Brampton Board of Trade

State of the City 2022

Brampton’s business community meets annually to hear from two important community leaders, the City’s Mayor and the Chair of the Brampton Board of Trade.

Mayor Brown and BBOT Chair Donna Fagon-Pascal will share perspectives on Brampton’s future from both a public sector and private sector point of view.

This event also takes the opportunity to show appreciation to Peel Region’s Finest in awarding the Peel Region Police Service Award.

February 8th, 2022 11:00am – 1:30pm – Virtual via Hopin Platform


The event will offer networking opportunities, and registrants will be able to engage with each other & the speakers during the main event via the chat.  This is a great development opportunity – invite your clients and colleagues by purchasing a group ticket.

All event registrants will receive a $25 gift card to their choice of The Food Quotient, J. Red & Co. or can donate it to the Sheridan Student Emergency Fund.
The Sheridan Student Emergency Fund supports students who:

  • are experiencing unexpected, urgent financial need.
  • have unexpected travel expenses.
  • need resources to complete their studies (including a laptop or WiFi) to access course materials and exams.
  • require temporary support for living expenses (like rent and food), because they were laid off from their part-time jobs

Early bird: $49 until Jan. 15th
Regular Price: $59
Group Rate: 6 tickets for $199

Early bird: $69 until Jan. 15th
Regular Price: $79
Group Rate: 6 tickets for $249


Thank you to our sponsors:

State of the City 2021

Mayor Brown and BBOT Chair Michelle McCollum shared perspectives on Brampton’s future.


greg o'connor

The 2021 recipient of the Peel Region Police Service Award is Detective Constable Greg O’Connor.

Detective Constable Greg O’Connor is currently assigned to the Intelligence Services – Commercial Auto Crime Bureau where he has worked since October 2017. During this tenure, he has established himself as one of the most knowledgeable and highly regarded auto theft investigators in the province. With a strong investigative background, having worked in such areas as the Street Crime and Gang Unit, Homicide Bureau, 21 Division Criminal Investigations Bureau and the Break & Enter Unit, Greg has established himself as an expert examiner of stolen and re-vinned vehicles as well as a highly competent and successful investigator.

In his 16 years of policing, Constable Greg O’Connor has shown himself to be alive to the issues that affect our Brampton community and environment. Constable Greg O’Connor has earned the respect of his peers, supervisors and the Brampton community at large for his continued contributions towards service excellence and community engagement.

See you at the 2022 Business Excellence Awards

Save the Date: May 5, 2022