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House fire under control in downtown Brampton
Brampton Fire and Emergency Services said a house fire in the city’s downtown area is under control. Read the Full Post from The Brampton Guardian
The last election was decided by just 89 votes. How will Brampton Centre vote this time?
With the election heating up, local candidates are busy trying to prove they’re the best fit to represent constituents at Queen’s Park. But the races are [...]
The last election was decided by just 89 votes. How will Brampton Centre vote this time?
With the election heating up, local candidates are busy trying to prove they’re the best fit to represent constituents at Queen’s Park. But the races are [...]
POLL: What will happen to Ontario Premier Doug Ford and his government in the June 2 provincial election?
We are a little more than two weeks away from the 2022 Ontario general election, will be held on June 2. Read the Full Post from The Brampton Guardian
MEET THE CANDIDATE: Prabmeet Singh Sarkaria, Progressive Conservative, Brampton South
Prabmeet Singh Sarkaria is seeking re-election in Brampton South. Read the Full Post from The Brampton Guardian
MEET THE CANDIDATE: Aneep Dhade, Green Party, Brampton North
She worked for the provincial government for 15 years before starting a career in the finance sector. This is her first time running for political office. [...]
Brampton South: 2022 Ontario election profile
The Brampton South riding includes the city’s downtown. Read the Full Post from The Brampton Guardian
Never mind the provincial election — can Steven Del Duca win his own riding?
A win for the Ontario Liberal leader Steven Del Duca would solidify his leadership and could kickstart his party. Read the Full Post from The Brampton Guardian
Inside Wuhan’s lockdown: This author is telling stories from China’s ‘Deadly Quiet City’ in the early days of COVID-19
‘They wailed plaintively for food and medicine, but hardly anyone on the outside heard them,’ writes Murong Xuecun in the foreword to his new book. Read [...]
Inside Wuhan’s lockdown: This author is telling stories from China’s ‘Deadly Quiet City’ in the early days of COVID-19
‘They wailed plaintively for food and medicine, but hardly anyone on the outside heard them,’ writes Murong Xuecun in the foreword to his new book. Read [...]