Roughly, Bovaird to Williams Parkway/Vodden and Highway 10 (aka Main…aka Hurontario) to Chinguacousy.
Walmart plaza, with Fortinos, HSBC, Scotia Bank, Chapters, dollar store, second cup, Kelsey’s, Pizza Pizza.
Across from Walmart plaza there is another plaza with The Keg, a passport office, RONA, restaurants, and more.
Contains a RE/MAX office (main street office), No Frills, Giant Tiger, Goodlife, MARCA beauty college, beer store, restaurants
24-hour animal hospital (highway 10 and Williams Parkway)
An affordable neighbourhood with everything from condo and freehold townhouses up to large family homes, Flowertown is also within Brampton West, which is one of the oldest subdivisions in Brampton (second to downtown/old Brampton)–originally noted for its greenhouses. Brampton has had an international reputation as The flower town of Canada, originally filled with glass greenhouses that included over 48 nurseries.
It has a huge amount of bicycle trails and many facilities for both soccer and baseball.
Brampton West is a federal electoral district in Ontario, Canada, that has been represented in the Canadian House of Commons since 2004. Its population was 170,422 in 2006- making it the most populous riding in Canada.
The district includes the western part of the city of Brampton excluding the neighbourhood of Madoc.