Rural Ontario is the third stop on our Canada 150 Road Trip! We’re featuring a different Canadian region each month of the campaign, giving our customers the chance to win a $250 Flight Centre gift card in each destination. Learn more about the contest and see our road trip schedule.
TPH Branch 14 in Hamilton is the fourth featured location for our Rural Ontario trip stop! Read more about their fantastic staff, recommendations for exploring the area, and what they love about Canada.
Hamilton is an up and coming area known for its booming arts community, rich history and surprising natural beauty. With a growing local food scene and tons of hip eateries and shops to explore, the city also known as Steeltown is undergoing a serious transformation. Hamilton has over 100+ waterfalls and beautiful hiking trails, making it a destination for nature-lovers. Not to mention, its home to our partners and professional CFL football team, the Hamilton Tiger-Cats.
Branch Number: 14
How long has your branch been serving the Hamilton community?
What makes the team special at your branch?
There is an energy within our team that resonates throughout all transactions. We understand each other and in turn work very well together, making us productive while enjoying the day to the fullest!
What do you love most about Hamilton?
From the breathtaking views on the mountain, to the unique and artistic people of Hamilton, what we love most is the diversity and beauty that Hamilton provides!
If I had one day in Hamilton, what should I see and do?
A visit to the Heritage Warplane Museum, while taking flight in the Lancaster Bomber. Then head to the Art Gallery of Hamilton for fantastic exhibits. Follow it up with some excellent eats at restaurants along James St. North, finally taking a picturesque drive up the Mountain and visiting the Devil’s Punch Bowl, a 37 metre ribbon waterfall on the Niagara Escarpment.
How does Canada inspire you?
Our freedom of choice, embraced diversity, and amazing landscapes are some of the finer points within Canada. From being on the water in Nova Scotia, to seeing trees in Vancouver that are thousands of years old makes this country differ from any other.
How does working for a Canadian company inspire you?
We love working for a Canadian company because we know we are working toward the betterment of our own nation, and local economies. We love the ability of supporting local charities because Hamilton is such a community based city!