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The City of Kitchener is a city in southwestern
Ontario, Canada. It was the Town of Berlin
from 1854 until 1912 and the City of Berlin
from 1912 until 1916. The current population
is over 200,000. The metropolitan area, which includes
the neighboring cities of Waterloo and Cambridge,
has over 450,000 people, making it the eleventh
largest Census Metropolitan Area (CMA) in Canada
and the fifth largest CMA in Ontario. It is
the seat of the Waterloo Regional Municipality,
and is adjacent to the smaller cities of Cambridge
to the south, and Waterloo to the north. Kitchener
and Waterloo are often referred to jointly
twin cities" or "Kitchener-Waterloo",
although they have separate municipal governments.
Including Cambridge, the three cities are known
as "the tri-cities".
has benefited from the presence of two universities
and a number of high tech companies, Kitchener
has been a more blue-collar town. The Huron Business Park
is also the site of a number of industries,
from seat manufacturers to furniture components.
A number of the old industrial companies of
Kitchener have fallen on harder times: the
Kaufmann shoe manufacturer has closed its factory,
Schneider Foods (a meat producer) has been
bought out and operations scaled back, and
companies like Electrohome have ceased local
production in favour of licensing or supply
agreements with overseas makers. Still, occupations
unique to manufacturing, processing and utilities
cover as much as 15% of the local workforce.
boasts a new city hall, and a new farmer's
market opened in 2004. Other projects include
an assortment of lofts, utilizing old factories.
Various plans for 20 floor condo units have
been put in place. And although Waterloo is
home to many insurance companies, two universities,
and high-tech industries, Kitchener is hoping
to increase demand for office space by building
office towers and inviting companies from around
the golden triangle to move in.
The groundbreaking ceremony for the University
of Waterloo school of pharmacy and downtown
health sciences campus was officially held
on March 15, 2006. The building will be located
on King Street near Victoria Street, across
the street from the former Kaufmann shoe factory
(now being converted to lofts).
The address of City Hall:
200 King St W
Kitchener, ON, N2G 4G7