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The David Braley Cardiac, Vascular and Stroke Research Institute is a $90-million Research Centre that will be home to 500+ scientists and will be built right behind the Hamilton General Hospital Wellington Street, is a Lower City arterial road in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. It starts off at Charlton Avenue East as a two-way street for only one block where it's then blocked off by the Corktown Park and a couple of Canadian National Railway lines that cut through it. It then starts up again north of the park on Young Street and is a one-way street the rest of the way (Southbound). It ends in the North End of the City on Burlington Street East, in front of the Lakeport Brewing Company and the Administration offices of the Hamilton Port Authority. Contents 1 History 2 Landmarks 3 Communities 4 Major roads that cross Wellington Street 5 Roads that are parallel with Wellington Street 6 Images 7 See also 8 References 9 External links // History Originally Wellington Street was called Lovers' Lane. [1] The Hamilton General Hospital is major teaching hospital on the corners of Barton Street East and Wellington Street North in downtown Hamilton, Canada that is affiliated with McMaster University. It is sometimes referred to as "HGH" and was founded in 1848. [2] The David Braley Cardiac, Vascular and Stroke Research Institute is a $90-million Research Centre that will be home to 500+ scientists and will be built right behind the Hamilton General Hospital. The new building with 165,000 square feet (15,300 m2) is expected to open in 2010. At least 250 new jobs will be added to the local economy. [3] David Braley contributed $10-million towards the project. Braley's donation marks an important transition in Hamilton's economy, as he takes money he made in the industrial economy and uses it to help the community develop a more diverse economic base. David Braley is the president of auto-parts manufacturer Orlick Industries Ltd., former owner of the Hamilton Tiger-Cats and current owner of the B.C. Lions. [4] Lakeport Brewery Lakeport Brewery In 1856, the Daniel C. Gunn Engine Shop on Wellington Street North, produced the first Canadian-built locomotives. [5] In 1976, First Place apartments, a seniors high rise at King and Wellington opened on the site of First United Church, which burned down in 1969. [6] Lakeport Brewing Company is based in Hamilton and focused on producing value-priced quality beer for the Ontario take-home market. Lakeport pioneered the "24 for $24" value segment. Lakeport produces nine proprietary beer brands, two of which, Lakeport Honey Lager and Lakeport Pilsener, are two of the top ten selling brands in the province of Ontario. Lakeport has more than 200 employees at its production facility.[7] It is one of the fastest growing companies in the Hamilton region. Lakeport Brewing Company joined forces with the Hamilton Port Authority who will finance and construct a 35,000 square foot (3,250 m²) expansion to Lakeport's Hamilton harbour front facility. [8] Lakeport Brewing Company is Canada's No.1 co-packer of beer, non-alcohol and spirit-based products. The company is also said to be North America's most modernized beverage alcohol production facility.[9] On Monday May 8, Labatt Brewing Company made it official and announced that Lakeport, who they purchased earlier in the year, (March 29, 2007), for $200-million for rights to the income trust, which controlled the plant, will continue to operate in the City of Hamilton. It will continue to operate in Hamilton as they believe it is a "viable plant" and "the company is proud to integrate it with Labbat's." The operations employees continue to brew Lakeport in Hamilton but the marketing and sales jobs are now centralized at Labatt's head offices. [10] Kenesky Sports on Barton & Wellington Streets is the site where Emile "Pops" Kenesky invented the hockey goalie pads in 1917. His new pads were cricket pads, modified, and widened to approximately 12 inches. The new pads caught on extremely quickly, and this style of pad was used by a majority of pro goalies right on to the 1970s. NHL greats like Johnny Bower, Jacques Plante and Terry Sawchuk having worn them. Kenesky's company became the best-known manufacturer of hockey equipment in Canada.[11] Also a hockey school for hockey goalies of all-ages. Alumni include NHLers Ray Emery and Dwayne Roloson.[12] Landmarks Note: Listing of Landmarks from North to South. Hamilton Port Authority Wellington North, walking tour Pier 10 Hamilton Port Authority, Administration Office Lakeport Brewing Company Canadian National railway tracks Hamilton General Hospital David Braley Cardiac, Vascular and Stroke Research Institute Kennesky Sports & Cycle Co. Ltd. Wellington Park First Place Hamilton, Seniors apartment building Corktown Park Escarpment Rail Trail (abandoned railway path) Bruce Trail Niagara Escarpment (mountain) Communities Note: Listing of neighbourhoods from North to South [13] North End - Everything north of the Canadian National Railway tracks Beasley/ Landsdale, Wellington Street is the division between these two neighbourhoods. Corktown, Stinson, Wellington Street is the division between these two neighbourhoods. Major roads that cross Wellington Street Note: Listing of streets from North to South. Burlington Street East Barton Street East Cannon Street East - One way street (Westbound only) Wilson Street - One way street (Eastbound Only) King William Street - One way street (Eastbound Only) King Street East - One way street (Westbound Only) Main Street East - One way street (Eastbound Only) Jackson Street East Hunter Street East - One way street (Westbound Only) Charlton Avenue East - One way street (Westbound Only) Roads that are parallel with Wellington Street Note: Listing of streets from West to East. MacNab Street, North, South James Street, North, South Hughson Street, North, South John Street, North, South Catharine Street, North, South Ferguson Avenue, North, South Wellington Street, North, South Victoria Avenue, North, South Wentworth Street, North, South Sherman Avenue, North, South Gage Avenue, North, South Ottawa Street, North, South Kenilworth Avenue, North, South Images Kenesky's Sports, site of hockey goalie pads invention Wellington South, walking tour First Place Hamilton, Seniors Apartments Wellington South, walking tour See also Niagara Escarpment Commission References ^ Manson, Bill (2003). Footsteps In Time: Exploring Hamilton's heritage neighbourhoods. North Shore Publishing Inc. ISBN 1-896899-22-6.  ^ "Hamilton Health Sciences". http://www.hamiltonhealthsciences.ca/webpage.cfm?site_id=2&org_id=1&morg_id=0&gsec_id=734&item_id=734. Retrieved 2007-04-27.  ^ "Good Medicine: A $90-million health research centre set to rise on the edge of Hamilton's industrial heartland points the way to life after steel". Hamilton Spectator. 2007-05-09.  ^ Hemsworth, Wade (2007-05-09). "'Our city's going to be strong.'". The Hamilton Spectator.  ^ Bailey, Thomas Melville (1981). Dictionary of Hamilton Biography (Vol I, 1791-1875). W.L. Griffin Ltd.  ^ "Skyscraperpage.com: Hamilton, Ontario". http://www.skyscraperpage.com/cities/?cityID=307. Retrieved 2007-03-26.  ^ "Lakeport Brewing Company". Yahoo Finance. http://biz.yahoo.com/cnw/061023/lakeport_ceo_3.html?.v=1. Retrieved 2007-04-21. [dead link] ^ "Lakeport Brewing Company & Hamilton Port Authority join forces; Warehouse Expansion.". Hamilton Port Authority (media release- pdf. file). http://media.integratir.com/t.tfr.un/PressReleases/JOINTHPA.pdf. Retrieved 2007-04-21.  ^ "History of Industry in Hamilton, Ontario". http://web.archive.org/web/20060206234910/collections.ic.gc.ca/industrial/intro.htm. Retrieved 2007-04-21.  ^ "Labatt keeping Lakeport open". Hamilton Spectator. 2007-05-08.  ^ "Collections Canada: Early days of Hockey (www.collectionscanada.gc.ca)". http://www.collectionscanada.gc.ca/hockey/kids/024003-2000-e.html. Retrieved 2008-08-14.  ^ "Kenesky Sports: Kenesky Goaltending School (www.keneskysports.com)". http://www.collectionscanada.gc.ca/hockey/kids/024003-2000-e.html. Retrieved 2008-08-14.  ^ "Hamilton Neighbourhood Boundaries, (map.hamilton.ca)". Archived from the original on 2007-09-27. http://web.archive.org/web/20070927235056/http://map.hamilton.ca/Static/PDFs/General+Interest+maps/Overall+City/NeighbourhoodBoundaries.pdf. Retrieved 2007-05-11.  MapArt Golden Horseshoe Atlas - Page 647 - Grids E13, F13, G13, H13 External links Beasley Neighbourhood (ourbeasley.com) North End Neighbours Bruce Trail Association Hikes on the Bruce Trail Google Maps: Wellington Street (Hybrid) v • d • e Roads and streets in Hamilton, Ontario Lower City Arteries (Primary) Aberdeen • Barton • Bay • Burlington • Centennial • Cootes • Dundurn • Gage • James • John • Kenilworth • King (Hamilton) • King (Dundas) • Main • Ottawa • Parkdale • Queen • Queenston • Victoria • Wellington • Wentworth • Woodward • York Lower City Collectors (Secondary) Augusta • Beach • Cannon • Caroline • Catharine • Charlton • Cochrane • Ferguson • Hess • Hughson • Hunter • Jackson • King William • Locke • MacNab • Nash • Sherman • Wilson (Hamilton) Mountain-access roads Beckett Drive • Claremont Access • Highway 20 • Highway 403 • James Street Access • Jolley Cut/ Arkledun Ave. • Kenilworth Access • Mount Albion • Red Hill Valley Parkway • Sherman Access • Upper Centennial Parkway Upper City Arteries Concession • Fennell • Garth • Mohawk • Mountain Brow • Mud • Rymal • Stone Church • Upper Gage • Upper James • Upper Kenilworth • Upper Ottawa • Upper Paradise • Upper Sherman • Upper Wentworth • Upper Wellington • West 5th • Wilson (Ancaster) Upper City Collectors Limeridge • Nebo • Queensdale • Sanatorium Road • Scenic Drive • Twenty Municipal Expressways: Burlington • The Linc • Red Hill Valley Provincial Highways 5 • 6 • 6 (By-Pass) • Chedoke Parkway (403) • QEW Former Provincial Highways 2 • 8 • 20 • 52 • 53 • 56 • 97 • 99 Numbered City Roads (Formerly Regional Roads) 5 • 8 • 20 • 56 • 65 • 97 • 99 Former Numbered Regional Roads 2 • 52 • 53 • 203 • 216 • 222 • 223 • 243 • 248 • 253 • 260 • 299 • 305 • 330 • 331 • 341 • 344 • 364 • 399 • 411 • 412 • 424 • 425 • 430 • 434 • 445 • 450 • 455 • 458 • 501 • 503 • 508 • 528 • 535 • 551 • 597 • 610 • 613 • 614 • 622 • 626 • 633 • 634 • 637 • 639 • 640 Roads in Ontario v • d • e Hamilton, Ontario Features Flag · Notable Hamiltonians History 1930 British Empire Games · Auchmar · Bank of Hamilton · Battlefield House · Battle of Stoney Creek · Dundurn Castle · George Hamilton · Grand Lodge of Canada · Hamilton Tigers (NHL) · HMCS Haida · List of royal visits · Studebaker Canada Ltd. · Tim Hortons · Thomas McQuesten · Timeline of events · Toronto, Hamilton and Buffalo Railway · USS Hamilton · USS Scourge · War of 1812 · Whitehern Geography 100+ waterfalls of Hamilton · Bruce Trail · Cootes Paradise · Desjardins Canal · Golden Horseshoe · Hamilton Harbour · Lake Ontario · List of neighbourhoods in Hamilton · Niagara escarpment · Royal Botanical Gardens · Spencer Gorge / Webster's Falls Conservation Area Places in Hamilton Ancaster · Flamborough · Stoney Creek · Dundas · Copetown Economy Arcelor Mittal/ Dofasco · Economic history · Film industry in Hamilton · Hamilton Health Sciences · Head offices in Hamilton · List of tallest buildings in Hamilton · U.S. Steel/Stelco Politics Hamilton City Hall · Hamilton, Ontario City Council · List of Hamilton Mayors Public services City of Hamilton EMS · Hamilton Police Service Hospitals Chedoke Hospital · Hamilton General Hospital · Juravinski Cancer Centre · Juravinski Hospital · McMaster Children's Hospital · McMaster University Medical Centre · St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton · St. Peter's Hospital Education Hamilton Public Library · Hamilton-Wentworth Catholic District School Board · Hamilton-Wentworth District School Board · Hillfield Strathallan College · Columbia International College · McMaster Divinity College · McMaster University · Mohawk College · Redeemer University College · Hamilton Literacy Council Culture African Lion Safari · Around the Bay Road Race · Art Gallery of Hamilton · Canadian Football Hall of Fame · Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum · Dundas Cactus Festival · Hamilton Bulldogs · Hamilton Tiger-Cats · Labour Day Classic · List of Attractions in Hamilton · Media in Hamilton · Power Play (TV series) · Sports in Hamilton · Sports venues in Hamilton Transportation Hamilton GO Centre · Hamilton Street Railway · John C. 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