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Waterdown is a quaint community sitting on the escarpment located north east of Burlington. With easy highway access to the 403, 407, 401 & QEW, Waterdown is an easy commute to many nearby cities.
Waterdown is home to a growing population of new families supported by the development of new parks, schools, shopping and of course....homes. For the growing family there is access to a wide variety of sporting activities including hockey, baseball, soccer and dance with the YMCA being the focal point of many of these activities.
If you are considering moving your family to a new environment, Waterdown would be an ideal location to watch your family grow.
"The Valley," as Dundas is affectionately called by the locals, is a wonderful mix of new and old. As a community of Hamilton, you will find some of the nicest new condominium projects in the area here along with a vibrant downtown area.
The shopping along the main street is wonderful with many local shops that cause you to reach into your pocket book all day long. Also, don't forget to drop by for Huskerfest in the fall where the street is closed to vehicles and pedestrians rule the road.
As you make your way out of the downtown area, you will come across some of the finest refurbished century homes in Southern Ontario.
Burlington has it all! The arts, sporting activities for all ages, lots of green space and Burlington is home to many thriving businesses. If you are looking to bring your family to a new home, Burlington is the place to be.
Spencer Smith Park sits at the foot of Brant Street in downtown Burlington on the waters edge and is home to many weekend activities all summer long. There are the favourites such as Ribfest along with Musicfest and many other festivals during the summer...there is always something happening there including ice skating in the winter.
There are several Go Train stations in town making this city a commuters delight.
Have you heard of the Hamilton Tiger Cats of the Hamilton Bulldogs? Who hasn't!
The City of Hamilton is a large southern Ontario city which increased in size several years ago by amalgamating six other communities into it's fold. These communities have joined the City of Hamilton and added to the city's richness and depth. These communities include Waterdown, Flamborough, Ancaster, Dundas, Stoney Creek and Glanbrook.
There are many post secondary schools for a person to continue their education including McMaster University, Mohawk College, Redeemer College and Liasion College for those looking to improve on their culinary skills.
When you come to Hamilton you will need to visit the park on the waterfront at the foot of Bay Street where you can roller-blade, skate-board or go for a leisurely stroll along the waters edge. The park is also home to car shows which happen several times a year and are a favourite for the children and parents alike.
If you enjoy the outdoors, then Flamborough is the place for you.
Flamborough boasts many conservation areas including Valens Conservations Area in the north, Christie Conservation Area in the south and many other areas in between. Other areas that you surely will not wish to miss are Webster's Falls, Spencer Creek and Crooks Hollow and of course there is Westfield Heritage Village.
In terms of attractions your family will enjoy spending time at the African Lion Safari, Flamborough Downs with the horses and Mountsberg Conservation area to see the Birds of Prey.
Flamborough is a large geographic area located between the QEW, 401 with Hwy #6 running just about through the middle of this wonderful area.
Home of the Ancaster Fall Fair, as a community within the City of Hamilton, Ancaster offers a wide variety of housing options. In the downtown area you can find older remodelled homes and closer to the highways you will find larger family homes along with new condominium projects. If your tastes run to country living, within a few minutes to the downtown area you will find a wide selection of acreages to choose from. You may settle for a house with 4 or 5 acres or secure yourself a 100 acre working farm.
With Hwy 403 running through Ancaster, you are never too far away from where ever it is you need to go.
"The Creek" has grown significantly over the last few years.
Stoney Creek is a surprising community of Hamilton with boundaries extending from Lake Ontario to over the escarpment reaching into Glanbrook.
Eastgate Square is a long standing Regional Shopping Centre which has been a central point of Stoney Creek Retail for many, many years.
Confederation Park is along the waterfront of Lake Ontario and is a wonderful spot for you and your children to spend a summers day. While visiting the park, be sure to drop by Hutch's for some of the best hamburgers, hotdogs, french fries and ice cream in the area.
London is a Canadian city in southwestern Ontario, just north of Lake Erie and the U.S. border.
It's home to the University of Western Ontario. Among the city's range of museums are Museum London, a showcase for regional art and historical artefacts, and the interactive Children's Museum.
The city centre features numerous parks and greenways along the Thames River.