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City of Brampton supports Rogers proposed $100M investment in and relocation to downtown

BRAMPTON, ON (January 27, 2022) – At its meeting yesterday, Brampton City Council approved a recommendation to support Rogers Communications’ relocation to Downtown Brampton.

Through the proposed new development, 3,000 employees would relocate to a 200,000 square foot space in the downtown. The new campus would consist of mixed office and retail space, with room for additional offices to be added in phases.

This strategic new location and investment will help spur a vibrant transit-oriented community and situate the new Rogers Brampton office at the centre of Canada’s Innovation Corridor, broadening both Rogers and Brampton’s access to talent. Additionally, the relocation of the Cybersecurity unit from the Rogers Brampton Campus to the Innovation District will bolster and strengthen the city’s position as a national leader in Cybersecurity.

“I am absolutely thrilled to welcome this proposed relocation of Rogers to downtown Brampton, which builds on the exciting transformation underway and recent investments the City has made. We are committed to ensuring Brampton remains a welcoming home to our businesses, and our Council and staff are working closely with all of our partners to support this new development. A new Rogers site in the city’s core will further strengthen our position on Canada’s Innovation Corridor and as a national leader in Cybersecurity, and I look forward to the exciting next steps!”
- Patrick Brown, Mayor, City of Brampton

“The City is making great strides in its efforts to transform Downtown Brampton, with a vision focused on attracting people, post-secondary uses and innovation and technology. Through a new Rogers Communications office development and the relocation of 3,000 employees, this campus will serve the long-term revitalization and economic success of the downtown. We look forward to continued planning on this exciting project and enhancing the city’s core for our residents, businesses and local stakeholders.”
- Paul Vicente, Regional Councillor, Wards 1&5; Chair, Public Works and Engineering, City of Brampton

“This proposed relocation by Rogers is a testament to the transformative work underway and strategic investments in our City’s downtown. Through supporting this new mixed-use development, we are creating greater, long-term opportunities for our residents and business community. I am pleased to support this development, which will help create a vibrant and resilient downtown for our city.”
- Martin Medeiros, Regional Councillor, Wards 3 & 4,  Chair, Economic Development,, City of Brampton

“Through strategic investments and planning, we are signaling to our partners and our business community that we are serious about driving smart, sustainable and successful growth. We are so pleased Rogers recognizes this and is looking to join the transformative work underway in our downtown. Through this new development, we will be creating jobs, supporting our economic recovery and growth, and improving quality of life for the residents of Brampton.”
- David Barrick, Chief Administrative Officer, City of Brampton


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