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  • This photograph was taken the morning former Brampton mayor Peter Robertson is accused of hitting a picketer with his car at the Region of Peel headquarters in Brampton last year.Woman struck gives testimony at Peter Robertson trial - 2013-07-25 4:51 PM

    BRAMPTON— Day two of the trial for former Brampton mayor Peter Robertson’s dangerous driving charge got underway today (July 25) and included testimony from the woman who said she was struck by his vehicle.

  • Brampton City United’s Marcos Nunes leaps over an opponent from St. Catharines Roma Wolves during Sunday’s First Division Canadian Soccer League tilt at Victoria Park. Earlier, Nunes scored the first goal of the game, and his 12th of the season as Brampton improved to 8-2 on the year with a 3-0 victory.Another win for City United - 2013-07-25 3:05 PM

    BRAMPTON- As the second half of the Canadian Soccer League (CSL) schedule is about to begin, Brampton City United remains right in the thick of the race for top spot in the First Division.

  • Brampton’s AADCO Auto Parts collected and recycled close to 1,000 tires in support of the Sunshine Foundation, a charity that strives to make dreams come true for children with severe illnesses.Tire drive raises cash for kids - 2013-07-25 2:52 PM

    BRAMPTON—Brampton’s AADCO Auto Parts collected and recycled close to 1,000 tires in support of the Sunshine Foundation, a charity that strives to make dreams come true for children with severe illnesses.

  • The Brampton Blast under-16 boys’ soccer team had plenty of reason to be happy after it won the championship of the A.C. Milan Continental Cup tournament recently in Cleveland. The Brampton squad beat a field of international teams to win the championship.Blast wins international tournament in Ohio - 2013-07-25 2:52 PM

    BRAMPTON- The Brampton Blast 97A under-16 boys’ soccer team from the Brampton Youth Soccer Club won over an international field to claim the recent A.C. Milan Continental Cup tournament in Cleveland.

  • No image availablePeel police take to the water - 2013-07-25 2:28 PM

    MISSISSAUGA – Peel Regional Police will be out on the water in full force over the Civic Holiday weekend looking for people drinking and boating.

  • Jessica Peters is one of 20 students from across the country awarded a TD Scholarship for Community Leadership. Valued at up to $70,000 each, the annual award is presented to students for their community contributions.TD scholarship makes teen’s dream school reality - 2013-07-25 1:14 PM

    BRAMPTON— One of the country’s most generous and coveted scholarship awards is making a Brampton teenager’s dreams for university a reality.

  • No image availableMeadowvale man jailed 30 days for crash that killed wife - 2013-07-25 11:30 AM

    MISSISSAUGA — Daniel and Marsha Lowery were high school sweethearts, married more than 30 years and the proud parents of twin daughters.

  • Chrysler recently unveiled its new state-of-the-art paint shop in Sterling Heights, Mich., which is part of an $850 million investment to breathe new life into a plant that faced closure several years ago. Although Sterling Heights is a much older facility than Brampton, plant workers here were hoping Chrysler would have opted to pump the cash in locally.New paint shop not in the cards for Brampton Chrysler plant - 2013-07-25 11:25 AM

    BRAMPTON—The project has been on the books for quite some time, but Chrysler’s Brampton facility will have to make do with its antiquated paint shop for at least a little while longer.

  • No image availableBattle over Kensington Market Walmart rages on - 2013-07-25 10:42 AM

    TORONTO — The process for deciding if big-box behemoth Walmart can open beside Kensington Market "is not over, " says the developer that proposes to feature the discount retailer in a new Bathurst St. complex.

  • Stephen Harper's PMO should reveal who's on its "enemy" list, say a coalition of public-interest and aid groups.Reveal 'enemy' list, groups urge Stephen Harper - 2013-07-25 10:36 AM

    OTTAWA — More than 200 public-interest and aid organizations are formally asking Prime Minister Stephen Harper's government to reveal who's on the "enemy" lists given to new ministers in this month's cabinet shuffle.


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