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The city of Hamilton has become the
centre of a densely populated and industrialized
region at the west end of Lake Ontario known
as the Golden Horseshoe. On January 1, 2001
the new City of Hamilton was formed through
amalgamation of the former City with the constituent
towns of the Hamilton-Wentworth Regional Municipality.
Residents of the city are known as Hamiltonians.
Since 1981, the metropolitan area has been
listed as the ninth largest in Canada and the
third largest in Ontario.
important economic activity in Ontario is manufacturing,
and the Toronto–Hamilton region is the
most highly industrialized section of the country.
The area from Oshawa, Ontario around the west
end of Lake Ontario to Niagara Falls, with
Hamilton at its centre, is known as the "Golden
Horseshoe" and had a population of 6,704,598
in the 2001 census. "Golden Horseshoe" The
phrase was first used by Westinghouse President,
Herbert H. Rogge, in a speech to the Hamilton
Chamber of Commerce, on January 12, 1954. Hamilton
in 50 years will be the forward cleat in a
'golden horseshoe' of industrial development
from Oshawa to the Niagara River...150 miles
long and 50 miles wide. It runs from Niagara
Falls on the south to about Oshawa on the north
and takes in numerous cities and towns already
there, including Hamilton and Toronto.
With sixty percent of Canada's steel being
produced in Hamilton by Stelco and Dofasco
the city has become known as the Steel Capital
of Canada. After nearly declaring bankruptcy,
Stelco returned to profitability in 2004
and on August 26, 2007 United States Steel
Corporation acquired Stelco for $38.50 (Canadian)
in cash per share, owning more than 76 percent
of Stelco's outstanding shares. Dofasco. In
1999, it was the most profitable steel producer
in North America and in 2000 the most profitable
in Canada, It had approximately
7,300 employees at its Hamilton plant and
produced over four million tons of steel
annually at that time, representing about 30% of Canada's
flat rolled sheet steel shipments.
The address of City Hall:
71 Main St. West
Hamilton, ON, L8P 4Y5