The 2023 Budget process is currently underway! Join us on Feb 22 for a chat in Wards 1 & 5 at New India Curry Mahal.
Continue to support small businesses by extending the funding for the My Main Street initiative past the initial 12 months, and continuing Digital Main Street with expanded boundaries outside of Business Improvement Areas (BIA’s) for the Digital Transformation and Digital Service Squad programs.
Contribute to the City’s $8M investment in innovative housing through the Housing Catalyst Capital Project to support the non-profit and co-operative housing sector in Brampton.
Funding for the Riverwalk project in the downtown to advance sustainable mobility and active transportation components, to complete feasibility studies, implementing stormwater management systems, supporting Eco Park concepts, and advancing open space and public realm improvements.
Ensure long-term sustainable funding, such as the new Active Transportation Fund, to implement active transportation infrastructure and programs as part of the Federal Government’s National Active
$1.7B Light Rail Transit (LRT) along Main Street from Steeles Avenue to Brampton GO Station (Federal ask $850M).
In Ottawa, work is underway to prepare the federal budget and Brampton’s leaders are keen to ensure that Brampton gets its fair share of dollars to pay for a wide range of projects.
Should they break up the Region of Peel? Amalgamate Brampton, Mississauga and Caledon into one super city? Keep things as they are today? After nearly two hours of discussion at the Region of Peel, Councillors voted this week to approve a $600,000 study to determine the costs of three potential governance scenarios being considered by […]
By Paul Vicente Elections used to be about issues. There are so many of them. Fiscal issues, family issues, transit, infrastructure, auto insurance, healthcare, et cetera. In this provincial election, we don’t seem to be talking about issues. Much. Instead, the media reports are filled daily with stories about scandals, candidates’ transgressions, sordid […]
Brampton hosted the Honourable Patricia Hajdu, Minister of Employment, Workforce Development, and Labour, to announce a new initiative the federal government has introduced through its 2018 budget to support gender equality at home and in the workplace. Making the announcement at Gore Meadows Recreation Centre, Minister Hajdu was joined by Brampton’s five Members of Parliament, […]