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The Township of Wellesley is the rural, north-western township of the Regional Municipality of Waterloo in Ontario, Canada.
It encompasses 277.79 km2 and had a population of 11,260 in the Canada 2016 Census.
By 1805, many Mennonites from Pennsylvania had settled nearby in Berlin but Wellesley Township itself was not surveyed until 1842, and the area around Crosshill was settled in 1846 by M. Hastings and Hugh Hutchinson.
The country scenery and rolling hills, along with its small town feel, have gradually transformed the township into a growing commuter town with a population mostly living in suburban developments, and travelling into the nearby cities of Kitchener and Waterloo for work.
Hawkesville never would get the railroad. On a hill itself, ringed by the flat of the Conestoga River, itself inside a ring of tall hills, it was deemed too difficult a task to bring the trains through town.
Instead of progress, Hawkesville has maintained the charm of the surrounding sugar maple woods and the quiet river banks. Summer mornings are sure to find a few young fishermen reclined on the bank, reeling in northern pike, yellow perch, and rainbow trout.
The population of the township at the time of the 2016 census was 11,260.
The following chart shows the growth since 1991.
Sources: https://www.facebook.com/places/Things-to-do-in-Wellesley-Ontario/108042139215810/, https://www.tripadvisor.ca/Restaurants-g668089-Wellesley_Region_of_Waterloo_Ontario.html