Youth-led conversation on policing in Peel – August 6
During a teletown hall hosted by Peel Regional Police in June, a live poll indicated that 73% of respondents wanted the police...
Brampton’s new senior advisor for black empowerment
Speaking on the significance of this opportunity, she says that “my passion for the community and my desire to see that every person gets an opportunity- that’s the driving force for what I do.”
Peel’s Medical Officer of Health supports Brampton entering Stage 3
“I support Peel Region moving into Stage 3 sooner rather than later”, Dr. Loh said.
Brampton events and festivals cancelled through to Sept 7
Brampton has mandated the cancellation of all event and festival permits until Labour Day.
Up to $15k available for Brampton artists
Brampton has announced a funding program for artists to earn up to $1,000 and arts organizations to earn up to $15,000 to alleviate revenue losses from the pandemic.
Brampton Farmers Market To Reopen On June 27th
The City of Brampton has been given the go ahead from Peel Public Health to open the Brampton Farmers market. The popular...
Free virtual summer STEM program for middle school students
Sparkin’ STEM is a local student-run non-profit in Brampton that provides hands-on, STEM learning opportunities for middle school...
COVID-19 Pandemic in Brampton: Week 10 Perspective
The pandemic response so far has glaringly exposed facets of our lives that we take for granted. Many of the measures that have been put in place will likely persist until public health officials deem otherwise. Many of these experts are warning that a vaccine may take a long time to develop and we may be living with this virus for the foreseeable future. How have we fared?
Put ‘neighbour’ back into neighbourhoods during the pandemic
The pandemic is an opportunity to get to know our neighbours. More and more residents are going online, joining Facebook and Whatsapp groups, participating in live tele-townhalls, checking on each other and volunteering to help however they can.
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.