Santa said that he received a letter from Dr. Lawrence Loh, the Medical Officer of Health for Peel Region asking him and his elves to stay in the North Pole this year.
The Peel District School Board has provided a new update about the re-opening of schools in September, including a potential delay in the start of classes.
There was the outline of a bicycle wheel that Bill had spotted on a previous trip. He pried, shook and eventually pulled out an entire bicylce from the mud below the water.
The City of Brampton has released information about their plan for BramptonU, a standalone university focused on cultivating talent and employability.
Ontario’s municipalities will receive up to $1.6 billion in emergency funding, and Brampton is eligible for $34.9 million.
The mosquitos infected with West Nile Virus were collected from Hurontario Street and Highway 407, the Gore Road and Cottrelle Boulevard, and North Park Drive and Torbram Road.
Ontario investing $900M in hiring more staff and supports, air ventilation in schools, and technology access for students.
Peel Police issued 154 tickets for improper mufflers and 150 tickets for unnecessary noise on vehicles as part of “Project Noisemaker”.
SPARK hosted a virtual 36-hour hackathon with over 150 participants.
On July 30th, the City of Brampton initiated a new curbside pickup initiative to help local businesses and residents. Many implementations are in accordance to reduce COVID19, so their offering will be online, then curbside pickup and delivery.