November 2019
WTF: We The Future
A symposium and social event for youth.
You’re the future of Brampton!
 
If you’re aged 14 to 29, come out to WTF: We The Future on Saturday, November 16.
 
Be inspired during the daytime symposium filled with impactful info sessions and a youth-oriented community fair.
 
After the symposium, join us for the evening social event, which will include:
  • up and coming comedian Richard Brown as the Emcee
  • hear from youth advocates: Michael “Pinball” Clemons, Jamil Jivani, and Orlando Bowen
  • live performance by A New DAEI dance troupe
  • a celebration of youth achievements
  • and much more!
 
Complete event details and registration information is available online at Brampton.ca/youth
 
Follow the conversation on social media using #BramptonYouth. [ more... ]
Remembrance Day 
Our heartfelt appreciation goes out to all veterans and individuals who have served to protect our freedoms. See a full list of parades and services. [ more... ]

Winter Lights Festival
Celebrate the holiday season at the Winter Lights Festival, November 15-16 in downtown Brampton! Enjoy free activities and entertainment at the Tree Lighting, celebrate the 25 th anniversary of Canada’s largest night-time Santa Claus Parade, and shop for unique gifts at the Christmas Market. [ more... ]

Clearing the way
It’s hard to believe winter is almost here. Our crews are getting ready – are you? Visit our website to stay in the know when it snows. It’s got all the info you need, including snow clearing status updates.  [ more... ]
Great Things Are Happening
Get your game on!
eSports gamers ages 11-14 are invited to compete for the NBA 2K20 title. Learn more.  [ more... ]

Bill Davis receives the Key to the City
Mayor Patrick Brown will present the Key to the City of Brampton to former Premier Bill Davis on Monday, November 25. Reserve your free tickets today. [ more... ]  

Cricket in Brampton 
Brampton is leading the way with the most cricket fields per capita in Ontario and Canada! Check out the latest cricket upgrades at Teramoto Park, 407/Dixie, and Gore Meadows.  [ more... ]  
Don't Forget
Train Schedule Changes
Brampton Transit’s October Service Improvements began October 28. Several schedules have been adjusted to improve connections with GO Train service at all GO Stations across Brampton.  [ more… ]

Carbon Monoxide Awareness Week: Nov 1 - 7
Worry-free moments are made possible by installing working carbon monoxide alarms beside all sleeping areas. Test your CO alarm today! [ more... ]

What you need to know about vehicle collisions
If you are involved in a vehicle collision or if your vehicle breaks down, be informed and know your rights. Tow trucks are licensed by the City with strict standards for safety. [ more... ]
Upcoming Public Meetings
November 4
Governance and Council Operations Committee
9:30 am – 11:30 am

Planning & Development Committee
7 pm – 10:30 pm

November 5
Citizen Appointments Committee
1 pm – 3 pm 

November 7
Brampton School Traffic Safety Council
9:30 am – 11:30 am

Sports Hall of Fame Committee
7 pm – 8 pm


*Schedules subject to change
Remembrance Day Closure
City offices will be closed Monday, November 11. Participants at  recreation and community centres   should call ahead or visit online for information regarding holiday hours of operation.  
 

 
As part of its commitment to being an open and accessible government, the City of Brampton encourages public participation in its decision-making process. For a full schedule of this month's public meetings, visit our website. [more...] 
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