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Hours & Directions the Brampton, Ontario, Eye Centre of Arinder Basra O.D.

65 Montpelier Street, Unit #E-103
Brampton, ON L6Y 6H4
  • 11:00 AM - 5:00 PM
  • 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
  • 10:00 AM - 7:00 PM
  • 10:00 AM - 7:00 PM
  • 11:00 AM - 5:00 PM
  • 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM
  • 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM
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Brampton Family Eye Care in Brampton, ON

Our office is located at 65 Montpelier Street, Unit #E-103 Brampton Ontario L6Y 6H4.

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Exceptional Eye Care & Eyewear Near You

Our expert eye doctor and staff are pleased to serve Ontario’s Peel Region of Brampton and Mississauga, as well as Halton’s region of Milton and Georgetown, with one-stop shopping for everything vision related! At our family-friendly eye care clinic, we perform eye exams for patients of all ages. Using the latest diagnostics, we’ll check your vision and eye health thoroughly. Come see for yourself the benefits of our superior eye care experience in Brampton, ON.

Need new eyewear? We handpick every pair of designer eyeglass frames in our Brampton optical shop – taking care to offer a variety of eyeglasses and sunglasses designs to suit every personal style! Our eye doctor also provides a full range of services and supplies for contact lenses, including fitting specialty lenses for complex vision conditions and follow-up eye exams to make sure your contacts still fit properly. Stop by anytime to browse our optical shop, but remember – before you buy a new pair of contact lenses, prescription eyeglasses or sunglasses, book an eye exam to verify that your vision prescription is up-to-date and your eyes are healthy!

What’s there to see in Brampton, Ontario?

Brampton is located just outside of Toronto, about an hour from Niagara Falls, and it’s one of the fastest-growing cities in Canada. While our suburban city is set in close proximity to so many major tourist sites, Brampton also has plenty of its own attractions to offer.

Lovely landscapes

Brampton has many fantastic parks for camping, hiking, golfing, fishing, skating, swimming, and bird-watching! The Heart Lake Conservation Area has endless spans of green, with a central lake and many trails for biking and hiking. Gage Park, Brampton’s main city park, features an ice rink in the winter, which is especially pretty and fun when the park partakes in the annual Brampton Tree Lighting celebration. This park is also home to the Rib’n’Roll event, another rockin’ Brampton experience. Can’t wait to relax? Head to the Claireville Conservation Area, a popular destination that caters to the whole family, including the horseback riders and bird-watchers among you! Look out for the rare white deer that also live here. When you want to cool off, our eye doctor recommends Professor Lake Beach, an artificial spring-fed lake that serves Brampton with a fresh place to swim, go windsurfing, or kayak.

Culture & History

The Bovaird House holds title as the only historic home in Brampton that’s open to the public. Build in 1852, the city runs tours of the interior of this quaint house and the adjacent grounds. If you’re in the mood to view additional artifacts and artwork, visit the Peel Art Gallery, Museum and Archives (PAMA), a large exhibition center in Brampton that has documents from the entire Region of Peel. Another local museum is the Great War Flying Museum, which focuses on aviation and maintains replicas of WWI airplanes, as well as a fabulous collection of battle maps and rare period uniforms.

Shoppers delight in Brampton!

Brampton has many indoor shopping malls, the largest of which is Bramalea City Centre – which is also the 7th largest mall in Canada. Approximately 16 million visitors shop here yearly! If you want a smaller-scale experience, head to Shoppers World Brampton, where there are “only” 190 shops to browse. Even more modest is the Trinity Common Mall, with a great range of retailers. And if you’re looking for a shopping village instead of a mall, stroll through Streetsville, located in nearby Mississauga to the southwest of Brampton. These charming streets date back to 1800 and will give you a pleasant day exploring local boutiques, historic homes, parks, and bistros.