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Brampton, Ontario, Canada is the third largest city in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA). Brampton is in Peel Region. As of the 2006 census, Brampton's population stood at 433,000. Brampton is the 11th largest city in Canada. It is also one of Canada's fastest growing municipalities with an average annual growth rate (2001 - 2006) of 6.7%. With a median age at 33, it is also the youngest community in the GTA.
Brampton was incorporated as a village in 1853, as a town in 1873 and a century later, as a city in 1974.
Brampton was once known as The Flowertown of Canada, a title it earned due to the city's large greenhouse industry, which included Dale's Flowers, a company that won many international rose awards for nearly half a century. Today, its major economic sectors include Advanced Manufacturing, Retail Administration and Logistics, ICT, Food and Beverage, Life Sciences and Business Services. National headquarters of companies such as Loblaw Companies, HBC/Zellers, Bacardi, Brita and Clorox are located within the city.
Brampton is also home to Canadian Forces Army Reserve unit The Lorne Scots (Peel, Dufferin and Halton Regiment.
In the 2006 Census, 67 percent of residents of Brampton claimed various Christian denominations. The largest was Roman Catholic, (35%), followed by various Protestant, at (27%), while the remaining numbers of Christians (4%) consists mostly of the Eastern Orthodox rite. Other religions with a notable presence include Sikhism (10%), Hinduism (5%), and Islam (3%). More than 10 percent of the population does not identify with a particular religion.
It was also found that English was spoken as mother tongue by 54% of the population. The next most common language was Punjabi which was spoken by 15.3% of the population, followed by Portuguese and Urdu at 2.8% each. Spanish and Italian was reported to be spoken by 2.1%.
In addition to the above languages, Brampton is the city where many more languages are spoken, such as Tagalog, Gujarati, Hindi, Tamil, Chinese, Polish, Vietnamese, Arabic, German, Twi, Persian, Dutch,
Croatian, Bengali, Greek, Serbian, Hungarian, Maltese, Lao, Korean, Macedonian, Romanian and Canadian French.
Besides private post-secondary facilities, Brampton's only place of higher education is Sheridan College. The college also a campus in Oakville,
Sheridan's "Davis Campus" primarily focusing on education for the business world and for trades.
The Brampton Guardian is the community’s newspaper.
Canada's busiest airport, Toronto Pearson International), is located near Brampton, in Mississauga, Ontario.
The address of City Hall:
2 Wellington St W
Brampton, ON, L6Y 4R2
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