Founded in 1847, Dundas is a quaint town with a mix of old-world charm and modern conveniences. Dundas features an array of hiking trails, waterfalls, parks and Conservation areas. With a population of about twenty thousand people, Dundas was amalgamated into the City of Hamilton in 2001.
Known as the Valley Town, Dundas is nestled in the west end of Hamilton, inside the bend of the Niagara escarpment. Dundas is roughly a one-hour drive west of Toronto. View the full Dundas Relocation Guide here.
Ancaster is a picturesque and historic community located on the Niagara escarpment in the western portion of the Golden Horseshoe of southern Ontario. The former town was officially founded in 1793 and was amalgamated into the City of Hamilton in 2001. View the full Ancaster Relocation Guide here.
This is the portion of Hamilton between downtown and Cootes Paradise. The Hamilton West area encompasses the neighbourhoods of Durand, Kirkendall, Strathcona east of the 403 and Ainslie Wood West of the 403 around the McMaster University campus and Westdale. View the full West Hamilton Relocation Guide here.
Flamborough is the mostly rural part of Hamilton northwest of King's Highway 5 out to the municipal boundary, just shy of Highway 401. Just to the east is the community of Waterdown. Other Flamborough communities include: Carlisle, Christie's Corners, Clappison's Corners, Copetown, Freelton, Greensville, Lynden, Kirkwall, Millgrove, Mountsberg, Orkney, Rockton, Troy, Sheffield, Valens, and Westover. View the full Flamborough Relocation Guide here.