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.
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.
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 lot of ink has been spilled about the upcoming (and ongoing) Canada 150 art projects that are set to inject a little more vibrancy into the country's art scene, but not everyone knows that
Grab some red and white paint and elevate your cottage chair game by decorating one for Brampton's Canada 150 legacy project.
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.
Rock photographer Ethan Russell had the best seat in the house.