Homelessness is at crisis levels across Ontario. Councillor Vicente’s motion calling on the province to urgently commit to ending homelessness in Ontario passed unanimously.
Much has changed in Brampton since the 1980s, but barriers still exist to prevent women and minorities from getting ahead.
Councillor Santos and Councillor Vicente Continue Advocacy for Post-Secondary<br>Expansion in Brampton Despite Council Politics
Residents can be proud that this work has resulted in plans for a Medical School, campus expansions, and negotiations to help revitalize our downtown with the potential relocation of the University of Guelph-Humber.
Tree planting is one of the most rewarding volunteer activities to get involved with. We encourage residents to come out to a volunteer planting events to get fresh air, learn from the experts at Credit Valley Conservation and give back to nature. Our goal in Brampton is to get a million trees planted.
Brampton student team qualifies for First Tech Challenge in Houston – 1 of only 2 Ontario teams.
Rogers Communications is planning a major move into Downtown Brampton, supporting unanimously by Brampton City Council.
Join us to learn more about the exciting possibility of the Guelph-Humber’s relocation to Brampton.
Fourth consecutive tax freeze and record commitment to healthcare expansion in Brampton.
The City of Brampton hired award-winning urban planner Larry Beasley to develop a new, future-ready vision of out city, and after a year of consultation with residents and stakeholders, Beasley’s “Brampton 2040 Vision” document will be presented to Members of Council in a special meeting on Monday. Called “Living the Mosaic“, Beasley sees Brampton’s future […]
By Victoria Kaye As Brampton begins to realize the dream of a STEAM-powered university to drive the future, today our city is standing tall on the STEM world stage. A number of student teams from Brampton are set to take the world stage at this year’s VEX World Robotics Competition held in Louisville, Kentucky. 400 teams […]