International Women's Day is a day to celebrate women and their achievements.
Locally-grown businesses are at the heart of an entrepreneurial drive, and one Brampton businesswoman has made it to broadcast television for her innovation.
A Sheridan College graduate has every reason to celebrate after winning an Oscar at the Academy Awards on Sunday evening.
As we head closer to the end of February and Black History Month, let's take a look back at some fascinating history involving a prominent leader in the black community.
Brampton is not short on celebrities who started here and then made big names for themselves. Russell Peters, Michael Cera, Alessia Cara come to mind.
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.
The Oscars are quickly coming up.And this year, the 91st year of the Academy Awards, multiple Sheridan College graduates have been nominated according to a recent press release.
A local Brampton woman has written a book about Brampton, which takes place during the city's early 20th century.
If you're a fan of contemporary literature, especially hearing from an author in person, then this upcoming event may be for you.
Several months ago inbrampton.com reported on a new swath of affordable housing coming to Brampton.