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No Compromise

Our natural beauty, attractions, and balance between urban and rural areas means more people who work here in Burlington live here too.

127 Parks

213km Trails

95% of residents Rate their quality of life here as “Good” or “Excellent”1

Every Resident Lives within a 20 minute walk to a park or green space

Safe and Affordable Neighbourhoods

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The Perfect Balance Between Rural and Urban

  • More than half of Burlington is greenbelt used for agriculture, natural heritage and recreational purposes.
  • Farm to table exists here.
  • Just north of The Niagara Escarpment, a UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve.
  • Intersects Canada’s oldest and longest marked footpath, the Bruce Trail
Condo in downtown Burlington

A Healthy Lifestyle

Top Rated Educational Institutions

Burlington Pier and Boardwalk

A Dynamic Downtown Waterfront

Unique Festivals & Events

We’re home to many city-operated and community planned festivals and events, including 4 of Ontario’s Top 100 Festivals, as awarded by Festivals and Events Ontario:

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