It's not because our city blooms like a flower, it's not because we're fragrant, and it's not just a random title one of our mayors gave us.
While almost all sporting events are exciting in their own way, there's something particularly special (pardon the unintended pun) about the Special Olympics, an acclaimed celebration of athletes with intellectual disabilities. This year, for the first time ever, the games are being sponsored by Peel Regional Police and they're set to run from July 13-16.
Brampton is one of Canada's most culturally diverse cities, and we host a multitude of events. For that reason, it's only fitting that the first and only literary festival in Canada that focuses on diverse authors and stories is coming back to Brampton next month.
The weather is finally warming up which means it is time to break out of winter hibernation and head outside to have fun, try new experiences, and pursue your passions. Meetup.com is the perfect place to look for a new activity to try out for the first time or to gather with others that share your passion. Want to learn how to knit?
Events are taking place across Brampton's downtown core for Ontario's Sikh Heritage Month from April 1-April 29.
Brampton-raised poet and artist, Rupi Kaur will be taking centre stage at the Rose Theatre on Saturday April 15 as part of Sikh Heritage Month.
Shoppers who love scoring incredible brand name clothes, shoes, and accessories for less (way less—up to 80 per cent off) are in luck—Styledemocracy’s annual Nordstrom Warehouse Sale is slated to take over Mississauga’s International Centre in April.
Who is the self-proclaimed Andy Warhol of Canada, you ask? He is Toronto's own contemporary artist, Charles Pachter.
If there’s one thing Brampton has in spades, it’s incredible talent.
A few weeks ago, a Brampton native who is well-versed in the city’s arts scene told us that Brampton would make a great home for the Scotiabank Contact Photography Festival. The festival showcases an engaging range of photo-based works by both Canadian and international artists and its presence in the city -- even if temporary -- would make Brampton a destination and hot spot for acclaimed and up and coming members of the arts community.