Ancaster

Ancaster

Ancaster is home to some of the most beautiful houses in Hamilton. From the gracious older homes of old Ancaster to delightful townhouses just off Wilson Street, to suburban developments located near one of the largest shopping areas in Hamilton, this community offers something for everyone.

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Caledonia

Caledonia

Caledonia is just south of Hamilton, Ontario on Hwy #6. The Grand River runs through Caledonia and the landmark nine span bridge connects the community of heritage and growth. Caledonia has 10,000 residents, more than half have moved here in the last twenty years.

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Dundas

Dundas

This beautiful valley town of 23,000 people is bounded north and south by two sides of the Niagara Escarpment with Cootes Paradise wetlands on the east and conservation lands to the west. Dundas boasts a proximity to the area's natural wonders and a shopping area that combines sophistication with a welcome small-town feeling. It remains one of the most desirable areas in Hamilton to raise families.

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Dunnville

Dunnville

Dunnville is a quiet, picturesque community of 12,000 on the Grand River and on Hwy# 3, between the Niagara and Hamilton regions.

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Glanbrook

Glanbrook

Glanbrook is a blend of small town character with a diversified economy and proximity to all the amenities of the big city. Including the towns of Binbrook and Mt. Hope, Glanbrook now encompasses 75 acres and houses the John C. Munro Hamilton International Airport.

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Flamborough

Flamborough

With more than 15 communities, all with their own character and appeal, Flamborough has been called a genuine community of communities.

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Hamilton Center

Hamilton Center

This part of Hamilton lies between Hamilton Harbour and the Escarpment (Mountain) and between James on the west and Kenilworth on the east. It includes such traditionally working class neighbourhoods as the North End, Beasley and Corktown, and a number of other neighborhoods east of downtown on both sides of Barton and Main Street.

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Hamilton East

Hamilton East

This part of Hamilton, east of Kenilworth, lies below the Escarpment and straddles Red Hill Creek which for many years was pure parkland and is now home to the Red Creek Expressway, which connects the QEW to the Lincoln Alexander Expressway to the 403.

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Hamilton Mountain

Hamilton Mountain

The Urban Renewal Section of the Economic Development Office promotes the revitalization and development of properties in Hamilton’s six Downtowns (i.e. Downtown Hamilton, Ancaster Village Core, Binbrook Community Core, Downtown Dundas, Downtown Stoney Creek and Waterdown Village), Business Improvement Areas (BIAs), and other commercial corridors throughout the City.

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Hamilton West

Hamilton West

The West End centred on McMaster University, this area is widely known as home to the city's future, as hundreds of university students flood its ranks in September. But it's also home to Cootes Paradise, a large wetland at the west end of the Hamilton Harbour and the trendy shopping district of Westdale Village. Westdale was one of Canada's first planned communities, with work beginning in the 1920s.

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Smithville

Smithville

Smithville is a community in the township of West Lincoln. The former police village is located on Highway 20 between Hamilton and Niagara Falls in the Niagara Region of Ontario, Canada. Smithville first became a police village in 1887, however the arrangement was unsatisfactory and the village again became part of South Grimsby Township in 1889.

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Stoney Creek

Stoney Creek

Historic Stoney Creek has a long and honourable provenance and is one of the oldest communities in the City of Hamilton. Settlements were first established primarily by United Empire Loyalists in the late 1700s, and residents annually celebrate a key battle from the War of 1812, with reenactments and tours of the Battle of Stoney Creek National Historical Site.

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West Lincoln

West Lincoln

On January 1st, 1970 the Township of West Lincoln was incorporated as a local Municipality within the Regional Municipality of Niagara. The Township is an amalgamation of the former Townships of South Grimsby, Caistor, and Gainsborough.

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