Brampton Celebrates Diwali

Brampton celebrated Diwali with the first ever city hosted Diwali Mela at Sesquicentennial Park. Over 10,000 residents attended.

World of Jazz 2023 Reaches All Ages

More than 100 artists performed in Gage Park and throughout Downtown Brampton for the 7th Annual @WorldOfJazzFest. Proudly sponsored by the @CityBrampton, this event brought thousands of residents and visitors together to showcase how jazz music unites and connects community.

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. 

Peel Police Auto-Theft Unit Doubles

Mayor Brown says that doubling the number of Police Officers in the Auto-Theft Unit shows our local commitment to solving a national problem with other levels of government, the CBSA and auto manufacturers.

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.

Mohamed Lachemi: New medical school will strengthen the health care system in Brampton

TMU President Mohamed Lachemi says that Brampton’s new medical school will strengthen the health care system in Brampton in many ways, not least of which is the development of a network of integrated health centers that will both hire and train doctors and other health care professionals to offer medical care directly to between 20,000 to 50,000 Brampton Residents, who currently don’t have access to health care.

Mayor Brown: Medical school and hospital are game changers for Brampton

Mayor Brown says that the new Brampton Medical School at Bramalea Civic Centre and the new second hospital at Peel Memorial are game changers for the city and are beyond our wildest imagination just a few years ago. Listen to his remarks at the media event on Jan 27th with Premier Ford and Mohamed Lachemi.