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History of Cambridge, OntarioThe City of Cambridge was created in January, 1973, with the amalgamation of the City of Galt, the Towns of Hespeler and Preston, and parts of the Townships of Waterloo and North Dumfries. Originally settled by Mennonites from Pennsylvania around 1805, both a sawmill then a flour mill were built along the Speed River, marking the hub of what was destined to become a popular settlement.

Cambridge's DemographicsCambridge is quickly becoming a multicultural community. Although the main population is English speaking, there is a large, distinct Portuguese culture within the city, as well as a significant population from Newfoundland.

Cambridge's ClimateThe climate in Cambridge is typical of south central Ontario, with mostly moderate winters and the occasional deep freeze. In summer, the temperatures tend to be in the high twenties, and like most of southern Ontario, there are several days of high humidity.

Cambridge (2006 population 120,371) is a city located on the Grand River and Speed River in the Region of Waterloo, Ontario, Canada.

Cambridge is a unique city, in that it retains the distinct flavour of each of the three separate communities that eventually merged to form this city. Situated in the center of Canada's Technology Triangle, its economic strength is based on a diversified manufacturing industry. Some of the city's largest employers are Babcock and Wilcox, Toyota and ATS Automation. With Highway 401 running right through the city, it is easily accessible and less than an hour from Toronto. Cambridge sponsors a number of festivals and community events, and takes great pride in protecting its environmental assets and green spaces.

Education in Cambridge, OntarioCambridge and surrounding areas offer an excellent basic school system as well as specialized research and technological training facilities. Three universities and one community college are all within a half hour of Cambridge, and the Conestoga College campus within the city offers a unique Interactive Training Center. There are thirty-three elementary and secondary schools in Cambridge. The University of Waterloo School of Architecture is here as well.

Transportation around Cambridge, OntarioThe recently formed Grand River Transit, a merger of the former Kitchener and Cambridge Transit systems, provides daily service between Kitchener, Waterloo and Cambridge, as well as within the city itself. All the main routes use accessible buses. For intercity travel, Greyhound Canada provides extensive service from the terminal near Hespeler Rd.

Tourism and Attractions of CambridgeThe Cambridge Farmer's Market has been an ongoing tradition since 1887, and the Scottish Market since 1830. Both are located in the Galt Market Building. A short distance away is the African Lion Safari, with seven different game reserves. Wings of Paradise butterfly conservatory features hundreds of free flying butterflies and over 75 species of plants. The highly developed trail system and access to the Grand River provide excellent canoeing, hiking and horseback riding opportunities.

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