Dundas, Ontario, Canada

🇨🇦 Dundas is a community and town in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. It is nicknamed the Valley Town because of its topographical location at the bottom of the Niagara Escarpment on the western edge of Lake Ontario. The population has been stable for decades at about twenty thousand, largely because it has not annexed rural land from the protected Dundas Valley Conservation Area.

Notable events are the Buskerfest in early June, and the Dundas Cactus Festival in August.

First Nations peoples have inhabited the Dundas area for as much as 10,000 years. The first European to visit the area was Etienne Brulé in 1616, who noted that about 40,000 "Neutrals" lived in the Burlington Bay area.

Dundas, Ontario, Canada 
<b>Dundas, Ontario, Canada</b>
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Dundas has a population of over 20,000 people. Dundas also forms part of the wider Hamilton metropolitan area which has a population of over 747,545 people. Dundas is situated 8 km west of Hamilton.

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