Brampton is renaming the park in honor of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community

By Ryan Rumbolt

Published on September 27, 2022 at 11:17 am

The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community of Brampton has been recognized by the city by renaming the park.

Last weekend, the City of Brampton officially renamed Alloa Green Park off Brisdale Dr. and Remembrance Rd. into Ahmadiyya Park.

The name change recognizes the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community of Brampton and their contributions to the city, such as the Neighborhood Helper campaign and welcoming all Bramptons to Canada Day celebrations at the Mubarak Mosque.

“Wherever the Ahmadiyya community goes, they want to look for ways to support their community,” Mayor Patrick Brown said during the name change ceremony on Saturday, September 24.

“When the Ahmadiyya community grows in your city, your city grows in love, generosity and kindness,” he said.

The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community lives by the motto “love for all, hate for none”, which exemplifies their compassion and respect for the wider Brampton community.

Sonia Sidhu, MPP for Brampton South, and Graham McGregor, MPP for Brampton North, were also present alongside Brown, members of Brampton City Council and community members.

“I think politicians have a lot to learn from the Ahmadiyya Muslim community, and we should always show love for all and hate for no one,” McGregor said.

You can visit Ahmadiyya Park at 340 Remembrance Rd. in Brampton.

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