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A Vision for Malton

On October 14, members of the Malton community gathered to learn the results from the MyMalton project, a City-initiated review of the planning policies that shape the look and feel of Malton.

I’m excited to share the design and planning report from Urban Strategies – let me know what you think of these ideas, all based on community input! The report is a very large file, so we’ve uploaded it in sections:

You can also see an article about the October 14 presentation by the Mississauga News.

More Trips Added to Mississauga Transitway Routes in September

Starting on September 5, MiWay will provide more frequent, weekday rush hour service on Mississauga Transitway routes 107 – Malton Express and 109 – Meadowvale Express as part of the MiWay Five Transit Service Plan.

“The added trips means less waiting and helps us deliver on the benefits of the MiWay Five Transit Service Plan, such as more express service between key destinations, more frequent services on main corridors, and wider spans of service,” said Geoff Marinoff, Director of Transit.

Service Improvements

• Route 107 – Malton Express – Nine week day rush hour trips will be added as well as extended late night service.
• Route 109 – Meadowvale Express – Nine week day rush hour trips will be added.
• Routes 5, 7, 19, 35, 42, 66 – Early morning Saturday trips added
• Routes 7, 20, 26, 34, 66, 110 – Early morning Sunday trips added

MiWay Five is five-year service plan (2016-2020) that is moving Mississauga’s transit system from a design that radiates from the city centre to a grid network that will allow for more frequent buses along main corridors.

The plan allows for more transit service expansion as MiWay prepares for the completion of the Mississauga Transitway in 2017. Eight stations and 12 kilometres of the 18 kilometre transitway are now complete.

For more information, visit

September 23rd is Paul Coffey Day!

We are in full swing for preparations of the biggest event Malton has ever seen – Paul Coffey Day! This free event will take place on Friday, September 23rd at 5:00 p.m. The celebration marks the official renaming ceremony of Paul Coffey Arena and Park, formerly Malton Arena and Wildwood Park.

A free family ice skate will kick off the festivities. The celebration will include free popcorn, hamburgers, hot dogs, pop and coffee. There will be bouncy castles for kids to enjoy and an open air concert by Hotel California with set times at 6 and 8 p.m. The official renaming ceremony will begin at 7:00 p.m. What better way to cap off a celebration than with an amazing fireworks display!

We want all of Malton to come celebrate with Paul Coffey on this very special night, #MaltonEnvy!

Registrations open for City’s Driveway Windrow Clearing Service

Older adults and people with disabilities can apply for City’s Driveway Windrow Snow Clearing Program until November 11. The program helps clear snow at the end of driveways after road plowing.

The windrow snow clearing service will plow a three metre (10 feet) wide area at the end of the driveway for one car to pass. The service may take up to 36 hours after a snow storm and bare pavement cannot be guaranteed. The program runs from November 28, 2016 till March 10, 2017.

Who is Eligible? 

Residents who are 65 years and older in 2016 and people with disabilities can apply for the program. The cost of the program is either $200 or free if the applicant meets financial assistance criteria.

How to apply?

Applications for the Driveway Windrow Snow Clearing Program are available online or at all community centres, the Recreation Customer Service Centre (located at the Central Library) and the Mississauga’s Seniors’ Centre. City of Mississauga community centres will be accepting applications until Friday, November 11 at 9 p.m.

Fundraiser For Paul Coffey Park: Castles Playground

On Friday September 9th, MHI Canada Aerospace is hosting a fundraiser for the new Castles playground that will be constructed in Paul Coffey Park 2017. The park is based on Toronto’s High Park castles design created by Mike Holmes.

The event begins at 7 pm and will feature a silent auction, autograph session with Paul Coffey himself and live performances by The New Hollywood and Itchy & Scratchy.

The fundraiser is restricted to people 19 years of age and older.

Tickets are on sale for $25 and be can be purchased by clicking here.

Let the Games Begin!

Approximately 3,500 of Ontario’s young athletes, ages 12 to 18, paraded into the Hershey Centre to cheers, applause and praise at tonight’s 2016 Ontario Summer Games (OSG) Opening Ceremonies in Mississauga. The event kicked off Ontario’s largest amateur multi-sport event, featuring 34 sport competitions. The Games run from August 11 to 14 at multiple venues across Mississauga and the Greater Toronto Area (GTA).

The direct economic impact is estimated to be approximately $4.5 million, with more than 6,000 hotel room night rentals anticipated.

“The Ontario Summer Games is the largest multi-sport event we have hosted in Mississauga. We are pleased to welcome the more than 3,500 Ontario Summer Games athletes and visitors to our great city,” said Mississauga Mayor Bonnie Crombie. “Mississauga has a history of hosting successful national and regional sporting events and I have no doubt that the Ontario Summer Games will build on that success. The Games provide a direct benefit to Mississauga by unleashing tourism opportunities to showcase our city and increase economic benefits. My hope is that everyone attending the Games, whether an athlete, coach or visitor, brings home with them a lasting, memorable experience. To all the athletes who travelled near or far to attend these Games – I want to wish you all the best in your journey for gold – bring it home!”

In attendance at the ceremonies was:

  • The Honourable Eleanor McMahon, Minister of Tourism, Culture and Sport
  • Mississauga Mayor Bonnie Crombie
  • Members of Council
  • Members of the OSG Host Committee
  • OSG athletes and families, coaches and officials
  • Sponsors


“As part of our government’s continued investment in amateur sport in Ontario, we are proud to present the 2016 Ontario Summer Games in Mississauga. This event is an important part of the Games Ontario Program, which provides athletes with quality competitive experiences and opportunities to pursue their sport goals. Our government is providing over $1 million to the 2016 Ontario Summer Games to support young athletes to showcase their athletic abilities and build the confidence needed to pursue athletic excellence on a global stage,” said Eleanor McMahon, Ontario Minister of Tourism, Culture and Sport.

The Opening Ceremonies celebrated sports, culture and recreation while showcasing Mississauga’s civic pride and community spirit. Toronto Raptors announcer, Mark “Strizzzy” Strong co-hosted the event with Dan James, content creator and founder of The Danocracy channel on YouTube. The evening was filled with live musical performances from Canadian pop sensation Tyler Shaw, John River, Rhythm Works and a virtual youth choir.

“Tonight was a big success because of the hard work put forward by OSG Host and Organizing Committee, City of Mississauga staff, volunteers and Games sponsors who have contributed so much to make these Games possible,” OSG Games Chair and Member of Parliament for Mississauga East–Cooksville, Peter Fonseca. “It’s so wonderful to see the passion, energy and enthusiasm that many of these young athletes have brought to the Games. The Opening Ceremonies inspired possibilities for the many athletes in attendance, touching on important themes such as strength, togetherness and endurance.”

Throughout the four-day competition, elite youth athletes will go for gold in a variety of sports such as basketball, volleyball, wrestling, weightlifting, boxing, karate, triathlon, cycling and more.

The 2016 Ontario Summer Games in Mississauga is presented by the Province of Ontario, Games Ontario the City of Mississauga and Tourism Toronto.

For a detailed list of competitions, locations, news and updates about the Games, visit: Follow the Ontario Summer Games on Twitter and use the hashtag #BringItHome.


Games Ontario
2016 Ontario Summer Games is supported by the Ontario Government, through its Games Ontario program. This program delivers or supports multi-sport events, including the Ontario Winter and Summer Games for youth, the Ontario 55+ Summer and Winter Games and the Ontario ParaSport Games.

Supporting Ontario sporting events is part of Game ON – The Ontario Government’s Sport Plan, which is encouraging as many people as possible to play organized sports, helping Ontario’s high-performance athletes pursue excellence and promoting increased tourism and economic development.

Mississauga 2016 Ontario Summer Games

The City of Mississauga is the official host for the 2016 Ontario Summer Games, taking place August 11 to 14, 2016. The Mississauga 2016 Ontario Summer Games are the largest multi-sport event in Games history. More than 3,500 athletes from across the province will arrive in Mississauga to compete in individual and team events.

More than 500 coaches and officials and sports fans will also be attending the Games.

The majority of the Games will be held at 16 Mississauga venues and neighbouring municipalities: Brampton, Caledon, Etobicoke, Innisfil and Welland.

Ontario Summer Games: Live Video Stream

On August 11th, the Opening Ceremonies of the 2016 Ontario Summer Games are taking place at our very own Hershey Centre. If you are unable to attend the event, you need not worry. If you visit Mississauga Live Streaming you won’t miss out on the excitement of the games! The Opening Ceremonies and Live Stream will begin at 7 p.m. and run until 7:45 p.m.

Be sure to check it out!

Region of Peel’s Medical Officer of Health has issued a Heat Warning

Forecast daytime temperatures are expected to be at least 31oC and overnight temperatures are 20oC or above. Humidex is at least 40oC

Tips for Hot Days

  • Drink lots of plain cool water before you feel thirsty
  • Stay cool and if possible, stay in an air-conditioned place
  • Wear a wide brimmed hat, UV protective sunglasses, and loose-fitting long shirts and pants.
  • Stay in the shade whenever possible
  • Reschedule or plan outdoor activities for cooler parts of the day
  • Call or visit family, friends and neighbours, especially isolated adults and seniors who are at greater risk of suffering from heat-related illness
  • If you feel faint, have difficulty breathing or feel confused and disoriented because of the heat, call your doctor. In an emergency, call 911.


For more information on how to protect your health during the heat, visit the Heat web site or review the various Guidelines which outline steps to help prevent heat-related illnesses.

Libraries Re-Open Today at 1 p.m.

The Mississauga Library Board and Mississauga City Council ratified a four-year collective agreement with Library Union CUPE Local 1989.

Reopening Details:

All City of Mississauga libraries will reopen at 1 p.m. today.

Late materials due during the strike are waived until August 17, 2016.

Regular programming will resume on July 28, 2016.

For more information about Mississauga libraries, visit

City of Mississauga Reaches Tentative Settlement with Library Union CUPE Local 1989

The City of Mississauga and Library Union CUPE Local 1989 have reached a tentative memorandum of settlement.

The tentative settlement will be presented to the members of CUPE Local 1989 for ratification. It will then be presented to the Mississauga Library Board and Mississauga City Council for ratification.

Details of the settlement will be shared after ratification. Libraries in Mississauga will remain closed until further notice.

Four Opportunities to Drop-Off Old Waste Containers

Residents have 4 opportunities left to drop off old blue boxes, green bins, kitchen containers and plastic garbage cans on the following dates at the following locations:

Saturday, July 23rd: 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Lakeview Water Treatment Facility
920 East Avenue, Mississauga

Peel Public Works Yard
2 Copper Road, Brampton

Saturday, August 6th: 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Iceland Arena
705 Matheson Blvd East, Mississauga

Saturday, August 13th: 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Peel Curing Facility
4400 King St, Caledon


Residents can also drop-off old containers to any of the 6 Community Recycling Centres. For those residents who have challenges in dropping off their containers they can contact the Region at 905-791-9499 or