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Bronte Provincial Park holds living history demonstrations of an 1890s farmhouse, and one of the many summer festivals includes Canada's Largest Ribfest.
The Burlington Art Centre houses various exhibits both national and local, including world famous nature artist Robert Bateman.
Many of Burlington's over 164,415 population (according to the 2006 Census) are single and looking for that special someone.
Because of Burlington's convenient access to downtown Toronto (accessible through Highway 407, the QEW, Go Transit and Via Rail), as well as Mississauga, a great way for Burlington residents to meet other singles is through a 25Speed Dating Event.In 1989, Itabashi, located in Tokyo, Japan, became Burlington's twin city.Many programs and exchanges have been instigated and proven successful between the two cities.A wave of Loyalist immigration followed by a large group of European settlers grew the community, and the area's main industry in addition to farming was lumber exports for the construction of ships.Burlington is home to many interesting sights; the Joseph Brand Museum holds a replica of the original Brand Homestead, and the beautiful world-renowned Royal Botanical Gardens houses a 2,700 acre wildlife retreat.Kollek and Wayland put together a toolkit for those who are interested in starting something similar. To encourage thoughtful and respectful conversations, first and last names will appear with each submission to CBC/Radio-Canada's online communities (except in children and youth-oriented communities). By submitting a comment, you accept that CBC has the right to reproduce and publish that comment in whole or in part, in any manner CBC chooses.Please note that CBC does not endorse the opinions expressed in comments.Everyone participating in the event is single, which cuts down on some of the nonsense that happens in the bar scene.Participants sign up online and choose which event they'd like to attend based on their sexual preference and age group.Simpson said she was talking with a Muslim woman about their "similarities and common problems." It was everything they could learn about each other's religion in 15 minutes."We have common problems like ' I can't get my kids to come to church,' and they can't get their kids to come," Simpson said."Mainly it was [about] how similar we are."For Simpson, chair of the worship committee at the St.James United Church in Waterdown, this event is a source for ideas on how to implement something similar in her community."Our church has always been interested in interfaith and learning more about others," she said, "We've been trying to do something like this for about four years."The idea started with a conversation at a farmer's market. The event came just a couple weeks after the launch of the new "#Hamilton For All" educational campaign, run by the Hamilton Centre for Civic Inclusion and Hamilton Immigration Partnership Council.