ArcelorMittal Dofasco Community
Within ArcelorMittal Dofasco, the term 'lifestyle' has many meanings. For example, we offer a Lifestyle Program that provides employees with information regarding lifestyle choices and makes individual programs available to employees including a Daily Exercise Session, Smoking Cessation, CPR, and Nutrition and Weight Watchers at WorkTM.
We also have a multi-acre sport and training complex, the F. H. Sherman Recreation and Learning Centre, that offers ArcelorMittal Dofasco employees and their families access to other lifestyle opportunities. The 'Rec Park' (as it's known to employees) has seven baseball diamonds, a soccer field, two NHL-size arenas, a driving range, 18-hole mini putt golf course, double gymnasium, tennis courts, six training rooms, and facilities to accommodate the 45 separate clubs that fall under the recreational umbrella.
ArcelorMittal Dofasco is also host to one of the largest Christmas parties in the world, the ArcelorMittal Dofasco Family Christmas Party, and a huge Canada Day bash is held each year at the Rec Park with fireworks and fun for everyone.
Away from ArcelorMittal Dofasco, the Greater Hamilton and Burlington region offers a wide choice of activities including fine dining and entertainment, as well as educational and cultural opportunities. For example, McMaster University is one of the top post-secondary institutions in the country, and Mohawk College offers an extensive list of courses ranging from the arts to engineering. The Royal Botanical Gardens is renowned for its lush flowers and foliage and, for the sports enthusiast, the Hamilton Tiger Cats and the Hamilton Bulldogs (Montreal Canadiens' farm team) never disappoint their fans.
Located about an hour outside of Hamilton are additional attractions in Toronto (to the east), Niagara Falls (southwest), and St. Jacobs (northwest). Toronto is a culturally diverse metropolis with attractions that include the CN Tower, a world-class theater district, and Paramount Canada's Wonderland. Niagara Falls is home of the world-famous falls and Casino Niagara. St. Jacobs is a small Mennonite community that can only be called an arts and crafts haven.
Whatever your pleasure, the City of Hamilton and Golden Horseshoe will not disappoint.
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