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Acton was first settled in was settled in 1825, and amalgamated with the Town of Georgetown and most of the Township of Esquesing to form the Town of Halton Hills in 1974. At the northern end of Halton Region, it is on the outer edge of the Greater Toronto Area and is one of two of the primary population centres of the Town; the other is Georgetown, Ontario. From 1842 until about 1986, the town was a major centre for the tanning and leather goods industry; in the early years, it was often referred to as "Leathertown".


Georgetown is situated on the Credit River, located approximately 60 km west of Toronto. Georgetown was named after entrepreneur George Kennedy who settled in the area in 1821 and built several mills and other businesses. Many historic buildings still stand in the heart of Georgetown.


Glen Williams is a hamlet in the Credit River valley. Glen Williams is home to many visual artists, contains a collection of artist’s studios and is a major draw to the area. Famed Group of Seven artist A. J. Casson often spent summers in Glen Williams, which he used as a base to paint local scenes. The character of the hamlet of Glen Williams is largely defined by the heritage buildings, which help give Glen Williams its distinctive look and feel. Glen Williams is also home to many species of birds, mammals and fish, with the river providing an exemplary habitat for them.

Glen Williams

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Rural Halton Hills is a large rural area that includes the Silver Creek Conservation Area.

Rural Halton Hills

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