South Western Ontario
Southwestern Ontario extends north south from the Bruce Peninsula on Lake Huron to Lake Erie and east to southwest from Orangeville to Windsor.
The area had a population of approximately 2,445,000 in 2006 and includes the cities and towns of Brantford, Cambridge, Chatham, Goderich, Guelph, Ingersoll, London, Kitchener, Orangeville, Owen Sound, Sarnia, St. Thomas, Stratford, Tillsonburg, Waterloo, Windsor and Woodstock.
The area’s economy is based on agriculture, manufacturing and tourism.
Important crops are canola, corn, soybeans, tobacco and winter wheat. Food processing and supply of automotive parts and assemblies are key industries.
Southwestern Ontario is home to: Guelph, Waterloo, Western, Wilfred Laurier and Windsor Universities.
The Guelph Agri Innovation Cluster and Waterloo Region Technology Triangle bring together partners from the public and private sectors ready to serve domestic and international clients.
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