I'm Pat and for over 18 years, I've supported 100s of people to thrive in their careers and live meaningful lives.
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I'm Linda Faucheux (pronounced 'fo-shay') and I've been coaching professionals like you to career success for over 25 years.
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Hamilton is a large city located South-West of Toronto. It is the third largest city in Ontario and the ninth largest city in Canada. The Niagara escarpment runs through Hamilton, dividing the city into lower and upper. Hamilton is a port city on Lake Ontario and has a rich industrial history, particularly with the steel industry. Hamilton is actually known as the steel capital of Canada!
Almost 25% of Hamilton’s population were not born in Canada. Many Hamilton residents have European ancestry. Approximately 10% of the Hamilton population is Francophone. Hamilton contains McMaster University, as well as several colleges. Hamilton also has a large hospital network, with five connected hospitals.
Hamilton is home to several cultural attractions, such as the Royal Botanical Gardens, the Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum, and the Haida Historical Site. Hamilton has experienced some growth in its arts and culture sector, housing several art galleries in the city, including the McMaster Museum of Art and the Art Gallery of Hamilton.
Hamilton is most well-known for its manufacturing sector, particularly the steel industry, which has a deep history in Hamilton. Hamilton’s manufacturing industry contributes 4% to the economy of Ontario, with a whopping $12 billion in this industry. The industry continues to expand in Hamilton.
Hamilton also has a well-established healthcare and life sciences industry. There has been over $4 billion spent in healthcare in Hamilton, as it houses the second largest hospital network in Canada. There is consistent research and innovation in life sciences through McMaster University and Mohawk College.
Agriculture and food processing is another major industry in Hamilton. Over the last 10 years, there has been a 35% increase in growth in this sector. $1 billion is added to Hamilton’s economy every year through the agriculture and food processing industry. Hamilton contains several terminals for storage, as well as refineries and production facilities. In addition, Hamilton’s location makes sets it up ideally for supply chain, with its proximity to the border, highways, and waterways.