Youth Support Task Force

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Did you know? Brampton is one of the youngest cities in Canada with more than 130,000 youth within the ages of 14-29.

We recognize the impacts COVID-19 has on our community and that it is an especially difficult and stressful time for some. During this time, we want to continue to engage with youth and provide resources and supports.

Back to school

We understand the return to school is stressful for many families and students. Reference the links below, which are regularly updated, or contact your child's school for more information:


Celebrate Halloween Safely!

This year, Halloween is going to look different in Brampton due to COVID-19. To help keep our community safe, the City of Brampton has a wide range of fun, free Halloween events for families to enjoy online this year! Details here.


Stay engaged and connect with us on social media!

Our latest Tik Tok video is about staying safe and healthy in our parks during COVID-19. Follow @CityBrampton on Tik Tok to see it. We take the safety of our youth seriously. Review the City of Brampton's social media community guidelines.


Youth COVID-19 Survey Results

The Youth Support Task Force surveyed more than 250 Brampton youth to determine how the COVID-19 pandemic is impacting them and to help identify the required supports they need. Click here to see the survey results.



Did you know? Brampton is one of the youngest cities in Canada with more than 130,000 youth within the ages of 14-29.

We recognize the impacts COVID-19 has on our community and that it is an especially difficult and stressful time for some. During this time, we want to continue to engage with youth and provide resources and supports.

Back to school

We understand the return to school is stressful for many families and students. Reference the links below, which are regularly updated, or contact your child's school for more information:


Celebrate Halloween Safely!

This year, Halloween is going to look different in Brampton due to COVID-19. To help keep our community safe, the City of Brampton has a wide range of fun, free Halloween events for families to enjoy online this year! Details here.


Stay engaged and connect with us on social media!

Our latest Tik Tok video is about staying safe and healthy in our parks during COVID-19. Follow @CityBrampton on Tik Tok to see it. We take the safety of our youth seriously. Review the City of Brampton's social media community guidelines.


Youth COVID-19 Survey Results

The Youth Support Task Force surveyed more than 250 Brampton youth to determine how the COVID-19 pandemic is impacting them and to help identify the required supports they need. Click here to see the survey results.