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Milton is part of the Greater Toronto Area and is Canada's most populous municipality located outside a census metropolitan area. Milton has one of the highest per capita incomes in Canada, with an average family income of $108,000 (2010) and an unemployment rate significantly below that found in similar communities across Ontario. The town was once home to Hershey Foods' Canadian operations; however, it closed down after moving its factory to Mexico following a labour dispute with workers at the plant. The Town takes its name from John Milton (1608–74), English poet best known for his epic poem Paradise Lost. He was born near London on December 9th 1608 and died November 8th 1674 while visiting Sir Thomas Fairfax at Nun Appleton Hall Yorkshire England .