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It reigns as the longest-running company in modern Brampton. The current location was purchased on September 1, , after a fire destroyed their original store. In , the two townships of Chinguacousy and Toronto Gore were incorporated into Brampton.
The small pine added to the centre of the shield on the Brampton city flag represents Chinguacousy, honouring the Chippewa chief Shinguacose, "The Small Pine. It began to market itself as the Flower Town of Canada. In a revival of this theme, on 24 June , the City Council established the "Flower City Strategy",   to promote a connection to its flower-growing heritage. It was listed as a historical property under the Ontario Heritage Act in Today it is occupied by various small businesses.
The lobby and hallways retain details from Walls are decorated with pictures and artifacts of local Brampton history and old shoe making equipment. Planned as an innovative " new town ", Bramalea was developed immediately east of the Town of Brampton in Chinguacousy Township. It was Canada's first satellite community developed by one of the country's largest real estate developers, Bramalea Limited. He sold the land to Brampton Leasing the former name of the developer and built one of Bramalea's first houses on Dixie Road. The community was developed according to its detailed master plan , which included provisions for a parkland trail system and a "downtown" to include essential services and a shopping centre.
The downtown's centrepiece was the Civic Centre, built in to include the city hall and library. These developments were connected by a long tunnel, planned to provide protection from winter weather.
But, the tunnel has long since been closed due to safety issues. Urbanists have also found that pedestrians at street level make for much livelier and safer streets. Other features included a police station, fire hall, bus terminal, and a collection of seniors' retirement homes. Each phase of the new city was marked with progressing first letters of street names. Development started with the "A" section, with street names such as Argyle, Avondale, and Aloma.
Developers then created a "B" section, "C" section, and so forth. Children on the boundaries of these divisions would regularly compete in street hockey games, pitting, for example, the "D" section versus the "E" section. An extensive parkland trail and sidewalk system connects the entire community. In , the Ontario provincial government decided to update Peel County 's structure. It amalgamated several towns and villages into the new City of Mississauga. In addition, it created the present City of Brampton from the town and the greater portion of the Townships of Chinguacousy and Toronto Gore , and the northern extremity of Mississauga south of Steeles Avenue ,  including Bramalea and the other communities such as Churchville , Claireville, Ebenezer, Victoria, Springbrook, Coleraine , and Huttonville.
While only Huttonville and Churchville still exist as identifiable communities, other names like Claireville are re-emerging as names of new developments.
Brampton retained its role as the administrative centre of Peel Region, which it already had as county seat. The regional council chamber, the Peel Regional Police force, the public health department, and the region's only major museum, the Peel Art Gallery, Museum and Archives , are all located in Brampton. This change had its critics among those with a strong sense of local identities.
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Bramptonians feared urban sprawl would dissolve their town's personality. Bramalea residents took pride in the built-from-scratch and organised structure that had come with their new city and did not want to give it up. Others in Bramalea accept they are part of Brampton, and they make up the tri-city area: Brampton, Heart Lake, Bramalea. In , Bramalea had built its civic centre. Two years later, when Brampton and Bramalea merged, the new city's council chambers and other facilities were installed in the Bramalea building. They were moved from Brampton's modest downtown locale.
The library systems of Brampton and Bramalea were joined, resulting in a system of four locations. Some have questioned the future of Peel Region as encompassing all of Brampton, Mississauga, and Caledon. The Mississauga council, led by Mayor Hazel McCallion , voted to become a single-tier municipality and asked the provincial government to be separated from Peel Region.
They argued the city has outgrown the need for a regional layer of government, and that Mississauga is being held back by supporting Brampton and Caledon with its municipal taxes. The early s brought new residential development, as Brampton released large tracts of land to developers. In , development of the large new suburban community of Springdale began.
This area had its largest boom in , when development started to appear as far north as the city's border with Caledon along Mayfield Road. The region designated this border as the line of demarcation for urban development until , although development already began spilling north of Mayfield in the late s. Part of the boundary between Brampton and Vaughan is also nearly completely urbanized. The City bought the facility in under the leadership of councillor Diane Sutter. It adapted the former vaudeville venue and movie house as a performing arts theatre, to be used also as a live music venue.
It was renamed the Heritage Theatre. Renovations and maintenance were expensive.
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In , Toronto consultants Woods Gordon reported to the City that, rather than continue "pouring money" into the Heritage, they should construct a new seat facility with up-to-date features. The city funded construction of the new Rose Theatre , which opened in September Carabram was founded in , the result of volunteers from different ethnic communities wanting to organise a festival celebrating diversity and cross-cultural friendship.
The name was loosely related to Toronto's Caravan Festival of Cultures.
By , the fair had 18 pavilions attracting 45, visitors. The national government of Canada had an anchor pavilion in the late s and early s, and for Carabram's 25th Anniversary in Brampton has grown to become one of the most diverse cities in Canada. Originally taught by volunteers, the classes eventually were scheduled as daytime courses taught by paid instructors. In the s, the public and Catholic board expanded its languages programs, offering night classes in 23 languages.
These were introduced due to requests by parents, who wanted their children to learn their ancestral languages and heritage. In the early s, Mayor Ken Whillans gained approval and funding for construction of a new city hall in Brampton's downtown. The facility was designed by local architects and constructed by Inzola Construction and built on the site of a former bus terminal.
Whillians did not get to see the opening of the new hall because of his death in August of that same year. With the return of city government to downtown Brampton, politicians and businesses allied to revitalize the core. Changes continue to reflect the growth of the city. In the City purchased the Brampton Fairgrounds, to be used for other development.
It became what is now the province's 6th-largest hospital corporation. Brampton's Sesquicentennial celebrations boosted community spirit, reviving the tradition of a summer parade with floats , and creating other initiatives. To commemorate the town's history, the city under Mayor Fennell reintroduced floral projects to the community.
These have included more plantings around town, the revival in of the city Parade, and participation in the Canada Communities in Bloom project. The City of Brampton is bordered by Highway 50 Vaughan to the East, Winston Churchill Boulevard Halton Hills to the West, Mayfield Road Caledon to the north except for a small neighbourhood, Snelgrove , which is part of Brampton despite extending somewhat north of Mayfield Road and the hydro corridor Mississauga to the south except at Finch Avenue at this point, Finch Avenue serves as the border between the two cities.
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The largest religion in Brampton is Christianity The largest denominations in the city are Catholicism Other religions with a notable presence include Sikhism Proportionally, Brampton has one of the largest Sikh and Hindu population among all Canadian cities.
Nearly 10 percent of the population does not identify with a particular religion. With a population of ,,  Brampton is the third-largest city in the Greater Toronto Area , and the ninth-largest city in Canada.