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Halton’s Larviciding Program for West Nile Virus Starts

Halton Region has begun its annual larviciding program to reduce the risk of West Nile virus (WNV) in the community.

Nishan Duraiappah, Deputy Chief, Halton Regional Police Service; Greg Sage, Chief, Paramedic Services, Halton Region; Gary Carr, Halton Regional Chair; Ralph Blauel, Chief, Emergency Management, Halton Region; and Gerry Lieferink, Platoon Chief, Oakville Fire,

Halton Region joins partners to encourage emergency preparedness

In recognition of Emergency Preparedness Week, running May 7 to 14, Halton Region and its emergency management partners encourage residents to take precautions to reduce the impact of a potential emergency in their community.

7th Annual Scout Tree Planting Event

Scouts plant 400 trees at Halton Region Waste Management Site

On Saturday, April 29, Halton Region partnered with Conservation Halton and Scouts Canada for the 17th Annual Scout Tree Planting Event.

Halton Regional Chair Gary Carr, Primary Care Paramedic Adam Sellors, Primary Care Paramedic Justin Mlynaryk and Chief/Director of Paramedic Services Greg Sage

Halton Region paramedics recognized for excellence in National Paramedic Competition

On April 8, 2017, two Halton Region Paramedic Services teams participated and received top honours at the National Paramedic Competition in Ottawa, reflecting Halton Region’s commitment to community safety.

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Halton Region awards $2.9 million to enhance the health, safety and well-being of Halton residents

On April 19, 2017, Regional Council approved nearly $2.9 million in funding to 40 community programs and projects to help enhance the health, safety and well-being of Halton residents.

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Potential measles exposures in Oakville

The Halton Region Health Department is investigating a confirmed case of measles in an Oakville resident that has led to potential exposures in public and health-care settings in Oakville during the period of March 21-29, ...

Vaccine

Oakville Man confirmed with the 1st Case of Mumps in Halton

Ontario, particularly the Greater Toronto Area, is seeing an increase in confirmed cases of mumps primarily involving individuals 20 to 40 years of age.

Gabriela Covaci, Marlen Ortega, William Vallejo, Hanbyoul (Agatha) Park

Recognition ceremony honours newcomers for important contributions to the community

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 upholds Halton Region’s top credit rating

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 ...

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The 2017 Halton Guide and Waste Collection Calendar is here!

The 2017 Halton Region Guide and Waste Collection Calendar has been delivered by mail to all Halton residents.

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