Brampton is a city that is constantly developing from housing to industrial to small business. It was once known as the “Flower Town of Canada” because of it’s greenhouse industry. Brampton provides many working opportunities and rich cultural. Since the 1950’s has experience a great increase in immigration leading to development and the birth of it’s multi-cultural community. It’s largest ethnic groups come from Asian, European, and Latin American countries. Brampton is a great place to settle when migrating from other countries. It is becoming a big city that continues to grow and may be the home of a mega-mall which may create 4,600 jobs. It is also a great city to raise your family, work, or just having fun.
Brampton is situated close to major highways such as the 410 which is used to get to the 401 to Toronto. Brampton starts southeasterly Hurontario St. northwesterly Steeles Ave. E, northeasterly Kennedy Rd. S., northwesterly Kennedy Rd. N. to Vodden St. E outhwesterly along said street to Main Street North; thence northwesterly along said street to Bovaird Drive East; thence northeasterly along said drive to Highway No. 410; thence southeasterly along said highway to Williams Parkway East; thence northeasterly along said parkway to Torbram Road
Brampton has a lot to offer, below are a few places you might want to check out:
Brampton also has many beautiful parks, including Professor’s Lake which offers a beach, sailing, and fishing.
Brampton has a lot of Public, Catholic, Private, and Postsecondary school options.