Healthy living resources and supports for Halton residents

As a former professional hockey player, I know that many factors contribute to your overall health and well-being. Getting enough physical activity, eating healthy and living smoke-free are just a few of the keys to maintaining good health. Halton Region has the resources and supports to help residents achieve their health goals.

Add some fun physical activities to your daily routine


Increasing your physical activity can help prevent certain chronic diseases and improve mental well-being. Check out some of the great physical activity resources available for all ages at


haltonparentsiconcircleFinding the time to get active can be challenging, especially for today’s busy parents! Learn how your entire family can maintain a healthy, active routine by connecting with the HaltonParents team of public health nurses.

Build a nutrition plan to boost your health

familyhandholdingMaking simple, positive changes to your diet is an important step towards achieving any health goals. Whether you want to have a healthy pregnancy, or already have a toddler, preschooler, or child in school, Halton has the nutrition resources to support your family.

applestemCanada’s food guides are another great way to learn about making healthy food choices.


Get support and information to help you quit smoking

If you want to quit smoking, Halton has the resources that can help. Our Stop Smoking Clinic also offers personalized support from a health care professional to help you develop a plan to quit.

To find more healthy living resources, visit Halton supports the overall health of our community—you too can play a part by improving your health and your family’s and make Halton a great place to live, work, raise a family and retire. Wishing you and your family a safe and healthy 2019!

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