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.
Ontario’s municipalities will receive up to $1.6 billion in emergency funding, and Brampton is eligible for $34.9 million.
Ontario investing $900M in hiring more staff and supports, air ventilation in schools, and technology access for students.
Peel District School Board students will be heading back in school this fall, with Premier Ford announcing plans to have students in classrooms with safety measures in place.
The tents were generously provided and installed by GlobalMedic, a Canadian charity program that provides disaster-relief services.
Brampton will be entering Stage 3 tomorrow, joining the rest of Ontario in the province’s reopening framework. Concerns from the OMA and residents have been raised about Brampton’s readiness for Stage 3.
Osler is recognized for completing 100,000 COVID-19 tests across their sites.
Premier Doug Ford was in Brampton today with Education Minister Stephen Lecce to announce the provincial government’s commitment to funding to build 2 schools in Brampton.
Councillor Dhillon opposes the opening of a new cannabis shop at 65 Braydon Boulevard, saying that “we must protect our neighbourhoods and children from drugs.”
“I support Peel Region moving into Stage 3 sooner rather than later”, Dr. Loh said.