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Fire and Smoke Move Faster than You – Have a Fire Escape Plan Ready

Mississauga Fire and Emergency Services (MFES) is urging residents to learn quick tips on how to keep their families safe as part of the National Fire Prevention Week from October 8 to 14. Simple actions including replacing alarms every 10 years, changing alarm batteries, preparing and practising a home escape plan can save lives. This … Continue Reading

Iceland Arena’s Rink 1 to be Dedicated in Honour of Fran Rider

An official dedication ceremony honouring Fran Rider, long-time community activist and advocate for girls’ and women’s hockey, will take place at Iceland Arena. The Olympic-sized rink, Rink 1, will be dedicated in recognition of Ms. Rider’s tireless efforts to grow and further the sport of women’s hockey. What:              Dedication of Rink 1 at Iceland … Continue Reading

Upcoming Information Sessions About MiWay’s 2018 Service Plan

From September 25 to 30, MiWay is hosting public information sessions about its 2018 service plan. The sessions will provide the public with more information on how MiWay will increase service levels along major corridors and introduce more express services to power the grid network in 2018. The theme for the third year of the … Continue Reading

Etude Drive Crossing to Westwood Square

The Transportation and Works Department completed a review of the existing Pedestrian Refuge Island’s location on Etude Drive. The review was initiated due to the new access point on Etude Drive, which did not take into account the existence of the island. The new access for trucks was constructed opposite Dalewood Drive adjacent to the … Continue Reading

Fall Leaf Pick Up

Leaf pick up is done by both the City of Mississauga and the Region of Peel. All streets in the City receive leaf pick up from the Region on the regular pick-up day, until December 14, 2017. Leaves must be placed curbside in open, reusable containers such as bushel baskets, labelled rigid plastic containers or paper … Continue Reading

Stories Needed – The City Plans to Focus Future Initiatives on Residents’ Tales

The City of Mississauga is asking residents to share the stories that define what life in Mississauga means to them through an initiative called, Story of M. “Mississauga has a story to tell and the Story of M will help us connect with residents across the city,” said Paul Damaso, Director, Culture Division. “These stories … Continue Reading

Plenty of Ways to Have Your Say on the City Budget

There are many ways to have your say on the City of Mississauga’s proposed 2018 Budget. Residents can try the City’s budget allocator, explore the City’s budget website, join in a telephone budget session, request a group meeting or attend a Budget Committee meeting. Mississauga’s online budget allocator for the 2018 Budget is now available … Continue Reading

Malton Adventure Playground the newest addition to area’s ‘urban renewal’

Tucked away behind Paul Coffey Arena, on the southwest corner of Derry Road and Goreway Drive, is a “truly spectacular” children’s playground. The Malton Adventure Playground brings the iconic imagery of classic children’s tales to life. Inspired by the wooden castles playground in Toronto’s High Park, built by television personality and home improvement contractor Mike … Continue Reading

The Living Arts Centre Turns 20

The Living Arts Centre’s 2017-18 season has arrived, with a more diverse range of performances than ever before! Like any 20 year old, the LAC is moving into a new stage of life after garnering some real world experience. Our aspiration to be the centre for global engagement in Arts, Culture & Entertainment in Mississauga … Continue Reading

Toronto Pearson Youth Cohort at 6 Degrees

Each year, the Institute for Canadian Citizenship (ICC) hosts 6 Degrees, a 3-day event held in Toronto. The mission is to create a space where an international community committed to inclusion can be fostered.  This year, Toronto Pearson is partnering with the ICC to create Toronto Pearson Youth Cohort at 6 Degrees, a group of … Continue Reading