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Regional Councillor Brampton Wards 1 & 5

Residential Rental Licensing Discussion on National Radio

I joined Matt Galloway on The Current to discuss Brampton’s Residential Rental Licensing Pilot Program. The interviews with residents and tenants in the city mirror the same sentiments I hear daily. The city is working hard to ensure the pilot program is successful in addressing health, safety and property standards in the city.

Residential Rental Licensing Starts JAN 2024

The Residential Rental Licensing (RRL) Pilot Program, a two-year initiative for rental landlord registration and licensing, was approved during the March 29, 2023 Committee of Council meeting. The program’s framework was subsequently presented to the Committee of Council on September 20, 2023, and received unanimous approval.

2023 Year in Review

2023 was our team’s first full year of the term of council. We set the stage for the next 3 years of hard work and city building.

Gender-Based Violence declared an epidemic in Peel Region

The City of Brampton and Peel Region has declared gender-based violence and intimate partner violence an epidemic. In a motion brought forward by Councillor Navjit Kaur Brar and Councillor Rowena Santos at Brampton Committee of Council on June 21, council unanimously agreed that the problem is an epidemic and must be addressed with increased supports by all levels of government.

Councillor calls for a summit to bring community together for a litter-free Brampton

https://councillorsantos.ca/wp-content/uploads/2023/06/Litter-Free-Brampton.mp4 Brampton, June 8, 2023 – At the committee of Council meeting on June 7th, Brampton Council approved a motion emphasizing the need for a united effort in creating a clean and litter-free city. A “Litter-Free Brampton” summit that brings community groups, residents, and businesses together to plan for a litter-free Brampton is being organized […]

Effective traffic calming measures to tackle speeders and make roads safer

Brampton is taking a comprehensive approach to traffic calming to address speeding and unsafe driving in local neighbourhoods. City Council recently increased the budget for traffic calming with a focus to implement a combination of tools including traffic cameras, road diets, speed bumps, flexi-signs, and speed reductions.