City of Hamilton
Located only about 75 kilometres southwest of Toronto, Hamilton is the third-largest city in Ontario and the ninth-largest city in Canada with almost 25% of its residents born outside of Canada.
Hamilton is well-known for producing steel, but the industry and job market are changing. Today, major industries in Hamilton include manufacturing, bioscience and medical and agriculture. Situated in the cluster of highways, train lines and airports that service southern Ontario, the city that can be reached with ease by many different means.
Hamilton boasts a robust education sector, featuring local universities, colleges and school boards, as well as a thriving arts scene. Areas such as James Street North have become a destination for artists and art aficionados.
Hamilton offers newcomers a wide variety of living accommodations, including family homes, high- and low-rise condos, townhouses and others. Visit Hamilton's municipal immigration portal to find out about living, working and going to school in this city.
Hamilton is a medium-sized city in southwest Ontario that features a rich cultural heritage and vibrant, welcoming neighbourhoods.
|Proximity to large centres||Toronto||Buffalo
|Approximate distance||75 km||117 km|
|Key industries||Agricultural related companies
|Average house price||$274,442
Single family detached
The Hamilton municipal immigration portal is funded and administered through the Ministry of Citizenship and Immigration and Citizenship and Immigration Canada, as part of the Municipal Immigration Information Online (MIIO) Program. Visit the Cities and Towns section of OntarioImmigration.ca for other municipal immigration portals.