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Elmira is the largest community within the Township of Woolwich, which used to be in Waterloo County, Ontario but is now in the Regional Municipality of Waterloo.
It is 15 kilometres (9 mi) to the north of the city of Waterloo.
The community was listed in the Canada 2016 Census with a population of 10,161 at that time.
The land comprising Woolwich Township belonged to the Huron Nation then to the Mohawk Nation.
The first European settlers arrived in Woolwich Township in the late 18th century.
In 1798, William Wallace was one of the first settlers after he was deeded 86,078 acres (348 km2) of land on the Grand River for a cost of $16,364. A block three of First Nations Lands, this area now comprises a large part of Woolwich Township.
The parcel of land called "Woolwich' was named after a town in Kent, England.
The local schools include John Mahood Public School, Riverside Public School, St. Teresa RC, Park Manor Senior Public School, and Elmira District Secondary School.
The secondary school draws students from the town and surrounding areas of St. Jacobs, Conestogo, Drayton, Winterbourne, Linwood, Heidelberg, West Montrose, Wallenstein, Yatton, Dorking and St. Clements.
Sources: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Elmira,_Ontario, http://www.itcwebdesigns.com/elmira_ca.htm