Our Nurturing Neighbourhoods Program encourages residents to have meaningful conversations with the City – about what's awesome, and what needs to change. The walks are happening throughout the City, at various times and dates, from now through October. Everyone is welcome to join – whether you live in the neighbourhood or would like to learn more about the area.
Youth are invited to get a tour of City Hall to learn about the City of Brampton and how municipal government works.
How do you feel about the City having lesser money to spend on parklands, recreation centres, libraries? That’s what the Ontario government’s Bill 108 will do to Brampton. It will limit the City’s decision-making process when it comes to how we plan and develop our community. Bottom line is that this bill is good for developers and bad for taxpayers. Learn more and voice your concerns to your MPP.
#FairDealForBrampton healthcare advocacy campaign
We need a #FairDealForBrampton healthcare. Healthcare in Brampton is chronically underfunded, especially in comparison with the rest of Ontario, and we’re asking the Province to deliver on immediate funding and expanded facilities for Brampton. The campaign runs until fall 2019, when we’ll be taking busloads of residents and armloads of petitions to Queen’s Park to demand action. You can help. Sign the petition, be a voice at Queen’s Park and share your story. Visit www.FairDealForBrampton.ca
for full details. We also need committed volunteers who are passionate about healthcare to help run our campaign and make a difference in the community. It’s a great way to get in your high school volunteer hours and support an important issue for Brampton. If you’re interested in getting involved, visit www.FairDealForBrampton.ca
or email FairDealForBrampton@brampton.ca
to reserve your free seat for October 9 Town Hall, 7 pm at Rose Theatre when we ask local candidates how they will support our transit, community safety, climate change and innovation-driven economic development? Cannot attend? Send us your questions
and we’ll ask them.