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Social Planning

Helps the community identify strengths and challenges and determine ways to improve the quality of life for residents in Halton.

Community Lens

The intent of Community Lens is to disseminate and interpret important community data as it becomes available. Community Lens covers many topic areas such as children and youth, seniors, families, immigrants, housing and transportation, among others.

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Community Lens #173 – Income Inequality in Halton

Community Lens #173 – Income Inequality in Halton

This Community Lens looks at income inequality in Halton using 2018 taxfiler data. The widening income gap between the rich and the poor can impact negatively on economic growth, standard of living, health and wellbeing, and social inclusion. Also raises a moral...

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Community Lens #172 – Working Poor in Halton

Community Lens #172 – Working Poor in Halton

This Community Lens looks at working poor in Halton using 2018 taxfiler data. As we come out of the pandemic, how we respond to those that have been most impacted is critical to recovery. If you have any feedback on the issue of working poor in Halton, you can contact...

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Community Lens #165 – Rental Housing – 2019

Community Lens #165 – Rental Housing – 2019

This Community Lens looks at rental housing data for Halton in 2019. Halton’s vacancy rate for private apartments stands at 1.9%, below the 3% vacancy rate generally considered the minimum for a healthy rental market. Halton also has the highest average monthly rent...

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