Milton is a Southern Ontarian town, located in the Halton Region in the Greater Toronto Area. It was the fastest growing municipality in Canada between 2001 and 2011, with 71.4% population increase from 2001 to 2006 and a 56.5% population increase from 2006 to 2011. As a matter of fact, the town’s population is estimated to grow from 110,128 (in 2016) to 228,000 (by 2031), 107% growth.
The town of Milton has a land area of 363.22 square kilometers and a population density of 230.11 per square kilometers. Majority of Miltonians are White (about 51.3%). The visible minority population comprises 45.4% of the population and includes South Asians (22.4%), Blacks (5.1%), Filipinos (4.1%), Arabians (3.8%), Latin Americans (2.5%), Chinese (2.4%) and so forth.
Milton comprises several parks and recreations. These include recreational areas, conservative parks, and campgrounds. Milton conservative parks are owned by Conservative Halton. Some of the parks in the town include Milton Curling Club, Bruce Trail, Conservation Halton, Springridge Farm, Mohawk Raceway, Milton Skating Club, Kelso Conservation Area, John Tonelli Sports Center, Crawford Lake Conservation Area and so forth. Some of the popular local events in the city include the Milton Steam Era that takes place every Labor Day, the Milton Fall Fair that holds every last weekend of September annually.
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