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Arrow BulletChapter 4: Health and Social Infrastructure in Peel Region

The Regional Municipality of Peel is directly west of Toronto and York Region, and is comprised of the City of Mississauga, the City of Brampton, and the Town of Caledon:

  • Mississauga occupies the southern-most portion of the region, and has a population of approximately 650,000 people, making it the sixth largest city in Canada;
  • Brampton is located in the middle of Peel Region, and has a population of approximately 415,000 people; and
  • Caledon is located in the northern area of Peel Region, and is the largest in terms of area, but the smallest in terms of population with approximately 55,000 residents.

Health and Social Infrastructure in Peel Region (PDF 5 pages, 38KB)

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