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Mississauga Set to Receive $10 Million Under Clean Water and Wastewater Fund

Today, the Government of Canada and the Government of Ontario announced that Mississauga will be receiving almost $10 million in combined funding under the Canada-Ontario Clean Water and Wastewater Fund (CWWF) agreement. City projects approved through the CWWF include flood storage facilities that will mitigate flooding risks, sediment removal from stormwater management ponds to improve … Continue Reading

Mississauga Hosts Second Annual Older Adult Expo on June 6

The City of Mississauga, in partnership with the Older Adult Advisory Panel and the Community Centre Older Adult Committees, is hosting the Older Adult Expo on June 6. The Expo will kick off Seniors’ Month celebrations in Mississauga. The event will feature more than 50 vendors, an exciting Seniors’ Got Talent Show, technology advice, information … Continue Reading

City of Mississauga Hosts Making Room for the Middle: A Discussion on Housing Affordability

The City of Mississauga is taking action on housing affordability with its draft strategy: Making Room for the Middle: A Housing Strategy for Mississauga. The draft strategy includes 40 actions to support housing affordability and is focused on middle income households who do not qualify for public subsidies and cannot afford homes at current prices. … Continue Reading

Be Active. Celebrate Seniors’ Month and Recreation and Parks Month in June

June is Seniors’ Month and Recreation and Parks Month in Mississauga. Residents are encouraged to participate in a variety of outdoor and indoor events offered by the City. These programs and events provide residents with the opportunity to make Mississauga a healthy, active and engaged community. “We are excited to celebrate Recreation and Parks Month … Continue Reading

Grown in Peel – Local Produce Markets

Support our local farmers this year. Visit the Grown in Peel website to find local farms and farmers’ markets and to learn what’s in season.

Camp Ignite is Back to Introduce Teen Girls to Firefighting

For the second year-in-a-row, Mississauga Fire and Emergency Services (MFES) will introduce 20 teenaged girls to a potential career in fire service through their innovative weeklong experience, Camp Ignite from July 24 to 28. Camp Ignite will show teen girls, ages 15 to 19, what a career in fire service could look like through participation … Continue Reading

Heart House Hospice – Free Seminars and Workshops

Heart House Hospice offers several bereavement programs free for residents. Follow the links below for more information. Healing on the Journey Through Grief – eight-week program recommended if it has been three months or more since the loss of your loved one Celebrating Mothers Event – Saturday, May 13 Art Therapy – Friday, May 12 and Friday, June … Continue Reading

Hurontario LRT Open House

The City of Mississauga and Metrolinx will host drop-in open house events for the Hurontario Light Rail Transit Project. The project team will be available with maps and updated display boards to answer questions and provide updates.   Ward 5 June 5, 2017     6-8 p.m. Frank McKechnie Community Centre 310 Bristol Rd E.

GTAA Runway Maintenance

Pearson Airport is performing routine maintenance on its busiest runway, pushing airplane traffic to two north-south runways. Residents will notice changes in the noise coming from the airport until May 16, when the first phase will be complete. Work will commence again in the fall. For up-to-date information on the project, keep an eye on … Continue Reading

What Can Community Services Be?

Mississauga is a place that nurtures a unique quality of life, where our residents can enjoy opportunities for a vibrant, healthy, social lifestyle through all stages of their lives. Our vision is a beautiful, sustainable city with safe neighbourhoods that support strong, connected and vibrant communities. We are refreshing our current Plans for Culture, Recreation, … Continue Reading