In light of the long-overdue dismissal of Canada’s favourite bigoted hockey personality—who, whi
Canadian ice hockey commentator Don Cherry is in hot water after making a controversial statement about immigrants on the sports program Hockey Night in Canada.
Now that Halloween is over, and, unlike our neighbours to the South, we celebrate Thanksgiving in October, many people have set their sights on Christmas.
The market is booming in Brampton (and Toronto and the GTA overall), but the attractiveness of the region is offset by the persistent lack of housing inventory and the continued supply and demand i
For many years, homelessness and poverty were thought to be urban issues that affected people outside of cozy bedroom communities, but with the Region of Peel (which is comprised of Brampton, Missi
The proposal by Brampton councillor Gurpreet Dhillon to rename a section of Peter Robertson Boule
The City of Mississauga has expressed disappointment (and Brampton is breathing a sigh of relief) following the province's decision to keep the Region of Peel intact. 
In news that will please some and go over like a lead balloon with others, it appears that an Ontario Liberal leadership candidate is pledging to do something that many politicians have been afraid
In a news conference this evening, it has been announced that the education strike will not be proceeding on Monday, October 7.
It’s been a few days since the The Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) announced its plans to strike this week, and if the province doesn’t come to an agreement with the union, that stri