Oakville is the livable city. It's CLEAN and has all the ameneties of a big city. It's very close to Toronto and other well known cities. Oakville has some of the best schools and beautiful homes. Oakville should be at the top of this list.
Mid sized city that has many amenities and has three historic core areas. Galt City Centre Preston Town Centre Hespeler Village Good mix of the urban and rural lifestyle.
St. Catharines is a great place to live, as long as you have a medium income job. Many great schools, malls, and a new state of the art hospital coming in the following year will make it a worth while place to live. 150, 000 residents in the area and the atmosphere of about a town with 10, 000. Very friendly people, and a very exaggerated reputation of being a slum city thanks to two small streets both not even half a km long, in which the Niagara Regional Police keeps well under control. The area is surrounded by grape vineyards, and is centrally located between Hamilton and Buffalo.
it is a growing town, it has four season activities...the population is increasing by 2%
a decent size city of about 75000 people and very easy to make friends also very close to the bridge to usa
the people are very friendly and helpful. you can walk to almost everything you need. the crime rate is low. although there are alot of illegal drugs
Winona allegedly got its name from the name of an Indian Princess who was sacrificed over Niagara Falls, though other towns of Winona also claim to be named for some local variation. Winona's first settlers built a farming hamlet called "the Fifty" close to the creek of that name and tight to the waterfront. Winona's centre shifted in the late 19th century away from the water and the creek to a new central place built around the railway and roads, and tied together by Winona (then called Station) Road. Later, the focus shifted in favour of Highway 8, the escarpment, and Winona Road. Winona was part of the township of Saltfleet. On January 1, 1974, it became part of the New Town of Stoney Creek. Stoney Creek became a city in 1985. Fifteen years later, it was forcibly merged with the City of Hamilton by order of the Ontario government.
A small little town that has a great life style to have a beautiful house. But doesn't smell good.
Terrible place for local people - every dollar that comes in to the City goes into the pockets of greedy hotel/restaurant owners or back into creating the newest eyesore that they hope will suck money from the hands of tourists. Many of the people who live here have no choice but to work in low paying jobs to keep tourists happy for 4 months of the year, then spend the rest of the year on EI.
Small town feel. Friendly people. Earl Rowe provincial park, street festivals and close to Barrie & HWY 400
Athens (2006 Population 3,086) is a township in Eastern Ontario, Canada. It is located approximately 25 km north of the St. Lawrence River, near Brockville, west of Addison, and about 90 km south west of Ottawa. Formerly known as Farmersville. Benoni Wiltse, a United Empire Loyalist, and his brothers settled in this area in 1792. Farmersville was renamed to Athens in 1888 by Arza Parish in honour of Athens, Greece, because it was an educational centre with grammar school, a model school for teacher training, and a high school. Currently, it is known for a series of large outdoor murals depicting historical local life, painted on the sides of various buildings.
Growing little community just north of London, quiet and picturesque with a nice old-style downtown. What will the future of Lucan look like and will you be a part of it?
Grimsby might be small with very little night life but what a great place to raise children. If you dont want to spend hours doing your running around this is the place to be. Traffic is never congested and their is a decent number of good restaurants to choose from. Great doctors and dentists in this area and absolutly beautiful in the spring, summer and winter. Great trails, new YMCA, close to all major cities, and yes a GO station. Grimsby really is the place I plan to stay.
heaven, you dont have to work (cause theres no jobs) shopping oh wait ! forget no the seaway mall is vacate. cheap housing i mean the homes are cheap people all get along, when the welfare cheques come in oh and the industrail work oopps i allready said theres no jobs but we do have the summer tourist and yes we pay the same regardless
Burlington has been voted #1 City to live in Canada for 3 years straight. Anyone who says that Oakville is better, is lying. Burlington is #1
Once known as a weekend Getaway during summer times, it's now becoming a bedroom community for Toronto.
No unemployment, no noise, no crime and no traffic. Lots of fresh air, spacious and well kept. Beautiful scenery and a great place to start anew. Population at core under 20- but close commute to "Milverton." Who will start the boom for Lambert?
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