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Guelph, which has also been referred to as the Royal City (because it was named after the British Royal Family – King George was from the Guelph family line – German), is one of Canada’s top 10 cities to live in. The city of Guelph is known for its low crime rate, it’s clean environment and high standard of living. However due to the fact that Guelph (which is a relatively a small city) is located near major cities (such as Cambridge, Waterloo, London and Toronto) Guelph experiences high percentages of acid rainfall and also severe weather conditions (such as high winds) in the summer.
The overall economy of Guelph is pretty strong. Approximately 18% of employment of Guelph’s citizens are working within the manufacturing sector. It was reported within the City of Guelph’s Economic Development Strategy that the growth industries that show economic development activities and should be focused on include agriculture-food and biotechnology firms, life sciences, environmental management and technology companies.
Guelph is ranked as the 5th fastest growing city in Ontario (approximately about 2% growth rate per year in Guelph), with a current population of approximately 128,000. However, the population fluctuates throughout the year due to the large university student population which changes each year. Majority of the students are those that go to the University of Guelph and tend to live in Guelph during the school year and move home during the summer months. When analyzing Guelph’s population dynamics one can notice that the population is roughly even on a female to male ratio. 49.1% of Guelph’s population are males, leaving 50.9% of the population female.
The University of Guelph is ranked one of Canada’s top universities, a very popular choice among today’s youth. The University of Guelph is recognized and known for its focus on life sciences, and for their amazingly talented and competitive sports teams (the Guelph Gryphons).
City Hall Address:
1 Carden Street
Guelph, Ontario, N1H 3A1