Brampton is one of the youngest and most diverse cities in Canada – a mosaic made up of 234 cultures and115 different languages. The City of Brampton is committed to apply an equity lens throughout the broader organization to create an environment of equity, inclusion, diversity and anti-racism within the corporation of the City of Brampton and in the community. We will also initiate and continue to engage with ongoing efforts to promote the City of Brampton’s values and Terms of Council Priorities- Brampton is a Mosaic and People are at the heart of everything we do.
The City of Brampton is committed to eradicating systemic Anti-Black racism in Brampton in collaboration with internal stakeholders and local community stakeholders and to uplift the social, cultural and economic position of Brampton's Black community.
Brampton Arts Walk of Fame induction ceremony will take place at 8 pm on Sunday, July 31 in Garden Square at JAMBANA: One World Festival, which celebrates the sights, sounds and tastes of Canada’s diversity.
Pope Francis landed in Canada on July 24 as part of a week-long trip to advance reconciliation and healing between the Roman Catholic Church and the Indigenous communities who suffered from years of abuse in the residential and day school systems. the apology is a part of the Truth and Reconciliation commitment, #58.
The Canadian Race Relations Foundation (CRRF) seeks to support organizations to combat racism, promote events and education, and build a more anti-racist society.
City to implement recommendations following independent external third-party review on anti-Black racism