Stoney Creek, Ontario

Stoney Creek, Ontario, is a community in Hamilton. Stoney Creek is located on western Lake Ontario.

History of Stoney Creek, Ontario

The first inhabitants of Stoney Creek were the Canadian First Nations, and then the French-Canadian fur traders. Later, in the later 1700s, the area was settled by Loyalists that were fleeing the American Revolution. Stoney Creek was named after the creek that runs through the area. During the War of 1812, Stoney Creek was the site of the eponymous battle. Stoney Creek became a city in 1984. In 2001, Stoney Creek was amalgamated into Hamilton. Other areas were also amalgamated at the same time including Ancaster, Dundas and more.

Population in Stoney Creek, Ontario

According to Statistic Canada’s 2006 census Stoney Creek has a population of 62,292.

Special Attractions in Stoney Creek, Ontario

There are many things to see and do in Stoney Creek, Ontario such as:

  • Stoney Creek
  • Battlefield House
  • Erland Lee Museum
  • Battle of Stoney Creek Monument


Locations

Cesar Van & Storage Brantford
17 Mavin Street
Brantford, Ontario
N3T 6N1
519-756-1938
Burlington Movers
1160 Blair Rd #1
Burlington, Ontario
L7M 1K9
905-336-9947