Ancaster, Ontario and Rick Martin

Ancaster has become an increasingly popular place to live, with so much green space nearby, particularly in the Dundas Valley, consisting of 1,200-hectares of urban wilderness. That is three and a half times the size of New York’s Central Park. This land has been protected by the Greenbelt and offers a wonder-filled haven for the outdoor lover, boasting more than 40 kilometres of trails winding through Carolinian Forest. This area has such a rich natural environment that it has been designated a World Biosphere Reserve by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO).

The Heartbeat of Ancaster

The city’s motto, “Your Town, Your Voice” describes their approach to community, accepting all, ever growing and adapting to their people; the city of Ancaster has a lot to offer. The annual Ancaster Fair has a talent show and fun rides to keep the kids and young at heart busy. The Silver City Cinema has brought with it a vast selection of restaurants.

If you are looking for a place to contribute to your community, look no further than the Ancaster Discovery Gardens, ” Where community blossoms in the heart of town” ™. Fresh produce and the proceeds donated to women and children’s transitional shelters.