Ontario, particularly the Greater Toronto Area, is seeing an increase in confirmed cases of mumps primarily involving individuals 20 to 40 years of age.
On March 6, 2017, the Halton Newcomer Strategy presented awards to Hanbyoul (Agatha) Park, William Vallejo, Marlen Ortega and Gabriela Covaci at the second annual Newcomer Recognition Ceremony. The annual event honours the contributions of ...
Moody’s Investors Service has upheld Halton Region’s AAA credit rating—the agency’s highest—for the 29th consecutive year. Profiling Halton’s strong governance and prudent fiscal policies, as well as its forward-looking operating and capital plans, Moody’s credit ...
The 2017 Halton Region Guide and Waste Collection Calendar has been delivered by mail to all Halton residents.
Happy New Year from Halton Region! As we enter a new year, it is an opportunity to make positive changes in our daily lives, including how we impact the natural environment.
Starting now and running until mid-February, the Halton Region Health Department will be offering in-school immunization clinics for students born in 1999 and 2000 with incomplete immunizations who are at risk of school suspension.
On December 14, 2016, Regional Council approved the 2017 Budget and Business Plan that outlines the implementation of key priorities in the Halton Region Strategic Action Plan 2015-2018.
While flu clinics hosted by the Halton Region Health Department are winding down, it’s not too late to get a flu shot to protect yourself and prevent spreading the virus.
“Getting the flu vaccine every year is the most important way to protect yourself, your family and your colleagues from the flu,” said Halton Region’s Medical Officer of Health, Dr. Hamidah Meghani. “We recommend everyone ...
Every day we hear about the importance of maintaining a healthy and active lifestyle and all of the great benefits of regular physical activity, healthy eating and healthy lifestyle choices. From news reports to advertisements ...Next Page »