Toronto's backlogged streets and highways is bad enough. You only need to look around at the pained and pinched faces sitting in traffic to get a sense of how unpleasant this transportation ritual can be.Commuting around
Now imagine the dedicated folks who tack an additional set of hours onto that daily slog to the office.
These are the residents of Toronto's outer rim of towns and cities, who travel long and hard to get to their city jobs — often leaving and coming home in the dark.
One of these key feeder cities is Hamilton, a place once known for its thriving steel mills and its share of notable names (Karen Kain, Eugene Levy, and Martin Short are just a few of the Hammer's great exports).
Nowadays, this port city of just over 500,000 residents has also been exporting skilled workers as locals turn to the big city for higher-paying jobs.
As CBC News reports, around 30,000 Hamiltonians wake up at the crack of dawn each weekday and head out to work in Oakville, Burlington andRead More »from Promotional video urges commuters to stay in beautiful Hamilton