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Find Your Place to Live in Hamilton
Once known as Canada's steel town, Hamilton today has begun to re-vitalize and transform into a mosaic of unique neighbourhoods from the "hipster" vibe of of James Street North, and the trendy cafe scenes of Locke street, to the beach properties of Stoney creek and the family friendly neighbourhoods of Waterdown. It is a city rich in history and architecture. and an eclectic mix of residents and charm. Still regarded as one of Ontario's more affordable locations to live, Hamilton is attracting young professionals and families alike. Plans to link the city by Rapid Light Transit to Toronto has already brought new interest in development and investments to the City.


Hamilton's Community Events

Ti-Cats
Hamilton Tiger-Cats CFL Games
A professional Canadian football team the Ti-Cats are currently members of the East Division of the Canadian Football League. The Tiger-Cats play their home games at Tim Hortons Field. Hamilton fans love their football. For more information: https://www.ticats.ca
Farmers Market
Hamilton's Farmers Market
Located in downtown Hamilton in a newly renovated 2 level space reaming in wide variety of eats, treats, meats, and cheese from artisan producers. Free 1 hr parking next to the market. They are open Tue, Thu, Fri, Sun. For more information: www. hamiltonfarmersmarket.ca
Garden and Mum Show
Fall Garden and Mum Show
The Mum show first opened in 1920, and is today housed in a 20,000 sq. ft. newly built greenhouse facility. Each year the show indulges in a dramatic scene of flowers, colours and displays. Hamilton's top horticulturalists feature over 200 variety of Chrysanthemums, and more than 100,000 blooms. For more information: www.mumshow@hamilton.ca
Dundurn Castle tours
Historic Sites and Museums
Dundurn castle is a 40-room Italianate-style villa built in the 1830's and was home to Sir Allan Napier MacNab, railway magnate, lawyer and premier of the Untied Canadas (1854-1856). The castle tells a story of two worlds. The affluent and those that served them. Enjoy the 2 acre historical kitchen garden tour. For more information: https://www.hamilton.ca/attraction/ hamiltoncivic.museums/museum-events
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