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Now little about your lovely city Ancaster,Ontario.

This information is provided by http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ancaster,_Ontario

Ancaster is a picturesque and historic community located on the Niagara escarpment, within the greater area of the city of Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. The former town has experienced a very eventful and historically significant history in its more than 200 years of existence. Ancaster was once considered a leading candidate to be the Capital of Upper Canada, however due to its proximity to the American border it was passed over in favour of York, now known as Toronto. Ancaster is the third oldest community in Ontario after Toronto, and Niagara-on-the-Lake. In 1823, Ancaster had the largest population in Upper Canada with 1,681 townspeople, surpassing both Toronto's 1,376 and Hamilton's 1,000 residents. After the Second World War, Ancaster's population was suddenly on the rise again after a 100 year lull when new subdivisions around the village were established in 1946.

The population expanded further with the completion of the Hamilton-Ancaster section of Highway 403 in 1968 and the introduction of sewer systems in 1974. After 1970, the population essentially doubled from 15,000 to the present-day 33,000. Today, Ancaster's primary points of interest are its historical Ancaster village, its abundant recreational walking trails as well as an interesting variety of restaurants, pubs and shops. Ancaster's geography has had a very significant affect on human settlement patterns throughout its prehistory and in the present day. A highly influential geographical formation has been the Niagara Escarpment consisting primarily of limestone formed from ancient fossilized sea organisms that spans from present day New York State through Ontario to Illinois. The escarpment itself created the water power that encouraged early European settlers to gravitate to the area in the late 1700s. However, this energy source would not have been accessible if the escarpment were not navigable. This long-meandering escarpment generally proved to be an inhospitable transportation barrier for thousands of years for past indigenous cultures. However, a natural break in this formidable limestone barrier in this precise area that would become Ancaster village had for millenniums created an opportunity for people to traverse up and down the escarpment providing a relatively easy navigable land transportation gateway from the head of the lake to the surrounding land on the escarpment and vice versa. Ancaster is the most westerly portion of the Golden Horseshoe conurbation of southern Ontario.

It is generally considered to be an affluent bedroom community whose residents are typically professionals who work in downtown Hamilton, Brantford, Burlington, Oakville, Mississauga or Toronto. The former municipality had a population of 33,232 in the 2006 census, a considerable increase from the 2001 census figure of 27,485. Development in Olde Ancaster, the historic village core, has been tightly controlled. Its current population growth and building boom occurs mainly on the east side of Highway 403 in such typically suburban commercial developments as the Power Centre and residential developments such as the Meadowlands. It has resided in the 905 area code since the latter's creation, and its telephone exchange prefixes are 648 and 304, majority being 648.

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Green Movers
131 Waterloo Ave,

Toronto, ON
M3H 3Y7
Tel: (647) 225-6144
Email: info@greenmovers.ca



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