History is fascinating and so is the city you live in!
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
Modern day winters in Brampton can be as beautiful as they are challenging.
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.
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.
There has been documented controversies and tense situations occurring at the local level pertaining to publicly funded education.
Most historic places have stories and urban legends, and the Peel Art Gallery, Museum and Archives (PAMA) in downtown Brampton is no exception. 
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.
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.