Judge promises quick conclusion in Elaine Moore appointment challenge
A legal challenge of the controversial appointment of Elaine Moore to Brampton’s city council commenced on Thursday (June 30, 2022). Moore, a retired Wards 1 & 5 Councillor and critic of Mayor Brown received six of eleven council votes to replace Councillor Charmaine Williams in Wards 7 and 8. The decision was made contrary to the advice of the City Solicitor and City Clerk as the seat was not vacant at the time of the appointment.
City’s top bureaucrat first casualty after coup attempt on Brampton City Council
Why would six councillors provoke the unprecedented move of a CAO change just 10 weeks away from a municipal election?
COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic Open for 80-year olds
William Osler Health System (Osler) is now vaccinating Peel Region residents who are 80 years of age and older or who will...
Santa cancels Brampton Parade, may cancel toy delivery
Santa said that he received a letter from Dr. Lawrence Loh, the Medical Officer of Health for Peel Region asking him and his elves to stay in the North Pole this year.
Brampton at risk of reverting to Stage 2
Startling COVID-19 infection numbers were released on Friday from the Ontario Ministry of Health indicating that Peel Region accounted for 72 of...
Bill Godfrey at war against litter in Brampton
There was the outline of a bicycle wheel that Bill had spotted on a previous trip. He pried, shook and eventually pulled out an entire bicylce from the mud below the water.
36-hour hackathon hosted by Brampton’s SPARK group
SPARK hosted a virtual 36-hour hackathon with over 150 participants.
Dixie 407 Sports Park renamed to Emancipation Park
In honour of Emancipation Month (August) in Brampton, Brampton City Council renamed Dixie 407 Sports Park to Emancipation Park.
Osler to shut down triage tents at hospital sites
The tents were generously provided and installed by GlobalMedic, a Canadian charity program that provides disaster-relief services.
$113M Boost for Brampton Transit
$133 million investment for Brampton Transit includes $45.3 million from the federal government, $37.8 million from the provincial government and $30.2 from the City of Brampton.