Brampton has grown in leaps and bounds since 2000. The residential rental market maintains high demand and low vacancy rate; as a result, the rental rates have risen, too. According to statistics, the cost of living in Brampton is 9.6 per cent higher than it is in Toronto, and the financial pinch is compounded as … More Brampton rental revenues at all time high
The next municipal election is scheduled for October 22, 2018. Those wishing to run can file their nomination on ….. get this …. May 1st!!! My Birthday is going to be legend …… wait for it ….. dary!!!
The common lament is that developers aren’t building the urban landscape we want. I don’t know if that is true, I suppose it depends on your definition of “the urban landscape we want” and how you envision the City’s growth. What I do for certain, is that “Developers” are economic entities, which means their motive … More This square foot cost $17,000! The image that’ll blow your mind
One of the things that gives a city an Urban feel is public squares. Toronto has Yonge-Dundas Square, Mississauga has Yonge-Dundas Square, and Brampton has Garden Square. But why settle for just one? The corner of Lisa and Dixie has been an empty lot for years. It neighbours the city’s busiest shopping area, and is … More Where the party at?
Teamwork is a strategic decision. – Patrick Lencioni It’s time to make a new choice, to hit Reset. No, I am not wishing for an early municipal election. That’s not teamwork, that’s giving up. There is no “I” in “Team” – author unknown As much as I myself have taken the bait, the time spent … More Reset!
Councillor Gurpreet Dhillon is in the news, ironically, for slamming his fellow councillors over their performance at a recent meeting with a government minister (I assume he was also at the meeting, how else could he make his statements?). Now, he didn’t comment on his own performance, or list any contributions that he himself made … More Plenty of room under the bus
Vanity can easily overtake wisdom. It usually overtakes common sense. – Julian Casablancas I am not that upset that the theoretical, not yet under construction, High Speed Rail line won’t be stopping in “Downtown” Brampton. And let’s be honest, when people say “Brampton” should have an HSR stop, they aren’t talking about Bramalea. Some might … More Vanity can easily overtake wisdom….