Integrity Commissioner clears City Council of sweeping accusations

The City of Brampton’s Integrity Commissioner has issued her report after investigating broad and sweeping accusations from a failed 2018 municipal candidate. The accusations were leveled against all Councillors, the Mayor and Brampton Focus Community Media. The accusations stem from Council’s unanimous decision in July 2019 to fund a pilot of the Neighbourhood Watch Brampton program for up to $150,000.

The 225-page report is available on the city website (20Mbyte download).

Council is scheduled to receive and discuss the report at the City Council meeting on March 11, 2020.

Neighbourhood Watch Brampton is a program that was started by Brampton Focus Community Media after a public delegation to City Council in January 2017. Brampton Focus Community Media will respond to the report after it is discussed on March 11th by City Council.