. Welland is the place to be if you're looking for big City conveniences in a small town atmosphere. Whether residential, commercial or heavy industrial, land prices are very competitive and quite low when compared to other Ontario municipalities. The average price for a new single-family home is about $125,203 with a one bedroom apartment renting at an average of $600 a month. The heavy clay soil makes the City ideal for horticulture and is one of the few cities with a rose named after it, a yellow blend hybrid tea.

Welland has hundreds of acres of parks, fields and other facilities aimed at sports and recreation. With 25 neighbourhood parks, three outdoor pools, 30 baseball diamonds, two boat launch areas, three soccer pitches, a lawn bowling green, a bocce court, five basketball courts, two tennis clubs, two arenas, public tennis courts, a rowing course and a sports complex ­ there is bound to be something to catch your interest. There are over 40 recreational and competitive sports organizations in the City. Golf courses abound in the Niagara Region. Only Prince Edward Island has more golf courses per capita than Niagara. Because of its central location, Welland is within at most a 30-minute drive to some of the finest golfing facilities in North America. If fishing or boating is your thing, the City (located on the Welland River and with a recreational waterway running through it's core) is within easy driving distance of two Great Lakes and the Niagara River. From salmon to bass, muskie to walleye and pike to perch the catch of your choice is waiting for you. The relocation of the Welland Canal to just east of the City took away the inconvenience of waiting for ships to pass through and left behind a recreational waterway bordered by parklands and world class facilities for rowing, kayaking and dragon boat racing. A state-of-the-art baseball stadium (which seats 3,000 and meets major league requirements) is at the heart of the city's sports complex which also features two softball diamonds. The two arenas, open year-around, have ice from mid-August to May and are host to the City's Junior B hockey team, minor hockey and figure skating club. During the summer months roller hockey, lacrosse, wrestling, boxing, circuses, concerts and conventions are just some of the events held there.

The current mayor of Welland is Damian Goulbourne, previously a tourism and development teacher at the Niagara College. The Welland city council is made up of the mayor and 12 councillors, each elected in his or her ward. The City is responsible for fire protection, libraries, parks and recreation and secondary streets, but many municipal services come instead from the broader level of government, the Niagara Region. Regional responsibilities include social welfare, community health, and policing through the Niagara Regional Police. The Welland Civic SquareThe current mayor of Welland is Damian Goulbourne, previously a tourism and development teacher at the Niagara College. The Welland city council is made up of the mayor and 12 councillors, each elected in his or her ward. The City is responsible for fire protection, libraries, parks and recreation and secondary streets, but many municipal services come instead 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 area, which has been deteriorated in the years following the Welland By-Pass project. The Civic Square project has 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 several new establishments have been opened downtown and some current business are expanding. The chief local political issue is the redevelopment of the downtown core area, which has been deteriorated in the years following the Welland By-Pass project. The Civic Square project has 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 several new establishments have been opened downtown and some current business are expanding.

There are twenty elementary schools and five secondary schools in Welland. Of these, four elementary schools and two secondary schools are part of French-language boards. All schools offer education in French to some extent.

Initially, manufacturing firms were the biggest employers in Welland. The plants of companies like Union Carbide, United Steel, Plymouth Cordage Company, three drop forges, a cotton mill, and the Atlas Steels, as well as general manufacturing plants, had big influence on shaping early Welland. While recent years saw the end of Welland operations for several companies, businesses such as John Deere and Lakeside Steel (a pipe plant formerly owned by Stelco) continue to employ a significant number of residents.

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. To a non-local, the only clue that they have left Welland could be the distinctly more upstyle character of Fonthill.

Notable parks are Chippawa Park, an older, well-developed park in the northwest; Memorial Park, a newer park in the southeast; and Merrit Island Park along the canal. Chippawa Park has rolling hills, mature specimen trees, playgrounds, a large pond, and small ornamental fish pond in a formal rose garden. It features a large war memorial carved from Lacasse granite and designed by a famous Canadian sculptor, Elizabeth Wyn Wood. Memorial Park was a project of the 1967 Centennial. It is very flat with younger trees. It has an outdoor pool shaped like a figure 8. There is also a cenotaph at this park. In the late 1960s, the eastern part of the park was used for the Welland Canal bypass. At the heart of the old city of Welland, near the Main Street Bridge, the Welland River passes under the Welland Canal, then runs parallel to the canal for a few miles. It forms a long, narrow strip of land ("Merrit Island") that is now a park. The end near the city has picnic tables and playground equipment.

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