Geography and Demographics
2016-2019 Pan-LHIN Environmental Scan
Nestled between Lake Ontario and Lake Erie, the HNHB LHIN spans from Burlington to Fort Erie and from Burford to Cayuga and includes more than 1.4 million residents.
If you are interested in learning more about the HNHB LHIN, you can start with Interesting Facts about the HNHB LHIN. If you are looking for something more in depth, please read the Environmental Scan on the HNHB LHIN (May, 2007) or the Community Profile (Aug. 2006) or browse through our Health Atlas (Dec. 2009).
Links to Maps
If you are interested in learning more about the HNHB LHIN, please browse the various maps of our LHIN listed below.
- A Map of the Boundaries and Communities of the HNHB LHIN (if you are looking for a very large file for reference printing, click on the small map to the right and right click to copy)
- A Map of the Locations of HNHB Hospitals
Community Profiles (Charts)
- A Map of the Total Population, 2008
- A Map of the Population Aged 65+, 2008
- A Map of the Population Aged 85+, 2008
- A Map of the Median Household Income, 2008
- A Map of the Population of Persons whose Mother Tongue is French, 2001
- A Map of the Percent of People who speak a non-offical language as their Mother Tongue, 2008
- A Map of the Population of Persons with no knowledge of either official language: English or French, 2001
- A Map of the Percent of Lone Parent Families, 2008
- A Map of the Visible Minority Population, 2001
- A Map of the Percent of Immigrant Population, 2008
Projected Population Data
Links to Outside Information
For information about the communities in our LHIN, click on 2006 Community Profiles, Statistics Canada
For information about the health status of the population in our LHIN, click on Health Indicators