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Welland Ontario


About Welland

The city has been traditionally known as the place where rails and water meet, referring to the railways from Buffalo to Toronto and southwestern Ontario, and the waterways of Welland Canal and Welland River, which played a great role in the city's development. The city is notable for its large francophone population. Welland is one of few communities in southern Ontario where the percentage of Franco-Ontarians exceeds the overall provincial average. -- From Wikipedia
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Dialing Information
International code: +1
Area Code(s): 905

Population: 48,402

Elevation: 586 ft (179 m)

Location
Latitude: 42.991756
Longitude: -79.250587

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