Gage Avenue (Hamilton, Ontario)

Gage Avenue (Hamilton, Ontario)

Gage Avenue (Hamilton, Ontario)

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thumb|right|350px|Gage Park WaterfountainGage Avenue, is a Lower City arterial road in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. It starts off at Lawrence Road at the base of the Niagara Escarpment (mountain) at the south end of Gage Park. It is a two-way arterial road that extends north through the city's North End industrial neighbourhood and ends at Industrial Drive.


thumb|right|Gage Parkthumb|right|Gage Park, George R. Robinson BandshellGage Avenue and Upper Gage Avenue are named after James Gage, a lumber merchant and his uncle William Gage, a farmer. Together James and William had a farm that was the site of the Battle of Stoney Creek during the War of 1812. The wounded were treated inside their homes and they were both awarded compensation for it by the government. Originally Gage Avenue was called Trolley Street.

Ivor Wynne Stadium (2-blocks West of Gage Avenue) is the home of the Hamilton Tiger-Cats of the Canadian Football League. The stadium was originally known as Civic Stadium and was constructed in 1930 to host the 1930 British Empire Games; Canada's first major international athletic event, held in Hamilton from August 16 to 23, 1930. The stadium is now surrounded by residential housing in Hamilton's east side. The CFL's annual Eastern Division Labour Day Classic pits the Hamilton Tiger-Cats against perennial rivals the Toronto Argonauts. This particular...
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