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Ainslie Wood is a neighbourhood in Hamilton located near McMaster University. The increase of McMaster's student population in recent decades has resulted in many Ainslie Wood homes becoming popular for rentals among students. While the majority of Ainslie Wood is residential, it also has a thriving commercial zone along Main Street West.

Ainslie Wood

Airport Employment Area contains the John C. Munro Hamilton International Airport, as well as surrounding farmland, parkland, and some residential areas.

Airport Employment Area

Albion Falls is a 19 m (62 ft) classical/cascade waterfall flowing down the Niagara Escarpment, one of the most popular and picturesque waterfalls in the area. The neighbourhood named for the falls surrounds it, and contains a couple different residential areas and a lot of parkland with trails.

Albion Falls

Allison is a neighbourhood in the Central Mountain region of Hamilton. Allison is mostly residential, with some restaurants and businesses located on Upper James Street.


Ancaster is a historic town in the city of Hamilton, located on the Niagara Escarpment. Founded as a town in 1793, it immediately developed itself into one of the first important and influential early British Upper Canada communities established during the late 18th century eventually amalgamating with the city of Hamilton in 2001.


Balfour is a community in south Hamilton; the neighbourhood is named after architect James Balfour. Mostly residential, Balfour's main shopping district is on Upper James Street with the Mountain Plaza Mall.


Centred around a spacious neighbourhood park, Barnstown is a residential neighbourhood located in south Hamilton.


Located in east Hamilton, Bartonville is a residential community, though there are some businesses located on King Street and Main Street. The Hamilton campus of Brock University is also found on King Street.


Beasley is a neighbourhood in the Lower City of Hamilton. The Beasley neighbourhood is bounded in the north by the Canadian National Railway tracks just north of Barton Street, in the west by James Street, in the south by Main Street and in the east by Wellington Street. The Beasley neighbourhood is one of the oldest and one of the first neighbourhoods of Hamilton. The community is named after Richard Beasley, who was a soldier, political figure, farmer and businessman in Upper Canada. Featuring a combination of residential and commercial areas, Beasley is home to notable Hamilton places including the International Village shopping district, the Hamilton Courthouse and Hamilton General Hospital.


Berrisfield is a residential neighbourhood in the Hamilton Mountain area. Homes are mainly single-family detached, with some duplexes and townhouses.