After months of outrage over controversial changes to the Ontario Autism Program (OAP), the Doug Ford government—which faced extreme resistance from parents and advocates throughout the province—
There's going to be some significant additions coming to GO train lines in Brampton.
Late last year, a former agency manager for Allstate in Milton was terminate
Metrolinx has asked Brampton City Council to demolish four historic homes to allow for the redevelopment of the Go/VIA Station's Brampton South Lot into a temporary paved parking lot, with plans fo
A war of words is brewing over health care services between Ontario and the federal government…just in time as the federal election rolls around the corner. 
If you think you heard every crazy job there is, you might want to add this to your list!
Many people have been calling for some kind of repercussions on those who call the 911 emergency line to complain about the Amber Alert system...and someone has finally put it down in writing.
On June 15, Mayor Patrick Brown and members of the City Council announced the launch of the #FairDealForBrampton campaign, aimed at getting more funding for Brampton's healthcare.
The Region of Peel, which consists of Mississauga, Brampton and Caledon, is doing its part to help resettle refugees who can no longer stay in temporary accommodations in Toronto. 
William Osler Health System's Urgent Care Centre at Peel Memorial is a convenient way to get help from a doctor.