Brampton Wall Map - Street Detail - Large
This large wall map shows highly detailed local information for the city of Brampton. Full street labeling along with transit information, parks, schools, churches and... Read More
This large wall map shows highly detailed local information for the city of Brampton. Full street labelling along with transit information, parks, schools, churches and landmarks throughout the city are displayed.
The map has been designed in a very clear and legible manner with a traditional Canadian street map style embraced by map buyers over many years.
More about the Map
This is an appealing wall map showing Brampton streets, marked with basic road and transit information. One can also locate the town of Caledon, Halton Hills, city of Mississauga and Vaughan, and a close-up inset of Brampton city. An index given on the top corner of the map displays the symbols used all over the map to denote important features like railways, provincial highways, public libraries, municipal and government buildings, libraries, schools, churches, parks, highways, postal offices, running tracks, golf courses,halls, museums, other interesting spots and more.
Brampton city is situated in the Canadian province of Ontario. It falls within the Southern Ontario region and is also a suburban city in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) and the seat of Peel Region. Incorporated as a village in 1853, Brampton took its name from the market town of Brampton, in Cumbria, England and was inhabited by 50 residents.
Brampton has a total land area of 265 square kilometres (102 sq mi). The City of Brampton is bordered by Highway 50 (Vaughan) to the East, Winston Churchill Boulevard (Halton Hills) to the West, Mayfield Road (Caledon) to the north (except for a small neighbourhood, Snelgrove, which is part of Brampton despite extending somewhat north of Mayfield Road) and the hydro corridor (Mississauga) to the south except at Finch Avenue (at this point, Finch Avenue serves as the border between the two cities).
Major economic sectors in the city included advanced manufacturing, retail administration, logistics, information, and communication technologies, food and beverage, life sciences, and business services.
Among the largest employers in Brampton were Loblaw Companies Ltd, Rogers Communications Inc, Chrysler Canada Brampton Assembly Plant, Maple Lodge Farms, Canadian Tire Corp, Coca-Cola Bottling Company Ltd, Gamma-Dynacare Medical Laboratories, and Olymel L.P,and formerly Zellers (offices and distribution).
Other major companies operating in Brampton include: CN Rail Brampton Intermodal Terminal, Best Buy, Amazon,Ford, Nestlé, Hudson's Bay Company (HBC), Frito Lay Canada, MDA Space Missions, Goemans Appliances,and Parkinson Coach Line.
The city’s core business clusters include manufacturing, retail and wholesale trade. Besides, logistics, information, and communication technologies, food and beverage, life sciences, and business services were also an important part of the city’s economy.
Population and Ethnicity
Brampton has a population of 593,638 as per the Canada 2016 Census. Mass immigration has greatly increased Brampton's population from 10,000 in the 1950s to over 600,000 today. Besides, it is the ninth-most populous municipality, the seventy-seventh largest city in North America and the third most populous city in the Greater Golden Horseshoe Region, behind Toronto and Mississauga.
According to the Census 2016 Census, the demographics of the city were classified into Visible minority and aboriginal population, where South Asian (44.3%), Black (13.9%), Filipino(3.4%), Latin American (2.4%), Southeast Asian (1.4%), Chinese (1.5%), West Asian (0.9%), Japanese (0.1%), Korean (0.1%), Other Visible Minority (2.7%), Multiple visible minority (1.6%), Total visible minority population (73.3%) Aboriginal group (First Nations) - 0.4%, Métis - 0.2%, Inuit - 0%, Aboriginal, n.i.e. - 0%, Multiple Aboriginal Identity - 0%.
Landmarks and Buildings
Meadowvale Cemetery, Powerade Centre, St. Paul's United Church, Brampton City Hall, ISKCON Brampton, New Apostolic Church, Orchalaw Farms, etc.
About Publisher : Lucidmap
Lucidmap is a map publishing company, headquartered in Toronto, Ontario which has a team of the best cartographers, graphic designers, and GIS specialists. It currently holds the largest Canadian market share of printed map products, with hundreds of Atlas and Fold map titles. Lucidmap publishes printed map products covering cities across North America for the retail market through the Route-Master Map Corporation.
Lucidmap offers a wide variety of mapping products in both print and digital formats. One can easily find street and road maps, recreation and cycling maps, atlases, digital and online maps and smartphone applications as per their convenience.
|Size||54 x 38 in|