Community Development Halton introduces the Our Halton 2018 series to increase community awareness of the changing socio-demographic characteristics of the residents of Halton Region. Supported financially by the Regional Municipality of Halton and the United Way of Halton and Hamilton, this series provides not only vital information to all levels of government for their decision-making process in the provision of services to people but also community nonprofit social and health service agencies with this information are in a better position to mobilize their resources to bridge service gaps. It allows businesses to better plan, develop and deliver their goods and services to meet the needs and requirements of their customers. Community wisdom grows as residents are better informed of the needs and importantly the potential of their communities.
The main data source for the Our Halton series is the 2016 Census of Population. The Census which is conducted every five years provides the most reliable and detailed socio-demographic data on the Canadian population. In producing these documents, CDH thanks those who joined the respective focus groups, make up of selected organizations and community members with insights and lived experience in Halton, that developed the implications of the changing demographics of our communities.
|Our Halton 2018 – Women
|Our Halton 2018 – Seniors
|Our Halton 2018 – Income Inequality and Poverty
|Our Halton 2018 – Newcomers
|Our Halton 2018 – Children And Youth