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Diversity refers to the inherent value in the distinctive characteristics, qualities and elements of an individual, a group of individuals, or a community. These characteristics, qualities and elements include ethno-racial, faith, gender, mental ability, physical ability, literacy/educational level, age, sexual orientation and economic circumstances (HDAC T of R, 2006).
Who We Are
The Halton Diversity Advisory Committee (HDAC) is an advisory body that works to enhance awareness and understanding of access and diversity issues while promoting respect, access and inclusivity for all Halton residents.
HDAC Welcomes Public Input
All are welcome to attend meetings of HDAC. We encourage input from the public, either in writing or in the form of a delegation at one of our meetings. HDAC meets quarterly, and details of upcoming meetings can be obtained by contacting us.
What we Do
HDAC works with Regional Council, Regional staff and Halton residents to:
This list shows in descending order the top 17 languages spoken most often at home in Halton, as reported in the 2006 census.
HDAC reports to Regional Council through the Health and Social Services Standing Committee.
Members are appointed for a term that coincides with the 4-year term of Regional Council.
Contact us to:
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Halton Region is composed of
the City of Burlington,
the Town of Halton Hills,
the Town of Milton,
and the Town of Oakville .