As the largest central community in one of Canada’s fastest growing regions, Kitchener-Waterloo (K-W) offers the very best of multicultural, large urban centre living and vibrant city life with the warmth and tight-knit community associated with smaller towns.
An hour west of Toronto, K-W is strategically located in Waterloo Region within Canada’s Technology Triangle, a diverse, innovative and entrepreneurial region of 500,000 people. The region has one of the fastest growing economies in Canada and our rapidly growing population has created a critical need for additional doctors.
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The City of Cambridge is one of Ontario’s fastest growing municipalities, with a population of 130,000 and continued forecasted growth. Cambridge offers historic, small-town charm with all the big city amenities, diverse recreational facilities, trails and parkland, a wide range of arts, culture and theatre events and a strong future of continued cultural, residential, commercial and industrial growth and development. Very centrally located in Southwestern Ontario, Cambridge straddles the 401 and is only one hour west of Toronto (40 minutes to Pearson Airport). We are an easy 40-minute drive to Hamilton and are “next door” to Kitchener-Waterloo. Cambridge is just minutes away from several world-class colleges and universities and is ideally situated in the heart of Grand River country.
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The ‘Royal City’ of Guelph is located in southwestern Ontario. Guelph is approximately 28 kilometres (17 mi) east of Waterloo and 100 kilometres (62 mi) west of downtown Toronto. Because of its low crime rates, clean environment and generally high standard of living, Guelph is consistently rated as one of the country’s best places to live. Guelph is picturesque as a result of its many beautifully preserved historic sites such as the Guelph Civic Museum, McCrae House and Church of Our Lady. Lots of natural attractions for the outdoor lover, such as Guelph Lake, University of Guelph Arboretum, Exhibition Park and Riverside Park. Guelph is also well-known for its Arts culture – River Run Centre, The Bookshelf Café and annual Hillside Festival.
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The Township of Wellesley is northwest of Waterloo and has a population of approximately 10,700. This comprises Bamberg, Crosshill, Hawkesville, Heidelberg, Kingwood, Knight’s Corners, Linwood, Macton, St. Clements, Wallenstein and Wellesley – picturesque countryside with rolling hills, rivers and greenery. Culturally, the Township boasts the annual Wellesley Apple Butter and Cheese Festival, an annual Art Around the Pond gala, and a Fall Fair.
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