The Canadian province of Ontario has a lake that is shaped like a heart. Its name means "Heart Lake," and it covers almost 18 hectares. It is a kettle lake, which means that floodwaters or receding glaciers formed it. It is interesting to note that Austria, Germany, Turkey, France, and the United States all have heart-shaped lakes. A lake called Heart Lake can be found in Brampton, Ontario, Canada's northernmost region. Heart Lake is a kettle lake, as is Teapot Lake (0.7 hectares, 1.26 metres (4.1 feet) depth), the latter of which is a rare meromictic lake.
In the 1950s, the area was made accessible to the public. The lake itself is located in the 418-acre Heart Lake Conservation Area, where students from the neighbourhood elementary schools plant trees each year. In addition to offering boat rentals, there are many biking and running trails. Heart Lake Secondary School is one of the institutions that bear its name, as does the neighbourhood immediately surrounding the lake.
Heart Lake East has an exceptional livability score of 85 out of 100. The cost of living in Heart Lake East is 2% less than the average in Brampton, and crime rates are comparable. Real estate costs in Heart Lake East are 11% cheaper than the average price in Brampton. Heart Lake East rents are 100 percent less expensive than the national average in Brampton. Here are some parameters for the livability quotient in the Heart Lake neighbourhood.
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The crime rate of Heart Lake is very low. The statistical representation has been presented in the below table. The total crimes are less than 3% of the total population. This is also lower than the national average. The neighbourhood Heart Lake also has a higher proportion of property crimes as compared to violent crimes.
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