1151 Bronte Road, Oakville
Ontario, Canada, L6M 3L1
Phone: Dial 311 or
Toll free: 1-866-442-5866
Email Halton Region
In Halton, Public Health Inspectors regularly conduct inspections of food premises. This web page contains general information about food safety inspections for the public.
Information is also provided on our website for people working in the food services industry.
The purpose of food safety inspections is:
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If you eat at a restaurant or purchase food from a food premise in Halton (e.g., grocery store, convenience store etc.) and you have concerns about the food you were served or the cleanliness of the premise, you can call the Health Department and file a complaint.
All food complaints and suspected cases of food poisoning are investigated by the Health Department within 24 hours.
In addition to food safety inspections, the Health Department offers training to staff working in the food services industry through the Food Handler Certification Program.
For residents of Halton, the Health Department promotes the Dinewise program, a mandatory food safety program for restaurants. Participants in the program post their Certificate of Inspection in a highly visible area so that patrons are informed that the restaurant is regularly inspected by the Health Department and that Summary Inspection Reports are available for viewing upon request. The public can also access the Summary Inspection Reports online.
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Yes. Anytime you are hosting a special event where foods are prepared, processed and /or sold to the public for eating either on or off-site, you require approval from the Health Department prior to the event.
For problems or questions regarding this site, please email Halton
or dial 311 or 905-825-6000
Toll free 1-866-4HALTON (1-866-442-5866) | TTY: 905-827-9833
Halton Region is composed of
the City of Burlington,
the Town of Halton Hills,
the Town of Milton,
and the Town of Oakville .