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Mohawk Road was named by a member of the Iroquois Confederacy.Chief Joseph Brant (the prominent Mohawk leader and loyalist) was granted the land which is now Burlington in 1798, by King George III, in return for his services to the Crown during the American Revolution and the Seven Years War.A wave of Loyalist immigration followed by a large group of European settlers grew the community, and the area's main industry in addition to farming was lumber exports for the construction of ships.The city ranges from areas concentrated with many new immigrants, to upper-middle class suburbs to expensive areas by the lake.
In 1989, Itabashi, located in Tokyo, Japan, became Burlington's twin city.
Burlington Ontario is located in Southern Ontario's Golden Horseshoe region across Lake Ontario from Hamilton.