Brampton tax payers on the hook for $20,000 coup attempt led by Councillor Medeiros
Superior Court of Justice found the actions of the Medeiros faction to have been illegal and awarded $20,000 to be paid by the Corporation of the City of Brampton.
Residents urge Mayor Brown to run again during tele-townhall
A consistent sentiment by residents calling in to Monday's tele-townhall was a desire for the Mayor to seek a second term.
Brampton Councillors conduct “unhinged” media gathering with Elaine Moore in audience
Councillors Medeiros, Fortini, Bowman and Dhillon continued to push a false narrative at City Hall by inviting media from Toronto to a media conference to answer questions.
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.
FordNation Candidate Charmaine Williams breaks provincial law, anoints Elaine Moore as her successor
The Special Meeting and the agenda wasn't shared on any of their social media and their motion to appoint Elaine Moore has yet to be shared with residents.
Brampton Councillor Gurpreet Dhillon fails to reverse sexual assault findings by Integrity Commissioner
Regional Councillor Gurpreet Dhillon lost his attempt to reverse a devastating ruling by the City of Brampton's Integrity Commissioner that found he violated the City's Code of Conduct rules in sexual assault allegations by a resident.
Peel Region remembers Mama Sarah Obama
Local residents in Peel Region remember the 2015 visit by President Barack Obama's paternal grandmother Dr. Sarah Obama popularly known as Mama Sarah Obama.
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?
Mississauga Mayor Crombie rebukes 17% property tax increase
The property tax is one of the most inefficient taxes there is. It is essentially an income tax because no matter how much your house is worth, you don’t realize that value until you sell it. Cities essentially tax your income.
Abandoning Society’s Most Vulnerable: Competing Rights and COVID-19
As society settles into an emergency measures state during the COVID-19 pandemic, survival of the fittest peaks its ugly head. Not only...