Successful second annual Hockey Night in Brampton

Hockey Night in Brampton 2023 raised a record breaking $1,000,000 for William Osler Health System Foundation and $100,000 for John Tavares Foundation, making it one of the largest charity hockey games in Canada!

Brampton Canadettes Locker-Room Reveal

On Sunday, August 13, the Brampton Canadettes Junior hockey team unveiled their new dressing room and upgraded facilities that were made possible by a grant received from the City of Brampton to honour the team’s 60th anniversary and recognize their contribution to local youth development through sport. Youth sports are an integral part of Brampton’s […]

Urgent Action Required to Address Peel Region’s Housing Crisis

Brampton wants to build. We want to build more and better housing for its residents. But red tape – and some NIMBY special political interests in Mississauga – stand in the way. We need the Ford government’s help to unlock the full potential for Brampton, for Mississauga and Caledon.

Peel Region’s Exceptional Employees and the Challenges Ahead

Peel Region faces significant infrastructure challenges, with an $11.1 billion shortfall in servicing. This affects housing and economic development projects. We must commitment to collaboration and finding solutions as we prepare for dissolution.

Gurbax Singh Malhi Awarded Key to the City of Brampton

Gurbax Singh Malhi, the former MP for Bramalea-Gore-Malton and the first turban wearing Sikh in the western hemisphere to be elected into a national legislature been awarded a ceremonial Key to the City of Brampton in recognition for his outstanding contribution to Brampton and Canada. 

Henoc Muamba Visit

I was honoured to have Henoc Muamba visit Brampton City Hall today. He moved to Brampton 5 years ago and loves our City. He won the Grey Cup with the Argonauts and was name the game’s MVP. Henoc previously he played in the NFL with the Indianapolis Colts. He is a great role model to have in our City.

E-Scooter Pilot Program launches in Brampton

The implementation phase of a 2-year e-scooter pilot program is underway. In June, 2021, the City of Brampton’s Committee of Council provided direction to enact the necessary by-laws to permit and regulate the use of e-scooters in the City and direction to develop a pilot program to assess the uptake and impact of an e-scooter shared system in the City for Council’s consideration and approval.

Premier Ford: We want doctors from Brampton, trained in Brampton, serving the people of Brampton

Ontario Premier Doug Ford announces the Brampton Medical School as part of the government’s expansion of medical education in Ontario. The largest expansion of the Province’s medical school system in more than ten years. In total, 60 undergraduate seats and 295 post-graduate positions are being added at medical schools across the province, including 80 undergraduate seats and 95 post-graduate positions here at the TMU School of Medicine in Brampton.