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Halton Hills

About Halton Hills

59,008 in city
5,623,400 in metro
106.7 mi² (276.35 km²)

Created in 1974 by the amalgamation of the towns of Acton and Georgetown, and the township of Esquesing. The name derives from a combination of the area's topography and the surrounding Regional Municipality of Halton - wich in turn was named for William Halton, secretary to Upper Canada's then Lieutenant Governor Francis Gore, back in 1816.

Metro Cities:

No. of Buildings

No. Current status
5 All buildings
5
existing

Building types

No. Type
2 water tower
2 low-rise building
1 high-rise building

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