Peel Police have stopped the SRO program to consult the community's opinions, with a report to be published later this year.
Brampton will be entering Stage 3 tomorrow, joining the rest of Ontario in the province’s reopening framework. Concerns from the OMA and residents have been raised about Brampton's readiness for Stage 3.
$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.
“I support Peel Region moving into Stage 3 sooner rather than later”, Dr. Loh said.
Brampton has mandated the cancellation of all event and festival permits until Labour Day.
In summary: wash hands, keep your physical distancing, wear a mask where it is mandatory or where physical distancing is not possible.
Peel Region, York Region and Toronto will not be entering Stage 3 of reopening across Ontario this Friday (July 17/2020). Premier Doug Ford shared that 29 of the 34 regions in Ontario are reporting less than 5 new COVID-19 cases daily. Peel Region reported 18 new cases yesterday.
Crombie: "difficult conversations about cost-saving service reductions are taking place at council meetings across the province"
Peel and Toronto will be entering Stage 2 of Ontario’s action plan to reopen and restart the province. Premier Doug Ford announced...
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.