Brampton

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nearby historical

. It is bounded by Goreway Drive to the west, Highway 50 (Highway 50 (Ontario)) to the east, Steeles Avenue to the south and Castlemore Road to the north. The name Claireville originates from a nearby historical village located in Toronto, however it is now mainly associated with the Claireville Conservation Area prominent in the region, and one of the largest natural regions in the Greater Toronto Area. Until the early 2000s the region was largely dominated by agricultural lands with small


collaborations

Steeles Avenue East (Brampton) , located within Brampton, Ontario. * Humber College Main Campus, near Highway 27 (Highway 27 (Ontario)) '''Heart Lake Secondary School''' (HLSS) is a high school in Brampton, Ontario, Canada. It is located at the corner of Conestoga Drive and Wexford Road. Heart Lake has a great bond with Robert H. Lagerquist Senior Public School, one of the feeder schools of Heart Lake, doing collaborations with school bands


including construction

) serves approximately 7,520 students. The Trafalgar Road Campus, located in Oakville, Ontario (1430 Trafalgar Road), serves 8,380 students. WikiPedia:Brampton, Ontario


life time

) class Compact (Compact car) *Bradford West Gwillimbury, Ontario T *Brampton, Ontario C *Brant, Ontario C In 1992, he was awarded the Commemorative Medal by the Canadian government for his contribution to Canadian art and was honoured to be named Arts Person of the Year (Brampton Arts Council) in his hometown of Brampton. He exhibited in London, England with the Royal Institute of Painters in Watercolours; he was a life-time member of The Arts and Letters Club of Toronto, Visual Arts Brampton and the CSPWC. *Etobicoke, S (Toronto) *Brampton, W (Claireville (Claireville, Ontario)) *Rexdale (Rexdale, Ontario),S (Toronto) layout Front engine (Front-engine design), rear-wheel drive (automobile layout) four-wheel drive assembly Kenosha, Wisconsin, United States (1980–1983) Brampton, Ontario (Brampton), Canada (1984–1988) related AMC Concord AMC Gremlin AMC Hornet AMC Spirit background group_or_band origin Brampton, Ontario, Canada genre Indie rock, post-hardcore '''Bramalea''' is a dissolved town within the current city of Brampton, Ontario, Canada. Created as an innovative "new town", Bramalea was developed as a separate community from the city. Located in the former Chinguacousy Township (Chinguacousy Township, Ontario), it was Canada's first satellite community developed by one of the country's largest real estate developers, ''Bramalea Consolidated'' (later ''Bramalea Limited''), formerly known as ''Brampton Leasing''. Etobicoke North has a station building in which passengers can wait for trains and buy tickets, and a Ticket Vending Machine for purchasing tickets quickly and easily. The station is wheelchair-accessible, and has a GO parking lot slightly to the west. It is provides an interchange between trains reaching to downtown Toronto and peak-hour GO buses for York Region, Woodbridge (Woodbridge, Ontario), Kleinburg (Kleinburg, Ontario), Nobleton (Nobleton, Ontario), and Bolton (Bolton, Ontario). There is a regular stop for GO buses travelling to and from Brampton past Humber College. image_caption address 27 31 Church Street West Brampton, Ontario coordinates WikiPedia:Brampton, Ontario


works created

Halton Hills Northwest hiding this for now, since it is a populated place, not a person; most of the entries in the category are for persons or works created by persons-- (Category:Brampton) Category:Populated places established in 1853 url http: www.nortel.com corporate global namerica canada offices.html accessdate 2009-12-10


work book

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historic community

. Kingston (Kingston, Ontario) was designated as the 25th bilingual service centre in May 2006, and French services officially came into effect in 2009. '''Snelgrove''' is an historic community in Brampton, Ontario, Canada, straddling the border between Brampton and Caledon centred on the intersection of Hurontario Street and Mayfield Road. When Hurricane Hazel struck Ontario in 1954, Snelgrove received the most rainfall of any Canadian location, with


long successful

consecutive Minto Cups from 1964 to 1967; he was chosen as most valuable player in the series in 1964 and 1967. He went on to a long, successful career in professional and senior amateur lacrosse with teams in Detroit, Syracuse, New York, Montreal, Brantford, Coquitlam, British Columbia, and Brampton, Ontario as well as with the Six Nations team. The '''Peel District School Board''' serves approximately 155,000 kindergarten to grade 12 students at more than 230 schools in the Region of Peel (municipalities of Caledon, Brampton and Mississauga). Other prominent women mayors in Canada have included June Rowlands and Barbara Hall in Toronto, True Davidson in the former Toronto suburb of East York, Frances Nunziata in York (York, Ontario), Dianne Haskett and Anne Marie DeCicco-Best in London (London, Ontario), Hazel McCallion in Mississauga, Marion Dewar and Jacquelin Holzman in Ottawa, Jan Reimer in Edmonton, Gretchen Brewin in Victoria (Victoria, British Columbia), Susan Fennell in Brampton, Jamie Lim in Timmins, Dorothy Wyatt in St. John's (St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador), Elsie Wayne in Saint John (Saint John, New Brunswick), Helen Cooper (Helen Cooper (Canadian politician)) in Kingston (Kingston, Ontario), Janice Laking in Barrie, Lorna Jackson in Vaughan (Vaughan, Ontario), Andrée Boucher in Quebec City, Dorothy Corrigan in Charlottetown, Moira Leiper Ducharme in Halifax (Halifax Urban Area), Susan Thompson in Winnipeg, Grace Hartman (Grace Hartman (politician)) and Marianne Matichuk in Sudbury (Greater Sudbury), Dusty Miller (Dusty Miller (mayor)) and Lynn Peterson in Thunder Bay, Ione Christensen, Kathy Watson (Kathy Watson (Canadian politician)) and Bev Buckway in Whitehorse (Whitehorse, Yukon), Elizabeth Kishkon in Windsor (Windsor, Ontario) and Elisapee Sheutiapik and Madeleine Redfern in Iqaluit. model_years 2006–present assembly Brampton, Ontario (Brampton), Canada class Full-size 250px thumb right Future Shop in Trinity Common Mall (Image:FutureShop-TrinityCommonMall.jpg) '''Trinity Common Mall''' (often referred to by residents as "Trinity") is a large outdoor shopping centre in the city of Brampton, Ontario, Canada. With over WikiPedia:Brampton, Ontario


time member

) class Compact (Compact car) *Bradford West Gwillimbury, Ontario T *Brampton, Ontario C *Brant, Ontario C In 1992, he was awarded the Commemorative Medal by the Canadian government for his contribution to Canadian art and was honoured to be named Arts Person of the Year (Brampton Arts Council) in his hometown of Brampton. He exhibited in London, England with the Royal Institute of Painters in Watercolours; he was a life-time member of The Arts and Letters Club of Toronto, Visual Arts Brampton and the CSPWC. *Etobicoke, S (Toronto) *Brampton, W (Claireville (Claireville, Ontario)) *Rexdale (Rexdale, Ontario),S (Toronto) layout Front engine (Front-engine design), rear-wheel drive (automobile layout) four-wheel drive assembly Kenosha, Wisconsin, United States (1980–1983) Brampton, Ontario (Brampton), Canada (1984–1988) related AMC Concord AMC Gremlin AMC Hornet AMC Spirit background group_or_band origin Brampton, Ontario, Canada genre Indie rock, post-hardcore '''Bramalea''' is a dissolved town within the current city of Brampton, Ontario, Canada. Created as an innovative "new town", Bramalea was developed as a separate community from the city. Located in the former Chinguacousy Township (Chinguacousy Township, Ontario), it was Canada's first satellite community developed by one of the country's largest real estate developers, ''Bramalea Consolidated'' (later ''Bramalea Limited''), formerly known as ''Brampton Leasing''. Etobicoke North has a station building in which passengers can wait for trains and buy tickets, and a Ticket Vending Machine for purchasing tickets quickly and easily. The station is wheelchair-accessible, and has a GO parking lot slightly to the west. It is provides an interchange between trains reaching to downtown Toronto and peak-hour GO buses for York Region, Woodbridge (Woodbridge, Ontario), Kleinburg (Kleinburg, Ontario), Nobleton (Nobleton, Ontario), and Bolton (Bolton, Ontario). There is a regular stop for GO buses travelling to and from Brampton past Humber College. image_caption address 27 31 Church Street West Brampton, Ontario coordinates WikiPedia:Brampton, Ontario


outstanding contribution

has been involved in several Brampton community organizations since moving to the city in the mid-1970s, and participated in the 1996 Team Mission trade mission to South Asia. He received a Governor General of Canada Governor General ’s 125th Commemorative Canada Medal in 1992, and was granted an Outstanding Contribution Recognition Certificate from the Premier of Ontario in 1994. http

Brampton

native_name image_skyline Brampton Dominion Building.jpg imagesize image_caption image_blank_emblem Brampton Logo.svg image_flag Flag of Brampton.svg image_shield image_map pelbrm.PNG mapsize 200px map_caption Location in the Region of Peel, in the Province of Ontario coordinates_display inline,title coordinates_region CA-ON subdivision_type Country (List of countries) subdivision_name subdivision_type1 Province (Provinces of Canada) subdivision_name1 subdivision_type2 Region (Regional municipality) subdivision_name2 Peel Region (Regional Municipality of Peel, Ontario) leader_title Mayor (List of mayors of Brampton, Ontario) leader_name Linda Jeffrey leader_title1 Governing Body leader_name1 Brampton City Council (click for members) leader_title2 MP (Canadian House of Commons)s leader_name2 title List of MPs title_style list_style 1 Eve Adams (CPC (Conservative Party of Canada)) 2 Parm Gill (CPC (Conservative Party of Canada)) 3 Bal Gosal (CPC (Conservative Party of Canada)) 4 Kyle Seeback (CPC (Conservative Party of Canada)) leader_title3 MPPs (Member of Provincial Parliament (Ontario)) leader_name3 title List of MPPs title_style list_style 1 Vic Dhillon (LIB (Ontario Liberal Party)) 2 Harinder Malhi (LIB (Ontario Liberal Party)) 3 Jagmeet Singh (NDP (Ontario New Democratic Party)) 4 Amrit Mangat (LIB (Ontario Liberal Party)) established_title Incorporation (Municipal corporation) established_date 1853 (village) established_title2   established_date2 1873 (town) established_title3   established_date3 1974 (city) area_magnitude area_footnotes Statistics Canada (#2011csd): 2012 area_total_km2 area_land_km2 266.71 area_water_km2 area_water_percent area_urban_km2 area_metro_km2 population_as_of 2011 (Canada 2011 Census) population_footnotes population_total 523,911 (Ranked 9th (List of the 100 largest municipalities in Canada by population)) population_demonym Bramptonian population_density_km2 1964.35 population_metro population_density_metro_km2 population_urban timezone EST (North American Eastern Time Zone) utc_offset −5 timezone_DST EDT (Eastern Daylight Time) utc_offset_DST −4 latd 43 latm 41 lats latNS N longd 79 longm 46 longs longEW W elevation_m 218 postal_code_type Postal code (Canadian postal code) postal_code L6P-L7A (List of L postal codes of Canada) area_code 905 289 (Area codes 905 and 289) website www.brampton.ca footnotes

'''Brampton''' ( ) is a Canadian (Canada) city in Southern (Southern Ontario) Ontario, Canada. It is a suburban city in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) and the seat of Peel Region (Regional Municipality of Peel). At the 2011 census (Canada 2011 Census), Brampton's population was 523,911.

Brampton was incorporated as a village in 1853, taking its name from the market town of Brampton (Brampton, Carlisle), in Cumbria, England. The city was once known as '''The Flower Town of Canada''', a title based on its large greenhouse industry. Today, Brampton's major economic sectors include advanced manufacturing, retail administration and logistics, information and communication technologies, food and beverage, life sciences and business services.

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