Peel Police Seize Record 71 Firearms and $1M in Drugs

Since Sept 2023 Peel Regional Police has been investigating a group trafficking illegal firearms from the United States and distributing them across the Greater Toronto Area. The investigation has resulted in the largest seizure of illegal firearms in the service’s history. Ten individuals have been arrested and charged with 185 Criminal Code Offences. Over 70 illegal firearms, large amounts of ammunition, and illicit narcotics have been seized as part of the investigation.

Bike The Creek Celebrates 10 Years

Bike The Creek is Celebrating 10 Years on Saturday June 8, 2024. This year’s even promises to be bigger and better than ever. Please Register.

Mayor Brown Meets with Prime Minister Trudeau

Today, I met with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to actively pursue solutions for two important issues
for the people of Brampton: combating auto thefts and advancing the construction of the Light Rail
Transit (LRT) into Downtown Brampton. We reaffirmed our commitment to a continued partnership between the Government of Canada and
the City of Brampton, focusing on tangible solutions to our pressing challenges.

State of the City 2024

Great opportunity to welcome the new incoming CEO Jaipaul Massey-Singh and connect with Brampton’s business community.

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.