The region of Peel is a growing metropolis in Southwestern Ontario, with currently over 1.4 million residents to date. It consists of three cities including Mississauga, Brampton and Caledon.
Located on the shores of Lake Ontario, Mississauga is now Canada’s 6 th largest and fastest growing City with a population of over 730,000. It has become the hub into the epicentre of the region and is home to Toronto Pearson, one of Canada’s International airports. Mississauga represents cultures from all over the world and is recognized as one of the safest cities in Canada to live in.
Located immediately north of Pearson International Airport, Brampton is a fast growing urban city in Ontario. Home to over 520,000, Brampton residents represent more than 170 different cultures and speak more than 70 languages. The City offers a mix of urban and rural areas with a well-developed economic base of businesses and big city conveniences together with over 6000 acres of parkland with access to a wide variety of outdoor activities.
The Town of Caledon forms the northern municipality of the present Region of Peel. Its population is just under 60,000. It is largely rural, with Bolton as its main urban centre, together with other smaller towns. The region is otherwise very sparsely populated with farms being the main residential centres.