Passengers aboard several early-August flights to Pearson test positive for COVID-19
Skies will be clear in Brampton for optimal Perseid meteor shower viewing
Vehicle rolls over on Brampton intersection
Face-coverings required in common areas of condos and apartment buildings in Brampton
A new skate park is coming soon to Brampton
Houses in Brampton significantly more expensive than they were just one year ago
Houses in Brampton have been costly for quite some time and not even a global pandemic and economic shutdown can dampen the red-hot market.
City Council approves plan for Brampton’s last undeveloped area
Brampton City Council has endorsed the concept plan for Brampton's last undeveloped area: Heritage Heights.
Feds pledge $276 million for affordable housing in Brampton
The nature of the pandemic has made it important for Canadians to have access to their own space in order to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Rental prices down only 1 per cent in Brampton
Although rental rates in Brampton held strong at the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic and associated lockdown, a new report suggests that prices are down about 1 per cent year-over-year.&nbs
Many millennials unfamiliar with the process for buying a house in Brampton
According to a recent study, many millennial homebuyers don't meet with more than one real estate agent before hiring them.
Q2 condo sales down 50 per cent from last year, but prices are up: TRREB
TORONTO -- The Toronto Regional Real Estate Board says condominium apartment sales in the region have fallen by half since last year, but the average selling price is up.
Here's What You Need To Know About Insurance In Brampton
Are you unsure of what your insurance covers in Brampton? If you are, you’re not alone!
Take commercial landlords ‘out of the equation’ for rent relief, says CFIB
TORONTO -- A lobby group says landlords need to be taken "out of the equation" of the government's small business rent relief plan as another month's rent comes due.
Province introduces new Bill to protect tenants
The Province has announced it is taking steps to assist tenants by increasing fines for unlawful evictions.
Mortgage defaults after COVID-19 could look different than 2008, says economist
TORONTO -- A Bank of Canada economist says the current economic recovery could be different than the recovery from the financial crisis of 2008.
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