Locally Engaged, Globally Competitive
Our city is located in one of the most densely populated and industrialized regions in Canada. Toronto, Ontario’s capital and the second-largest finance centre in North America, is only a 45 minute drive away, making Burlington the perfect location for businesses within which to thrive.
We are accessible to markets and supply chains through major highways, international & private airports, seaports, cargo railway networks, GO Train commuter stations and Canada/US land border crossings.
Three Major Highways
The QEW (Queen Elizabeth Way)
407 ETR (Electronic Toll Road)
International & Private Aiports
Toronto Pearson International Airport
Hamilton International Airport
Niagara Falls International Airport (USA)
Buffalo Niagara International Airport (USA)
Burlington Executive Airport
One of the largest Seaports in the country
Port of Hamilton
Cargo Railway Networks
Canadian Pacific Railway
GO Transit Commuter Stations
Canada/US Land Border Crossings
Queenston – Lewiston (45 minutes)
Niagara Falls (50 minutes)
Fort Erie – Buffalo (60 minutes)
Port Huron – Sarnia (2 hours, 30 minutes)
Detroit (3 hours, 30 minutes)
Easy Access to:
Toronto, Ontario’s capital city
5 Airports within 60 minutes
One of largest & busiest seaports in the country
Major border crossings
Top Talent Attraction
- We’re part of Halton region, providing businesses with access to a labour pool of 4.5 million people within commuting distance1.
- 20 post-secondary institutions are accessible within a one hour’s drive of the region.
- Our quality of life means employee retention rates are higher here.
An Expanding Network
Metrolinx, the Ontario government’s regional transportation agency, is currently working on the expansion and electrification of the GO Transit network. This will mean shorter journey times and increased service (two-way, all day service between Toronto and our city every 15 minutes).
A Growing Community
We are developing a GO Investment Corridor around our three GO Transit stations. These hubs will be “Complete Communities”; environmentally friendly neighbourhoods with multiple transit options and a mix of uses.