Question: What is the difference between Kitchener and Waterloo?

Are Kitchener and Waterloo the same?

Kitchener is a city in the Canadian province of Ontario, about 100 km (62 mi) west of Toronto. Kitchener and Waterloo are considered twin cities, which are often referred to jointly as Kitchener–Waterloo (K–W), although they have separate municipal governments.

Is Kitchener bigger than Waterloo?

It contains the cities of Cambridge, Kitchener and Waterloo (KWC or Tri-Cities), and the townships of North Dumfries, Wellesley, Wilmot and Woolwich. Kitchener, the largest city, is the seat of government. The region is 1,369 square kilometres (529 sq mi) in area .Regional Municipality of Waterloo.Waterloo RegionWebsitewww.regionofwaterloo.ca24 more rows

Does Waterloo Region include Kitchener?

Waterloo Region includes three cities and four townships: The City of Cambridge. The City of Kitchener. The City of Waterloo.

What is the 2nd biggest city in Canada?

Montreal By population rankRankPopulation centreProvince1TorontoOntario2MontrealQuebec3VancouverBritish Columbia64 more rows

Where does Waterloo get their water?

In Waterloo Region, there are two sources for drinking water - the Grand River and groundwater wells. About 20 to 25 per cent of Waterloo Regions drinking water is from the Grand River. Water from the Grand River goes through a multi-step treatment process at the Mannheim Water Treatment Plant.

Which is the cleanest city in Canada?

CALGARY #1: CALGARY Calgary in Canada is the worlds cleanest city, and with a population of more than a million, thats quite something.

What is the main city in Canada?

Ottawa Canada/Capitals

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