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In the mid-nineteenth century, Brampton was a small village celebrated for its greenhouses and gorgeous blooms. Today it is the third-largest city in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) and home to the national headquarters of multiple manufacturing and retail giants. But it has retained its nickname, The Flower Town of Canada.
To rekindle its connection to its floral heritage, Brampton even established a “Flower City Strategy” to encourage environmentally sustainable design and landscaping. The city’s Rose Theatre was named in keeping with this vision.
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Brampton might not be lined with greenhouses anymore, but it retains almost 900 acres of forested land in its Claireville Conservation Area, a popular destination for bird watchers, walkers and bikers. Located at the corner of Main Street and Wellington Street, Gage Park is another lush multi-functional park that hosts many city events, including weekly concerts. Multiple zip lines, splash pads and pools make Heart Lake conservation area quite popular with families as well.
Brampton is served by several major thoroughfares, including Highway 410, which runs north-south through the middle of the city and connects Highways 401 and 403. Highway 407 is a tolled highway spanning the entire GTA. It passes through the suburbs of Brampton, Burlington, Oakville, Mississauga and other suburban cities. Regional Road 107 is an east-west corridor, which incorporates the eastern part of Queen Street (the city's main east-west artery).