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Ontario, Canada, L6M 3L1
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Update as of January 1, 2010: The proposed municipal boundary realignment between the Region of Halton and Region of Peel has been approved and has taken effect.
On December 17, 2009, the Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing signed the Order thereby giving effect to the restructuring proposal. This Order came into effect on January 1, 2010, and will be published in The Ontario Gazette.
Therefore, as of January 1, 2010, the lands known as the Ninth Line corridor lands are no longer part of the Town of Milton, in the Regional Municipality of Halton, and are now part of the City of Mississauga, in the Regional Municipality of Peel.
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In 2009 Halton Region engaged in discussions initiated by the City of Mississauga to explore a municipal boundary realignment.
Staff from Halton Region, the Town of Milton, the City of Mississauga and Peel Region were all involved in the discussions regarding the municipal boundary realignment, which resulted in the annexation of land to the City of Mississauga and Peel Region from the Town of Milton and Halton Region.
The area affected by the municipal boundary realignment is known as the “Ninth Line Corridor” and the annexation lands lie between Highway 407 to the west and Ninth Line to the east, the Highway 407 / 403 interchange to the south and Highway 401 to the north (see map in top right corner).
A joint public meeting with the Town of Milton, City of Mississauga, Peel Region and Halton Region was held on September 30, 2009 to provide an opportunity for the public to review and comment on the draft restructuring proposal for the proposed municipal boundary realignment.
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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 .