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With a rapidly growing population of almost 600,000, Brampton is the ninth most populous region in Canada. Located in Southern Ontario northwest of Toronto, Brampton is the third largest city in the Greater Toronto Area. Originally a small village of just 50 residents, Brampton has grown into a large suburban centre and industrial powerhouse, largely thanks to immigration and technological innovation.
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Brampton has the largest percentage of Sikhs of any Canadian city.
Brampton’s population has boomed from just 10,000 people in the 1950s to over a half a million residents today.
Named for a small town in Cumbria, England, Brampton was incorporated as a village in 1853.
Famous Bramptonians include Keshia Chanté, singer and actress, Rick Nash, NHL player, Cassie Campbell, Olympic Gold Medalist, and Russell Peters, actor and comedian.
Green spaces, a thriving economy, and affordable real estate continually attracts growing families to Brampton.
This growing city doesn’t offer a large downtown or vibrant nightlife.
When compared to other cities in the Greater Toronto Area, Brampton is highly affordable.
Nicknamed the ‘Flower City’, Bramptonians enjoy easy access to picturesque natural spaces.
Downtown Brampton boasts performing arts centres, galleries, and other cultural institutions.
Brampton’s diversified economy, proximity to Toronto, and skilled workforce means the city enjoys high wages and low unemployment rates.
This young city is vibrantly multicultural, and is home to new Canadians and families from around the globe.