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Now little about your lovely city Stratford, Ontario.

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Stratford is a city on the Avon River in Perth County in southwestern Ontario, Canada with a population of 32,000. When the area was first settled by Europeans in 1832, the townsite and the river were named after Stratford-upon-Avon, England. It is the seat of Perth County. Stratford was incorporated as a town in 1859 and as a city in 1886. The first mayor was John Corry Wilson Daly and the current mayor is Dan Mathieson. The swan has become a symbol of the city. Each year twenty-four white swans and two black swans are released into the Avon River. The town is famous for being the home of the Stratford Shakespeare Festival. The town was originally a railway junction. Furniture manufacturing became an important part of the local economy by the twentieth century. A 1933 strike by furniture workers in Stratford, led by the Communist Workers' Unity League, marks the last time the army was deployed to break a strike in Canada. The city's economy took a major turn when the Stratford Shakespeare Festival started in 1953.

The annual festival now brings hundreds of thousands of theatre goers and tourists to the area. Celebrities such as Alec Guinness, Christopher Plummer, Peter Ustinov, Dame Maggie Smith, and William Shatner have performed at the festival. The world-renowned festival takes place in four theatres throughout the city; the Festival Theatre, the Avon Theatre, Tom Patterson Theatre and the Studio Theatre. Stratford had a population of 30,461 people in 2006 (though the population sign reads 32,000), which was a increase of 2.3% from the 2001 census count. The median household income in 2005 for Stratford was $54,128, which is slightly below the Ontario provincial average of $60,455. The University of Waterloos proposed Waterloo Stratford Campus is a forward-looking research, education and convergence centre that will drive the next generation of digital media applications and content models. The campus will draw leading researchers, businesses and entrepreneurs to create, examine and commercialize opportunities in the digital media field in a global economy. It is envisioned to quickly become a centre piece for collaboration, learning and sharing through conferences and workshops.

The Stratford Institute is a think-tank, integrator and training institute devoted to collaboration between digital media, international commerce and culture. The resulting changes to digital media thinking, art, tools, processes or services will have significant, positive impact on the economy, society and individuals at home and around the globe. The Waterloo Stratford Campus showcases a collaboration of academic, government and private sector support. The universities of Waterloo and Western Ontario will collaborate on teaching, research and professional efforts on the Waterloo's soon-to-be-established Stratford campus. The two institutions signed a memorandum of understanding in Stratford to investigate shared academic initiatives. The University of Western Ontario has expertise across the institution in various aspects of digital media, information technologies and critical media studies. In June 2009, the University of Waterloo Stratford Campus and the Canadian Digital Media Network (CDMN) hosted the Canada 3.0 forum in Stratford to map Canadas digital future and create opportunities for new business and jobs. In May 2010, the second Canada 3.0 was held in Stratford again. Many celebrities have lived in Stratford. Residents familiar to many Canadians include the singers Justin Bieber, Loreena McKennitt, Richard Manuel, classical singer James Westman, and actor Shawn Roberts. Canadian news anchors Lloyd Robertson and Tony Parsons both got their start in broadcasting at local radio station CJCS, Robertson in 1952 and Parsons in 1957. CBC news anchor Peter Mansbridge and his wife Cynthia Dale currently live in Stratford, as does actor Colm Feore.

Stratford is often credited as the home of hockey star Howie Morenz, who was actually from nearby Mitchell. The northern block of Nile Street, between Lakeside Drive and Water Street (on which the Allman Arena is situated) was renamed to Morenz Drive in his honour. William D. Connor, Lieutenant Governor of Wisconsin from 1907-1909, grandfather of former Congressman and Secretary of Defense Melvin R. Laird, and great-grandfather of Jessica Laird Doyle, wife of Governor James Doyle of Wisconsin, was born near Stratford on a farm. Thomas Edison briefly worked as a telegraph operator for the Grand Trunk Railway at Stratford's railway station. John Davis Barnett was an Assistant Mechanical Superintendent of the Grand Trunk Railroad and Mechanical Superintendent of the Midland Railroad and librarian; later in life becoming a collector donating to the University of Western Ontario. The assistant architect of the United States Capitol, Michael G. Turnbull, was born in Stratford and lived there until the age of eleven, when his family emigrated to the United States.

Dr. Norman Bethune made Stratford his temporary home in the early part of 1917. He worked as a physician at the home/office on Albert Street that was occupied by Dr. Lorne Robertson in the 1930s (now demolished). The two cast iron dogs from this residence now stand guard outside the entrance to Queen's Park at the north end of Parkview Drive. His sister Janet and her husband Thomas Stiles were host to Norman and his new wife Frances in 1924, when they stayed at Janet's home (at 335 Cobourg Street) for several months. This information is provided by Movers Stratford Movers Green Movers !

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