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Service and Information Update

Virtual information sessions for residents affected by Churchville area flood


​BRAMPTON, ON (April 25, 2022) – In response to the flood event in the Churchville area in February, the Ontario government has activated the Disaster Recovery Assistance for Ontarians (DRAO) program to support Brampton residents and families who have been impacted by this natural disaster. The Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing will be presenting a virtual webinar about the DRAO program to provide more information to residents on how to apply for the program.

Join the session virtually or in-person to learn about program eligibility, how to apply, and have the opportunity to ask questions. Residents who are unable to attend can request the materials for review afterwards.

Attend a webinar session virtually
Dates/Times: Tuesday, April 26 or Thursday, April 28, 6:30 to 8 pm
Location: Virtual. Click here to register to attend.

Attend a City of Brampton facility to view the webinar
If you are unable to login to the webinar from home, the City of Brampton will display the webinar live for public viewing.
Date/Time: Thursday, April 28, 6:30 to 8 pm
Location: Susan Fennell Sportsplex, Room 4 (upstairs)

Receive the presentation material and recording of the session after the event
If you are unable to attend the live sessions, the Ministry will provide a copy of the presentation material and recording of the webinar afterwards. If you wish to receive the materials by email or submit any questions, please contact disasterassistance@ontario.ca or call 1.877.822.0116. Additional information on eligibility, coverage, an area map and guidelines can be found at ontario.ca/disasterassistance

For additional questions and information, please contact the Brampton Emergency Management Office at bemo@brampton.ca, at brampton.ca/prepared and follow them on Twitter @BEMOprepared.





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