Burlington, Ontario is located in the Halton Region. The City of Burlington includes the communities of Burlington, Aldershot, Long Acres, Willow Cove, Bayview, Nelson, Zimmerman, Cedar Springs, Lowville, as well as Kilbride.
In 1669 explorer René Robert Cavelier passed through Burlington on his way to Montreal. The first official settler, August Bates, arrived in Burlington in 1800. In 1807 James Gage purchased land and named it Wellington Square. In 1873 Wellington Square and Port Nelson amalgamated to form Burlington.
Burlington is home to many popular neighbourhoods including:
According to a census conducted by Statistics Canada, Burlington has a population of 175,779.
The average annual temperature in Burlington in January is -4.8°C and the average July temperature is 22.3°C.
Burlington, Ontario is home to several special attractions and events such as: