Chinguacousy Township was first surveyed in 1819, settled by immigrants from Brampton, Cumberland, North England.
Over the years, the GO train has become a primary means of transportation for many people in Brampton and beyond.
Are you a fan of odd and unique things? You might not think there's a lot to see near Brampton, but there are many oddities just outside the city.
Brampton has an incredibly rich history — Chinguacousy Township was first surveyed in 1819, settled by immigrants from Brampton, Cumberland, North England.
History is fascinating and so is the city you live in!
What sets Brampton apart from other Hometown Hockey stops? It's the young city's record of creating and supporting hockey for women and girls.
A look at some historic wedding fashions from the vaults of Peel Art Gallery, Museum and Archives (PAMA)!Here’s a look at wedding fashions through the ages in Peel Region:
Shopper's World, Brampton's somewhat “historical” mall, has been getting a lot of press lately.
One of Brampton's most interesting landmarks—a historical PAMA building that now acts as a museum—was once a decrepit and dilapidated jail that functioned as both a prison for dangerous offenders
Back to school is upon us!Checkout these historic images of schools and classes through the ages in Brampton provided by the Peel Art Gallery, Museum and Archives (PAMA).