Malton, Ontario

blank_name NTS (National Topographic System) Map blank_info 030M12 blank1_name GNBC (Geographical Names Board of Canada) Code blank1_info FEBVQ blank2_name Demonym blank2_info Maltonian '''Malton''' is a neighbourhood in the northeastern part of the city of Mississauga, Ontario, Canada, located to the northwest of Toronto. The neighbourhood has a population of approximately 36,400

as of 2002. Malton is bounded by Highway 427 (Ontario Highway 427) and Finch Avenue (border with Toronto) to the east, the Brampton city border along Steeles Avenue to the north, Airport Road (Peel Regional Road 7) to the west, and the CN (Canadian National Railway) rail line and Toronto Pearson International Airport to the south. Malton is unique in that it does not adjoin any other Mississauga neighbourhood. Mimico Creek flows through Malton. Together, the Malton


Ryedale

Malton (Malton, North Yorkshire) government_type Ryedale District Council leader_title Leadership (Local government in England#Councillors and mayors): leader_name Alternative - Sec. 31 leader_title1 Executive: leader_name1 leader_title2 MP (MPs elected in the United Kingdom general election, 2010): leader_name2 Anne McIntosh leader_title3 leader_name3

of North Yorkshire in England. Settlements include Helmsley, Kirkbymoorside, Malton (Malton, North Yorkshire), Norton-on-Derwent, Pickering (Pickering, North Yorkshire), and Terrington. Part of Ryedale lies within the North York Moors National Park. Derivation of name The name refers to the River Rye (River Rye, Yorkshire) and was previously used for the Ryedale (Ryedale (wapentake)) wapentake of Yorkshire, that covered roughly the same area

. The current district was formed on 1 April 1974, under the Local Government Act 1972, and was a merger of urban district (Urban district (Great Britain and Ireland)) of Norton and Norton Rural District (Norton Rural District (Yorkshire)), from the historic East Riding of Yorkshire, along with the urban districts of Malton (Malton, North Yorkshire) and Pickering (Pickering, North Yorkshire) with Flaxton Rural District, Helmsley Rural District, Kirkbymoorside Rural District


Port Credit, Ontario

in the growing city of Toronto. Snider, Charles Henry Jeremiah, Townsend, Robert B. Tales from the Great Lakes. Toronto: Dundurn Press Limited, 1995, pp. 25. With the exception of Port Credit (Port Credit, Ontario) and Streetsville, the township settlements of Lakeview, Cooksville, Lorne Park, Clarkson, Erindale, Sheridan, Dixie, Meadowvale Village, and Malton (Malton, Ontario) were amalgamated by a somewhat unpopular provincial decree in 1968 to form the Town of Mississauga

• Cooksville (Cooksville, Ontario) • Dixie (Dixie, Mississauga) • Erindale (Erindale, Mississauga) • Erin Mills • Lakeview (Lakeview, Mississauga) • Lorne Park • Malton (Malton, Ontario) • Meadowvale (Meadowvale, Ontario) • Port Credit (Port Credit, Ontario) • Streetsville (Streetsville, Ontario) History Peel Regional Police was established in tandem with the creation of the Regional Municipality of Peel on January 1, 1974. It integrated the former police

, Ontario Port Credit , Cooksville (Cooksville, Ontario), Lakeview (Lakeview, Mississauga), Malton (Malton, Ontario), Meadowvale (Meadowvale, Ontario)) that existed prior to the creation of Mississauga, Ontario. MFES was mainly made up of the Toronto Township Volunteer Fire Department, itself created from volunteer units in 1870s. By 1975, Mississauga's fire service was a full time service. Early life Born in the early fall of 1824 at the Credit River, now called Port Credit


Mississauga

as Toronto Township. Part of northeast Mississauga, including the Airport lands and Malton (Malton, Ontario) were part of Toronto Gore Township. After the land was surveyed, the Crown gave much of it in the form of land grants to United Empire Loyalists who emigrated from the Thirteen Colonies during

and after the American Revolution, as well as loyalists from New Brunswick. A group of settlers from New York City arrived in the 1830s. The government wanted to compensate the Loyalists for property lost in the colonies and encourage development of what was considered frontier. In 1820, the government purchased additional land from the Mississaugas. Additional settlements were established, including: Barbertown, Britannia, Burnhamthorpe, Derry West, Elmbank (Elmbank, Ontario), Malton

, Ontario Malton , Meadowvale Village (Meadowvale, Ontario), Mount Charles, and Streetsville (Streetsville, Ontario). European-Canadian growth led to the eventual displacement of the Mississaugas. In 1847, the government relocated them to a reserve (New Credit) in the Grand River Valley (Grand River, Ontario), near present-day Hagersville (Hagersville, Ontario).


Streetsville, Ontario

, the creation of the Town of Mississauga amalgamated the villages and hamlets of Cooksville (Cooksville, Ontario), Dixie, Clarkson, Erindale and Malton (Malton, Ontario). Although Streetsville and Port Credit were excluded from this amalgamation, it was evident that the high population growth in the area would result in further amalgamation. In 1974 all of these communities were annexed when Mississauga became a city. Politics !-- Deleted image removed: File:George Carlson.jpeg

of settlers from New York City arrived in the 1830s. The government wanted to compensate the Loyalists for property lost in the colonies and encourage development of what was considered frontier. In 1820, the government purchased additional land from the Mississaugas. Additional settlements were established, including: Barbertown, Britannia, Burnhamthorpe, Derry West, Elmbank, Malton (Malton, Ontario), Meadowvale Village (Meadowvale, Ontario), Mount Charles, and Streetsville, Ontario


Brampton

; was created by the farmer William Sheard, who combined "BRAM" from Brampton, "MAL" from Malton (then a neighbouring town which is now part of the city of Mississauga), and "LEA", an Old English word meaning meadow or grassland. He sold the land to Brampton Leasing (the former name of the developer) and built one of Bramalea's first houses on Dixie Road. The community was developed according to its detailed master plan (Strategic planning), which

Bolton, Ontario along Peel Regional Road 50 and through east Malton (Malton, Ontario) connecting with Malton GO Station on the Georgetown line. *serving Orangeville (Orangeville, Ontario) and Brampton connecting with Brampton GO Station on the Georgetown linevia Main Street (Hurontario Street) Highway 10 (Highway 10 (Ontario)). head Dr. Jeff Zabudsky city Oakville (Oakville, Ontario), Ontario Brampton, Ontario Mississauga

currency exchange rates, high energy costs, and reduced demand from the United States. foundation 1931 location Brampton, Ontario locations 272 Malton is bounded by Highway 427 (Ontario Highway 427) and Finch Avenue (border with Toronto) to the east, the Brampton city border along


Deira

name for Malton (Malton, North Yorkshire), ''Derventio''. Higham, p. 81 According to Simeon of Durham (writing early in the 12th century) it extended from the Humber to the Tyne (River Tyne), but the land was waste north of the Tees (River Tees). After the Brythonic kingdom centred on ''Eboracum'', which may have been called Ebrauc, was taken by King Edwin, the city of ''Eboracum'' became its capital and was called ''Eoforwic'' ("boar-place"


Etobicoke

(especially modern Brampton). First developed as an urban area by Rex Heslop in the post-war years around the new Rexdale (the Elms) (The Elms, Toronto) community, northern Etobicoke now has many apartment buildings as well as a large 'skyway' industrial park to the west, developed after Malton Airport (in nearby Mississauga) became Toronto's main "Pearson International" Airport, and faces many of the problems associated with such areas. Demographics

;nbsp;403. In addition to the airport, Malton has great importance as a transportation link between Toronto and its suburbs to the west, particularly Brampton and the other parts of Mississauga. Among other things, the tiny neighbourhood borders the airport, Brampton, Vaughan (Vaughan, Ontario) and Etobicoke. As such, it is very strategically placed and important to the flow of people and goods throughout the Greater Toronto Area. The most sweeping change was in 1998 when

and east of Kipling Avenue. Rexdale is bordered by Malton (Malton, Ontario) and Toronto Pearson International Airport in the City of Mississauga to the west, central Etobicoke to the south, the former Town of Woodbridge (Woodbridge, Ontario) in the City of Vaughan (Vaughan, Ontario) to the north and the North York district of the City of Toronto to the east. birth_date birth_place Etobicoke, Ontario, Canada spouse


Regional Municipality of Peel

Centre *Streetsville Child Care Centre *Malton Child Care Centre *Ernest Majury Child Care Centre *The Valleys Child Care Centre *Cooksville Child Care Centre *Ridgeway Child Care Centre *PLASP Daycare Centre ''Long Term Care'' Facilities are for seniors and others with long term health needs: *The Davis Centre *Malton Village *Peel Manor *Sheridan Villa *Tall Pines ''Social Housing'' Peel is the largest landlord in the Region. Its non-profit housing company, Peel Living, is one of the largest


Mission, British Columbia

Canyon is not in the Lower Mainland). Sikh Migration beginning from the 19th century led to the creation of significant communities in Canada (predominantly in Brampton (Brampton, Ontario), along with Malton (Malton, Ontario) in Ontario and Abbotsford (Abbotsford, British Columbia), Mission (Mission, British Columbia), Lower Mainland, Surrey (Surrey, British Columbia) in British Columbia), East Africa, the Middle East, Southeast Asia, the United Kingdom


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