When it comes to adequately funding our police officers, you would find very few people going against that idea especially in light of recent concerns over public safety in Brampton.
It looks like a major highway project that was scrapped by the previous Liberal government i
The Public Health Agency of Canada is warning Ontario and Quebec residents to avoid certain types of lettuce following an e. Coli outbreak.
Grab a blanket, some hand warmers, a warm drink, and anything else you may need, because cold temperatures are coming to Brampton.
When it comes to adequately funding our police officers, you would find very few people going against that idea especially in light of recent concerns over public safety in Brampton.
It looks like a major highway project that was scrapped by the previous Liberal government i
The Public Health Agency of Canada is warning Ontario and Quebec residents to avoid certain types of lettuce following an e. Coli outbreak.
Grab a blanket, some hand warmers, a warm drink, and anything else you may need, because cold temperatures are coming to Brampton.
Here are the 5 hottest restaurants in Brampton for the week of November 5 to November 9, based on the amount of organic page views and searches these restaurants received on inbrampton.com.
Everyone loves a nice sweet treat every once and awhile… or maybe it’s just me.
Here are the 5 hottest restaurants in Brampton for the week of October 29 to November 2, based on the amount of organic page views and searches these restaurants received on inbrampton.com.
Missing a little crunch in your life? It happens to us all, but it's not something a well battered onion ring can't help with.
You might not believe it, but Brampton’s has had quite the nightlife scene over the years. Whether it was catching your local high school indie band or jamming out to the some hip hop and reggae, the city proved that you didn’t need to go all the way to downtown Toronto to have some fun.
With Brampton’s population growth and all of the developments that are coming here, it’s no surprise that new high-rises are on their way to support our city.
Canadians know distracted driving is a big risk factor on the road.
The Building Industry and Land Development Association (BILD) and the Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB) have come together to shed light on voters’ priorities in the upcoming municipal elections.
Second Cup is something of a Canadian success story—or at least a story about innovation.
Everyone loves a nice sweet treat every once and awhile… or maybe it’s just me.
If you love a good Slurpee and wearing things backwards then you're in luck.Soon you'll be able to get a free Slurpee for doing exactly that.
There is no battle more serious and important than the battle between two cities vying to be recognized as the best place to go for exceptional onion rings.
Who doesn't love experiencing a little slice of Jamaica once in awhile, especially living in a cold country like Canada.
Sandwiches have been around for ages; it's a reliable staple food that is a reliable alternative if you're not in the mood for greasy burgers from the "clown" or the "king" (McDonalds and Burger Ki
Who doesn’t love ice cream?Then Brampton has some deliciously good news for you.
If you’re really into shopping but occasionally shun the big name brands in favour of something a little more niche, then downtown Brampton may have a new store that’s right for you.
You might not think a typical suburb that happens to be Canada’s ninth largest city would be a destination for directors to shoot their next big budget picture.
When one talks about the crossover between cultures, it sometimes get sensitive, espeically these days when there’s talk about cultural appropriation. 
We live in a time when information is literally at our fingertips with just the push of a button or the click of a mouse.
A wise man once said that the best way to spread Christmas cheer is to sing loud for all to hear. That wise man was Buddy the Elf and he may have been on to something.
From wild turkey chases to people driving their cars backwards in the wrong lanes, anything is possible in Brampton.
In Brampton, anything is possible—even being chased by a large wild(?) turkey. 
You know that “if I fits, I sits” meme that only applies to cats attempting to squeeze themselves into egg cartons and tiny Chinese takeout containers?
Recently, we found out that Brampton continues to boast the highest car insurance rates in Ontario.
Here’s how the Canada Post strike stole, or could steal, Christmas.The possibility of the Canada Post strike affecting the holiday season may become a reality.
People from all over the GTA can now head over to nearby Hamilton to benefit from McMaster University's Data Analytics Continuing Education prog
It's that time of year again!
McDonalds Canada is ready for the holiday season.This year, McDonald’s and McCafe Canada have everything customers need to get into the holiday spirit.
While cannabis has been legal throughout Canada since Oct. 17, it's not yet clear what kind of affect the newly legalized substance will have on the country's real estate and rental market.
While almost everyone knows housing is expensive—home prices have been headline news in Toronto and GTA publications for years now—not everyone knows exactly how much they need to earn to afford
The price to buy or rent a home, condo, or apartment, always seems to be increasing.
The real estate market is very volatile right now, whether in Brampton or elsewhere across the GTA.
The city of Brampton has plans to sell its iconic—but currently unoccupied—Heritage Theatre. Here’s a walk through its incredible history!
Brampton has a ton of public art installations, from the Urban Bouquet on George Street, to the Ghost Train in Mount
You might not believe it, but Brampton’s has had quite the nightlife scene over the years. Whether it was catching your local high school indie band or jamming out to the some hip hop and reggae, the city proved that you didn’t need to go all the way to downtown Toronto to have some fun.
Chinguacousy Township was first surveyed in 1819, settled by immigrants from Brampton, Cumberland, North England.