Heritage Services Exhibits

Heritage Services exhibit

Heritage Services creates memorable, engaging and accessible exhibits to encourage discovery, appreciation and understanding of Halton's heritage.


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Beyond Sit and Stay:
Dogs in Our Service

Did you know that our best friend could also be our biggest helper? This original exhibit explores the many ways in which dogs assist humans, including detection, security and therapy. The exhibit has been developed with the support of our number of community partners, including the Halton Regional Police, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, the Lions Foundation of Canada Dog Guides, St. John Ambulance and other organizations and individuals working with service and assistance animals.
Floor space required: 900-1000 square feet.
Minimum length of booking: 12 weeks.



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Who is Halton?

This exhibit explores the history and culture of the area that would become Halton region by focusing on the personal stories of its residents, from First Nations and early settlers to its namesake Major William Halton, long-time residents and recent arrivals.
Floor space required: 500 square feet.
Minimum length of booking: 4 weeks



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Service, War and Remembrance: Honouring 150 years of the Lorne Scots Regiment

The Lorne Scots (Peel, Dufferin and Halton Regiment), raised in Brampton in 1866, is one of Canada’s oldest military units and its lineage incorporates companies and regiments from both Milton and other Halton-area communities. The exhibit, which commemorates the 150th anniversary of the Regiment’s formation, explores the nature of military service through the eyes and personal stories of some of those who have served their country. This exhibit is being researched, designed and produced in a partnership between Heritage Services and the Peel Art Gallery Museum and Archives.
Floor space required: 800 square feet.
Minimum length of booking: 12 weeks