Welland


Also found in: Dictionary, Wikipedia.
Related to Welland: Welland Canal

Welland

(wĕl`ənd), city (1991 pop. 47,914), SE Ont., Canada, on the Welland Ship Canal. It is a canal port and an industrial center. Cotton, iron, steel, and many other goods are made in Welland. The city is also a distribution center for a fruit-growing area

Welland

 

a city in Canada, in the southern part of the province of Ontario, on the Welland Ship Canal, which connects Lake Ontario to Lake Erie, bypassing the Niagara River and Niagara Falls. Population, 44,400 (1971). Welland is an important center for the production of iron alloys. The city is the location of Canada’s largest tube-rolling plant, which has a capacity of 540,000 tons. Welland also produces carburetors, textiles, and chemical products.

References in periodicals archive ?
Giving evidence as CCTV footage of the incident was being played, Debenham's supervisor Mr Welland said Lachiri had tampered with the security tag on the aftershave, covering it with his mobile phone while walking out of the store.
The gun has been restored and preserved by the Lincoln and Welland Regiment Foundation, and is currently on display at the St.
From Ken Loach's Kes to Z Cars and Chariots of Fire, Colin Welland will be fondly remembered for his sense of humour and the gritty realism-with-a-heart roles he so embodied.
A former teacher, Welland, who died Monday, rose to fame in the 1969 film Kes, playing Mr Farthing, before going on to star in Straw Dogs.
Away from writing, Welland was a rugby league fan and supported Warrington Wolves.
Welland, a father-of-four who acted in everything from Kes to Z Cars, won his Academy Award for the screenplay of Chariots Of Fire in 1981, famously waving his statue and announcing in his acceptance speech: "The British are coming
OSCAR-WINNING writer and actor Colin Welland has died from Alzheimer's disease at the age of 81, his family has announced.
Welland, a Lancashire-born fatherof-four who acted in everything from Kes to Z Cars, won his Academy Award for the screenplay of Chariots of Fire in 1981, famously waving his statue and announcing in his acceptance speech: "The British are coming
Location: Welland City Hall, 60 East Main Street, Welland
by Michael Welland, Reaktion Books, 25 [pounds sterling] (hardback)
Art Federow found what he believes may be the world's oldest known hockey stick in the attic of his grandfather's home on Chippawa Creek, a tributary of the Welland River, nearly five decades ago.
Cameron Ford and Adam Welland recently went out for a meal at a McDonalds in London's Kingston town, bringing along with them cutlery, fake candles, a tablecloth, wine glasses and even an improvised table centrepiece made out of straws.