Belleville is a small city in southeastern Ontario. It is about 185 km east of Toronto and 270 km southwest of Ottawa.
- About 67, 666 people lived in Belleville in 2016.
- Belleville has a large Aboriginal population. Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory is near Belleville.
- The name is French and means "beautiful city."
Belleville is close to provincial parks and conservation areas, golf courses and wineries in Prince Edward County. The top tourist attractions in Belleville include the Empire Theatre-Centre for Performing Arts, Zwick Centennial Park and Promise Land Family Farm.
Belleville’s major industries include automotive manufacturing, food processing, plastics and packaging and bio-technology. Corporations operating in Belleville include Procter & Gamble, Kellogg’s, Bardon Supplies Limited and Redpath.