Dundas, Ontario is nestled between the base of the Niagara Escarpment and the western edge of Lake Ontario, in the city of Hamilton. A natural paradise, this town is a nature-lover's dream with many people flocking to the valley for its spectacular waterfalls and picturesque hiking trails. University employees and other professionals choose Dundas for its quiet charm and easy access to the city of Hamilton.
Although comprised mainly of retail trade and service businesses, Dundas has an industrial park with businesses including Turkstra Lumber, WPE Landscape Equipment, and El-Met-Parts Inc. The downtown area is pedestrian friendly with many quaint shops, services, and restaurants. Many students are drawn to Dundas for its proximity to McMaster University.
With its convenient location, Dundas can easily link with Brantford, Burlington, and Oakville via highway 403. The Waterloo Region is to the northwest of the town, and the US Border is to the east. Cargo and freight are shipped through the Port of Hamilton, Canadian Pacific and Canadian National Railway, and the John C. Munro International Airport.