June is the traditional month for weddings and the City of Brampton is jumping into the fray this year.
The city will be holding its very own pop-up civil marriage ceremony on Saturday, June 15. Couples wanting to marry can be able to a part of a non-religious civil wedding which can be conducted by a city official, free of charge.
In order to participate, couples must have a valid Ontario marriage license (which has a separate $150 fee), one piece of photo ID, and signed liability waiver. Two witnesses must also be present for the ceremony, though standing room is also available for invited guests.
Couples must register in person at City Hall before June 13 as only up to 9 ceremonies will be made available. Ceremonies will be held in English language only.
The event will take place at City Hall on June 15 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. during the first farmers’ market of the season.