Who says travel can't be cheap? If you've ever wanted to see more of Canada while not spending an arm and a leg, you might be interested to hear that you can most certainly do so.
The resume has been triple-checked for typos, a fresh navy blazer is hanging in the closet  at your home in Brampton, and you’re ready to impress your new boss.
Brampton’s canal-shaped skating trail at Chinguacousy Park is being turned into a splash pad for summer.
You can see shots of our very own Brampton in this action- and celebrity-packed short.
Although video games have evolved immensely to become increasingly more innovative (and perhaps even complex), there's a large contingent of gamers who still cherish a bygone era of slightly more p
The confetti came down for the Raptors 905 first D-League championship in the team history.
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?