The Regional Municipality of Halton encompasses all of the earlier Halton County, which officially ceased to exist as a political sub-division on January 1, 2001. It is comprised of four municipalities: The City of Burlington and the Towns of Halton Hills, Milton and Oakville. It covers over 232,000 acres of land, including 25 kms of waterfront on Lake Ontario. It has a population of 375,229 (2001) and is expected to reach 439,000 in 2006, making it one of the fastest growing regions in the country.
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The Regional Municipality of Halton
The official site of the Regional government, presenting general information about services, council and heritage as well as its media releases.
The Halton Region Libraries information network provides links to local and regional libraries and services, access to local historical and genealogical resources. Also includes links to area services and businesses.
Halton Community Services Database
A database of roughly 4000 records of community service programs and organizations serving of Burlington, Halton Hills, Milton and Oakville.
Halton Regional Police Services (HRPS)
Includes information about the service, media releases, publications, and links.
Directory for Halton Hills, Ontario, movies, weather, sports, news, business listings, community information and events.
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