Foreign trained Doctors in Brampton make case to join front lines of COVID-19 battle
Two qualified doctors with Canadian equivalent credentials explained that they are eager to help on the front lines of the COVID-19 crisis.
GlobalMedic provides ER triage tent at Brampton Civic
Brampton Civic Hospital is preparing for an increased number of patients as a result of the COVID-19 crisis by installing a temporary...
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.
Peel Region COVID-19 response prompts panic
COVID-19 has triggered the biggest public health crisis in modern history and our government bureaucracies in Peel Region appear to be shutting...
Mississauga Councillors use police funding to ratchet up Peel Region dysfunction
The vote to change the funding model for Peel Police would result in a tax increase Brampton residents. Regional council voted to refer the issue to staff.
Ray Lawson Blvd first to get photo radar
Photo Radar will be first deployed in the Cherrytree Public School Area near Ray Lawson Blvd and Cherrytree Dr, coincidentally just down the street from the Brampton Provincial Offences Court.
Mayor Brown to tour Brampton Civic with Health Minister Elliott to show healthcare crisis
Brampton Mayor Patrick Brown says that "the Health Minister has responded to my petition and has agreed to do a tour of Brampton Civic before the end of the year. I am going to be going with Christine Elliot showing her our Emergency Department, showing her some of the areas where there is real gridlock... I think she'll be sympathetic to the crisis we are facing and it is why I wanted her to see it first hand."
#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.
Brown Teases About “Significant Game Changer” for City
The mayor teased saying that “the biggest fish that we've been working on you're going to hear about later... those were pitched meetings that we've had in the last six months.” An announcement is expected in the new year in what the Mayor believes to be a “significant game changer for the City.”
Opinion: Rethinking Driver Certification and Licensing
The first snowfall of the year always tends to wreck havoc and mayhem on the roads in and around the GTA, and Brampton always...