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Purchasing Waterfront Properties

  Purchasing land involves a lot of thought and can be an important life decision. Not only will you spend your days looking out across the water, you’ll want to determine if this piece of waterfront land is the perfect place for you and your family. Consider this an investment and put a Century 21 Millennium Inc. Agent to work helping you find that perfect waterfront property.. Moving ...

Mount Pleasant Village: Canada’s most progressive subdivision!

Brampton is the 11th largest city in Canada has a successful, well-diversified economy,and is home to more than 8,000 businesses. The city continues to retain a Triple ‘A’ credit rating by Standard & Poor’s, reflecting its successful economy and debt-free position. Brampton celebrates its diverse population that represents people from more than 175 distinct ethnic backgrounds ...

Fun Things for Families in York Region Under $20

Fun Activities for Families in York Region Under $20 With March Break upon us, many families are scratching their heads for ways to entertain their children. Some families have signed up for March Break camps and activities or programs that can be quite costly-especially with more than just one or two children. So we scoured and scraped around to find some low cost activities in the local area to ...

Living in East End Wasaga Beach

Home to the longest fresh water beach in the world, Wasaga Beach is the ideal four-season destination for those of you who enjoy breathtaking sunsets, waterfront properties, active beach living and access to all the amenities one could imagine. From seasonal rentals on the beach to properties such as family homes, cottages, cabins and condos, our experts at Century 21 Millennium will help you ...

Bramalea: Canada’s First Planned Satellite City

  It was 55 years ago that Bramalea was developed by one of Canada’s leading developers as the first suburban satellite community.     Separate from the city of Brampton, Bramalea is home to several remarkable, innovative homes, and exclusive community designs. As a fine example of Canada’s first modern, planned community, Bramalea is 16 miles west of Toronto’s ...

Brampton Bovaird House

  Built with double brick sourced from locally quarried red clay, the Historic Bovaird House in Brampton has two stories, a cellar, and second floor labourer’s quarters. The Historic Bovaird House is a beautiful model of a mid-19th century farmhouse in Ontario, built using the traditional “Georgian” style. It contains five fireplaces, original plank flooring and windows ...

PAMA – Art Gallery, Museum & Archives

PAMA has a rich history from the origins of the Peel County Courthouse, Jail, Office Building and Registry Office, to its recent expansion. These historical milestones are a testament to the heritage of Peel Region and PAMA's integral place within this history. The Brampton Peel Art Gallery, Museum and Archives occupy four unique heritage buildings. ...

New Year’s in Brampton

  Juno award winners, the Arkells will be headlining on December 31st at the main stage in Brampton’s finest Downtown core to ring in the New Year of 2015.  Watch their video here: The Arkells. And, that’s not all folks  - an open-air skating rink, midway amusements and marshmallow roasting, all lead up to a spectacular fireworks display above the Rose Theatre at midnight ...

Rose Theatre Brampton

Brampton’s Rose Theatre is in the business of making great memories with their outstanding line-up of eminent talent and unforgettable entertainment. Offering the best in culture and diversity, the unique and beautiful Rose Theatre continues to attract top talent from all over the globe. Now in their ninth season, the theatre has made a few changes for the ultimate theatre experience the moment ...

Why Move to Brampton

  Brampton was named in honour of the first developer’s English hometown in 1834, which was the same year that York became Toronto. However, immigration has always played a big role in the evolution of the city of Brampton. Ironically, the original Brampton was only a hop, skip and jump from Hadrian’s Wall that was built by the Romans to keep newcomers out. Well, that didn’t ...
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