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Known as the "Ambitious City", Hamilton is situated in the province of Ontario. It is the 9th most important city in Canada with a population of 504 559 people from varying backgrounds: Italian, German, Romanian, Hungarian, Polish, Portuguese, and Indian. Hamilton also has a francophone community.

The economy of the city has relied heavily on its steel and manufacturing industries but the science and health sectors are increasingly contributing to its development. Hamilton Harbour has become one of the most important maritime ports in all of Canada.

Hamilton is an eco-friendly and welcoming city with many museums and galleries. Among them, the Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum and the Art Gallery of Hamilton, which includes over 6,000 works of art and Impressionist paintings. The Hamilton Botanical Gardens (Royal Botanical Gardens), the Cathedral of Christ the King, the Dundurn Castle, as well as the residence of the Canadian Prime Minister, are among some of the most visited attractions among the city’s tourists. The ethnic diversity in Hamilton means there are plenty of restaurants to sample some of Canada’s finest world cuisine.

Hamilton is also known for its Canadian football team the Tiger-Cats as well as its ice hockey team, the Bulldogs.

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Zumba dance classes are a super fun way to burn fat, build muscle and shake the stresses and tensions from a long day or busy week. An hour-long class can help you burn up to 800 calories and leave you feeling energized. Zumba classes are offered all over the city for men, women, children and seniors, so there’s no excuse: it’s time to get grooving. [Image credit: Futcher]
Hoppy Hour, False Economy Hour, Cocktail Hour, call it what you will, but one thing is for sure: there’s no shortage of daily drink specials or happy imbibers on Queen Street East. These bars, pubs, restaurants and taverns do it best, offering great drinks at reduced prices to make your first few hours after work even more enjoyable. [Image credit:]
Made from crispy, flaky dough piped with pastry cream and traditionally topped with chocolate icing, éclairs have caught food-trend fire in Toronto, with expert pastry chefs serving up fun variations that rival those found on the streets of Paris. Head to these Toronto patisseries when you’re craving this classic French dessert, they’ll be offering rich flavour fusions that are absolutely to die for. [Feature image: Nugateau]
Whether they’re mixing with gin or vodka, spicy ginger beer or Domaine de Canton, fresh lime or lime liqueur, these Toronto restaurants have mastered the Moscow Mule, each with their own tasty twist. Some even serve this flavor-filled cocktail in its traditional copper mug for a full-on ‘50s feel. [Image credit:]

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