Energy Capacity by source in NB The western end of Lake Ontario the region takes its name from the horseshoe shape formed from the Burlington Heights The horseshoe part of the region's name is derived from the characteristic horseshoe shape of the west end of Lake Ontario with Cootes Paradise between Burlington and Hamilton roughly positioned in the centre the golden part is historically attributed to the region's wealth and prosperity according to the Canadian Oxford Dictionary The phrase Golden Horseshoe was first used by Westinghouse Electric Corporation president Herbert H Rogge in a speech to the Hamilton Chamber of Commerce on January 12 1954:. ! UNDP's offices and staff are on the ground in 170 countries and territories working with governments and local communities to help them find solutions to global and national development challenges UNDP links and coordinates global and national efforts to achieve the goals and national development priorities laid out by host countries UNDP focuses primarily on five developmental challenges:, 1.3 Modern New Brunswick Ambox current red.svg, Historic cannon at Fort Niagara; Toronto across the lake. Haoliang Xu (China) for Asia & Pacific; Prior to the arrival of the Europeans the region was inhabited by Algonquian (Ojibwe Cree and Algonquin) in the northern/western portions and Iroquois and Wyandot (Huron) people more in the south/east. During the 17th century the Algonquians and Hurons fought the Beaver Wars against the Iroquois European contact! ! .