Are you interested in Brampton's history? How about ghosts? What about a combination of the two? Well, you're in luck!
Every city has its own unique urban legends. These stories range from creepy to downright bizarre. They all share one common theme though… are they real or fake?
If you’re only used to seeing breathtaking and beautiful castles on TV or in movies, you may be excited to learn that there are some you can actually visit right here in Canada.
Over the years, the GO train has become a primary means of transportation for many people in Brampton and beyond.
As we head closer to the end of February and Black History Month, let's take a look back at some fascinating history involving a prominent leader in the black community.
Black History Month is widely celebrated, but not everyone is aware of how prominent Black residents were in the Region of Peel (Brampton, Mississauga and Caledon) throughout history.
It's not just the City of Brampton hosting events for Black History Month.
February is Black History Month, and the City of Brampton has an interesting program lined up later this month.
There has been documented controversies and tense situations occurring at the local level pertaining to publicly funded education.
February is almost around the corner, and that means it's Black History Month.