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Each week, Telephone Town Halls are being hosted by Mayor Brown, City of Brampton, Peel Public Health and William Osler Health System. To learn more about the measures being taken to protect the health of our community, and to be called to participate in all upcoming COVID-19 Tele Town Halls,  please click here to RSVP and provide your contact information.

Tele Town Hall with Seniors, Seniors Groups & Organizations

On Thursday, April 2, Mayor Patrick Brown and Regional Councillors Pat Fortini and Gurpreet Dhillon hosted a Tele Town Hall to discuss COVID-19 and how it impacts you and Brampton’s seniors community.

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Tele Town Hall Transcripts:

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Bramptonians Connecting with Seniors

Lets ALL do our part by helping our seniors who are part of our families and neighbourhoods. Refrain from direct contact but do check on them. Please check on them regularly and see if they need groceries, medication pick up and delivery or any other assistance. This is a simple yet powerful way to help our seniors stay socially connected and emotionally strong.

If you believe they need additional help, have them call 311 or email us at

Seniors Connecting with Seniors

Seniors, please stay connected with other seniors, especially those who do not use the internet. A regular or even a daily phone call can make a huge difference as we are practicing social distancing.

We are urging Seniors to please stay home and contact us if you need help with resources or information. Call 311 or email us at You can also contact the Region at or call 311.