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Peel County Courthouse
Peel County Courthouse
Peel County Courthouse
is a historic building located in Brampton, Ontario and served as a courthouse and jail for Peel County and Peel Region, as well as the first home of Peel Regional Council. The two court house was built in a Venetian Gothic
Venetian Gothic
style in 1865–66 by architect William Kauffman and Peel County Council began sitting in 1867.[1] A tower is located in the centre top of the building. A three-storey jail was added at the rear in 1867. Peel County sat at the Courthouse until 1973 and then became home to Peel Regional Council from 1973 to 1980 (then moved to the 10 Peel Centre Drive)
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Züm
Züm
Züm
(pronounced Zoom, IPA: /zuːm/) is a bus rapid transit system for the suburban city of Brampton, Ontario, Canada, northwest of Toronto owned and operated by Brampton Transit. The first phase calls for three corridors operating in mixed traffic, similar to York Region Transit's (YRT) Viva network. There are connections to the City of Mississauga, York Region, and the City of Toronto, with the first corridor having started service in fall 2010.[1] Phase 1 became fully operational by fall 2012
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Peel County, Ontario
Peel County is a historic county in the Canadian province of Ontario. Named for Sir Robert Peel, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, the county was organized in 1851. Settlers, however, were in Toronto Township as early as 1807. The Credit River
Credit River
was reserved for the Mississaugas, however they sold their land and moved to the Bruce Peninsula.Contents1 Formation and history 2 Further reading 3 See also 4 References 5 External linksFormation and history[edit] The townships that would eventually constitute Peel were initially part of York County in the Home District, and were designated as the West Riding of York in 1845.[1]Historic townships of the County of PeelTownship Opened DescriptionAlbion 1819 Given the ancient name of England.Caledon 1819 Named for the historic district of Caledonia, Scotland.Chinguacousy 1819 Named, probably in honour of a loyal Chippewa chief who fought at the capture of Michilimackinac
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Regional Municipality Of Peel
The Regional Municipality of Peel
Regional Municipality of Peel
(also known as the Region of Peel or Peel Region) is a regional municipality in Southern Ontario, Canada. It consists of three municipalities to the west and northwest of Toronto: the cities of Brampton
Brampton
and Mississauga, and the town of Caledon.[2] The entire region is part of the Greater Toronto
Toronto
Area and the inner ring of Golden Horseshoe
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Venetian Gothic
Venetian Gothic is an architectural style combining use of the Gothic lancet arch with Byzantine and Moorish influences
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Algoma University
Coordinates: 46°30′12.86″N 84°17′56.08″W / 46.5035722°N 84.2989111°W / 46.5035722; -84.2989111Algoma UniversityMotto "Truth, Knowledge, and Wisdom"[citation needed]Type PublicEstablished 1965Chancellor Shirley Horn[1]President Asima Vezina[2]Academic staff75Undergraduates 1600Location Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, CanadaCampus UrbanTag line Small University, Big Education[citation needed]Colours red, grey, whiteAthletics Algoma Thunderbirds[3]Affiliations AUCC, CBIEMascot Boomer the ThunderboltWebsite www.algomau.ca Algoma University
Algoma University
(Algoma U) is a post-secondary institution in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, Canada. Established in 1965, Algoma University
Algoma University
is the smallest undergraduate-only university in Ontario
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Sheridan College
Coordinates: 43°28′15.31″N 79°41′45.92″W / 43.4709194°N 79.6960889°W / 43.4709194; -79.6960889 Sheridan College
Sheridan College
Institute of Technology and Advanced LearningMotto Get CreativeType PublicEstablished 1967Chancellor Hazel McCallion[1]President Mary PreeceStudents 18,000 full-time; 35,000 part-timeLocation Oakville, Brampton, Mississauga, Ontario, CanadaCampus SuburbanSports Team Sheridan BruinsColours Double Blue          Affiliations CCAA, ACCC, NASAD,
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CIAO (AM)
CIAO is a Canadian radio station, broadcasting at 530 AM in Brampton, Ontario. The station, owned by Evanov Radio Group, broadcasts a multilingual programming format. CIAO's studios are located on Dundas Street West in the Eatonville neighbourhood of Toronto, while its transmitter is located near Hornby.Contents1 History 2 Programming 3 References 4 External linksHistory[edit] The station was launched in 1953 as AM 1090 CFJB, a daytimer owned by broadcaster Fen Job. Job was killed in a car crash in 1956, and the station was sold by his estate to CHIC Ltd. in 1959, adopting the new callsign CHIC the following year. As of 1960, Alekos Columbos hosted a 90-minute Greek radio show on Saturdays and Klaas Mulenar preached in Dutch on Sundays.[1] In 1961, the owners also launched CHIC-FM on 102.1 MHz. In 1964, CHIC became a full-time broadcaster, moving to AM 790
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Brampton Arts Council
The Brampton
Brampton
Arts Council was a charitable, multi-arts umbrella organization dedicated to the promotion and development of the arts in the city of Brampton
Brampton
in Ontario, Canada
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Brampton Board Of Trade
The Brampton
Brampton
Board of Trade is a business organization first founded in Brampton, Ontario
Brampton, Ontario
in 1887
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Visual Arts Brampton
Visual Arts Brampton
Brampton
is a non-profit community art group located in Brampton, Ontario
Ontario
formed in 1986 to organize the arts community, providing workshops, and exhibits, among other things. The group moved to its current studio in 1991.[1] The first juried show, under the guise of Brampton
Brampton
Arts Council, featured 68 artworks judged by Pamela Wachna, curator of Toronto's Market Gallery.[2] Galleries[edit] Visual Arts Brampton
Brampton
runs The Artway Family of Galleries, which includes Artway Gallery (established in 1998) and the Artway Invitational Gallery (established 2010), all in Shoppers World Brampton. Artway was previously in Bramalea City Centre. The Chinguacousy branch of the Brampton
Brampton
Library had a gallery space, opened when the facility first did in 1971. The space had its own full-time curator until a renovation in the 1990s
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Brampton Fall Fair
The Brampton
Brampton
Fall Fair is an annual agricultural and entertainment event in Brampton, Ontario. The Brampton
Brampton
Fall Fair features rides, games, a demolition derby, and a craft show.[1]Contents1 History 2 Present 3 Fairgrounds 4 Highlights 5 Presidents 6 Secretaries of the fair 7 See also 8 References 9 External linksHistory[edit] The first Brampton
Brampton
Fall Fair was held in 1853. During the early 1830s, farmers from the 212 farms of Chinguacousy Township, Ontario came to Martin Salisbury's Tavern for biannual fairs. As the Industrial Revolution and other influences changed society, agriculture transformed from a subsistence process to an actual industry, followed by an increase in demand for equipment, supplies, and power. The government created an act in 1853 to enable and assist counties in forming agricultural boards
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Carabram
Carabram is an annual multi-cultural festival in Brampton, Ontario, founded in 1982. The festival was founded after volunteers from different ethnic communities wanted to organize a festival celebrating diversity and cross-cultural friendship. With a name based on a similar Toronto event, the Caravan Festival of Cultures, Carabram's first event included Italian, Scottish, Ukrainian, and West Indian pavilions. By 2003, forty-five-thousand visitors visited 18 pavilions
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Brampton City Council
Brampton
Brampton
City Council is the governing body for the City of Brampton, Ontario. It consists of the mayor of Brampton
Brampton
(currently Linda Jeffrey), five elected regional councillors and five elected city councillors
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Brampton City Hall
Brampton
Brampton
City Hall is home to Brampton City Council and the departments of the city. It is located at the intersection of Wellington Street and Main Street in downtown Brampton.Contents1 History 2 List of former Town Halls and Civic Centres 3 See also 4 ReferencesHistory[edit]Veteran placing a poppy at the Brampton
Brampton
cenotaph in Ken Whillan's SquareA park on the site for many years was home to the Brampton
Brampton
Cenotaph (opened in 1928 by Governor General Lord Willingdon[1]), it was named Memorial Park
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CFNY-FM
CFNY-FM, branded as 102.1 the Edge, is a Canadian radio station, broadcasting at 102.1 FM in the Greater Toronto
Toronto
Area. The station rose to prominence in the 1970s and 1980s due to its freestyle DJing format and unique (at that point) choice to play alternative music
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