Family gardens can alleviate COVID-19 food insecurity
According to the 2019 Public Trust Research Center for Food Integrity, Canadians are concerned about the availability of affordable food, food safety,...
Dine-in Restaurants, Bars, Nightclubs, Theatres and Concert Venues to close in Peel
Peel Public Health strongly recommends the closure of nightclubs, movie theatres and concert venues effective 12:01 a.m., March 17, 2020.
Brampton Celebrates Jamhuri Day with Kenyan Canadians
Organizers believe this was the first time any level of government in Canada has raised the Kenyan flag in honour of the contribution of Kenyan Canadians.
You’ll See a very different downtown – Mayor Brown
Brown says 'it pains me is I see shops and restaurants in the downtown that throw their life savings into this project to invest in our city and some of them haven't been successful, and that breaks my heart"
#TimesUpBrampton Sexual Assault Reporting Event on Dec 11th
Hope 24/7 is running Canada's first anonymously reporting event for sexual assault survivors on Dec 11th.
Rising Author in Brampton Publishes Debut Novel at Only 15 Years Old
The City of Brampton boasts its powerful youth population which unfailingly achieves greatness in academics, arts and athletics. Joining the youth “Hall...
A New Player Enters the Stage at Brampton’s Rose Theatre
The Rose Theatre was excited to invite the new executive artistic director, Steven Schipper, to their team this past June. With 30...
City Hall Celebrates Jamaican Independence Day
The City of Brampton is home to a rich mosaic of community and culture. The city is working to break cultural barriers...
Opinion: Trust the Food Guide, Not Andrew Scheer
As a healthcare professional for 18 years before I got into politics, I worked very closely with patients who were suffering from...
Will you be Partying in the Lanes Friday?
The Party in the LANES event is back this Friday, July 19th from 6-11 pm in downtown Brampton.