Four levels of government have responsibilities for providing services in the City of Brampton.
Each of them is allowed to use specific types of taxation, fees and charges to raise money to pay for those services. For example, property taxes on residents and local businesses are the primary source of funding for local government services. 'User fees' or other 'non-tax revenue' such as parking fines are other ways local governments can generate revenue. The provincial government provides some funding also.
Refer to the table below for the services provided by each level of government and how to
- Ambulance services
- Housing services
- Police services
- Public health
- Regional roads
- Social services
- Waste collection and recycling
- Water treatment and supply
- Waste water collection and treatment
is a free telephone information and referral service to link residents to non-emergency community, health, social and government services. It is available in many languages, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Canada is made up of 13 provinces and territories.