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.
Brampton is expected to see a packaged schedule for the city’s New Year’s Eve celebrations as we say goo
Brampton has an incredibly rich history — Chinguacousy Township was first surveyed in 1819, settled by immigrants from Brampton, Cumberland, North England.
Brampton may be a big city that is rapidly increasing in population, but that doesn't mean it doesn't have some 'old school' charms that are to be enjoyed.
When it comes to building the next Brampton, many people think about the Hurontario LRT (or what could have been) running from Mississauga all the way to Brampton's downtown before that plan was ax
While WWI took place long before modern day Brampton and Mississauga became the cities they are today, Peel-area newspapers covered the event and its much-anticipated ending.