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.
Christmas is around the corner and stores are busy with their Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales. At this time of year, we are often focused with shopping and buying the items on our gift list. However, do we remember those who are less fortunate? That’s what Giving Tuesday is all about. This year, Giving […]
The Integrity Commissioner rules that there is no evidence or incidents of harassment or bullying and therefore makes “no finding that Councillor Santos bullied or harassed the staff member.”
Much has changed in Brampton since the 1980s, but barriers still exist to prevent women and minorities from getting ahead.
At a Special Council Meeting held on August 5th, we moved and voted in favour of a motion for City Staff to conduct additional public consultation in respect to the Springbrook Official Plan amendments and developer proposed development applications.
A visual overview of some of the recent park infrastructure improvements in Brampton Wards 1 & 5.
Join us for the return of Brampton’s in-person Canada Day celebration on July 1 from 12 to 10 pm in Chinguacousy Park. Brampton’s Canada Day celebration is the City’s largest single day event. There will be live entertainment, arts, culture, food, fireworks and more! If you would like a Canada Day sign for your front lawn […]
Public Works Department and the Region of Peel are upgrading watermains, sewers, roads and resurfacing in Downtown Brampton.
Pass holders will have free access to Brampton Transit services and Recreation drop-in programs including swimming, skating, and select sports from July 1 to September 5, 2022.
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.