Brampton Sports Hall of Fame Committee

Note: On November 16, 2022, City Council approved a Resolution to extend the appointed citizen membership of the current Brampton Sports Hall of Fame Committee to the end of June 2023 to provide continuity through to the conclusion of the 2023 Sports Hall of Fame induction event.  Councillors Gurpartap Singh Toor and Rod Power were also confirmed as the appointed Members of Council liaison.


1. The City of Brampton Sports Hall of Fame was founded in 1979 to recognize and honour the names and deeds of those who have brought fame to the City of Brampton and to themselves through their athletic prowess or contributions to sport.

2. The Sports Hall of Fame exists in order to honour the history of sport in the City of Brampton and in particular those persons who have made outstanding contributions and achievements in the development of sport within the community.

3. The Sports Hall of Fame will collect, preserve, research, exhibit and promote all those objects, images and histories which are determined to be significant to the development of sport in the City of Brampton.

4. The Sports Hall of Fame operates as a non-profit organization.


Up to 12 members at large
One Curator of the Sports Hall of Fame
Committee Members​:
Parvez Chowdhury
Beth Cooper
Norman Da Costa
Patty Grassam
Frank Juzenas
Glenn Mcclelland
Glenn McIntyre
Nicholas Moreau
Ziggy Musial
Sukhi Nijjar
Ron Noonan
Hernek Rai
Ephraim Sampson
Councillor Gurpartap Singh Toor
Councillor Rod Power

Term of Office:

Concurrent with the term of Council, ending November 14, 2022, or until successors are appointed

Established By:

Council Resolution C231-2005 (September 26, 2005)

Amended by Committee recommendation CW307-2011


First Thursday of every month at 7 pm

Reports to:

Committee of Council

Supported By:

Community Services Department (subject matter expertise)

City Clerk's Office (meeting management)