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Haliburton County is located in Southern Ontario between the cities of Ottawa and Toronto. Haliburton County covers an area of 1,074 km2 (415 sq mi) and has a population density of 15.1 people per square kilometre (39/sq mi). It is also home to Algonquin Park which contains one-fifth of all the original forest that once covered all of Canada, including what would become Central Ontario Haliburton was first settled by Europeans in 1820 as part of Hastings Township but became its own township in 1850 with land annexed from Peterborough County until it reached its current size at some point after 1866 when most remaining lands were transferred to Victoria District. The county was officially named on January 1,1851 with the enactment "An Act for dividing the Province into Counties". In 2001, Haliburton had a population growth rate higher than any other county or regional municipality in Canada at 7%.