The Government of Ontario announced a provincewide shutdown effective April 3, 2021, which will remain in effect for Ontario including the Region of Peel for at least four weeks. For information on safety measures please visit: Government of Ontario announces provincewide shutdown in effect April 3
On Thursday April 8th at 6:30pm Mayor Brown, my downtown area councillor colleagues and I will be hosting a Downtown Brampton Tele Town Hall and will be providing an update and overview of several projects and investments affecting downtown. Please register to join at www.brampton.ca/engage.
I will also be hosting a virtual Town Hall on Tuesday April 13th at 7pm, that will discuss how the Region of Peel is supporting our communities’ most vulnerable, information on housing support and our housing and homelessness strategy will be provided. Please register at https://bit.ly/3lR7AfT to join.
At the March 30th Committee of Council meeting, I presented a motion that was passed unanimously, directing The City of Brampton to begin discussions with Metrolinx regarding the future of our Downtown Brampton Transit Hub, and explore the potential electrification of their respective bus fleets. Through electrification, the City of Brampton can leverage the benefits of electric bus technology resulting in reductions in air and noise pollution within our community. Along with environmental benefits, by partnering with Metrolinx we can build a more efficient and cost-effective transit system, through the use of shared infrastructure and technologies.
Below you will find information on the vaccine priority groups and clinic locations, however as the information is updated frequently I encourage you to visit peelregion.ca and follow @regionofpeel on social media for news on COVID-19 and vaccine availability. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Peel Public Health’s COVID-19 call centre at 905-799-7700 or my office at 905-874-2634 or email@example.com