Recently, news broke that the city of Brampton has plans to sell its iconic—but currently unoccupied—Heritage Theatre.
Shopper's World, Brampton's somewhat “historical” mall, has been getting a lot of press lately.
What's love got to do with it? With Valentine's Day fast approaching, you might be thinking about ideas of love and romance (positively or negatively), more than usual.
While most people know Brampton has a storied history—it houses a legendary jail, after all—not everyone knows it once had its very own radio station.
Alderlea, the restored 19th century mansion, is considered the most significant heritage building in Brampton and for good reason—it's truly one of a kind.
Until the 1960s, the Region of Peel was composed of a variety of small jurisdictions, both rural townships and incorporated villages.
The Peel County Historic Courthouse sits on the land of the original Peel Fairgrounds. Designed by Toronto-based architect William Kauffmann, the courthouse served the county for over 100 years.
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.
Modern day winters in Brampton can be as beautiful as they are challenging.
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