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Mayor Crombie to Run for Ontario Liberal Leadership

Today, June 14, Mississauga officially announced that she would be running first for the leadership of Ontario Liberals and if won would beat Premier Ford who till now seems to be strong and feel no threat. In her speech she touched all the burning issues like privatization of healthcare, housing shortages and other social issues such as homelessness. With...

Peel Safe Centre Response Project

eChief Nishan Duraiappah announced Peel Regional Police and Safe Centre of Peel Project. The team will attend non-criminal, non-violent intimate partner violence calls. Each team will consist of a police constable and a community counselor. The goal is to reduce repeat intimate partner violence calls and eliminate related femicides.

Brampton Mayor Patrick Brown Travel to Pakistan

Mayor Brown took a business trip to Pakistan to attract investors into Brampton. He met former Prime Minister of Pakistan, Imran Khan and the current administration. On his Twitter account Brown wrote, "I had a very nice chat with Imran Khan this evening about politics, democracy, the rule of law & of course cricket.  He served as the 22nd Prime...

Paramount Centre – Hockey Equipment Drive.

May 06, 2023 - Partnering with Mississauga Ringette and Mississauga Girls Hockey League, the Indigenous Hockey Equipment drive (formerly known as First Nations Hockey Equipment Drive) will collect gently used and new hockey equipment in a drive-thru event at Paramount Fine Foods Centre. Citizens are encouraged to be part of it.

Peel Police Recovers 78 Stolen Vehicles

Out of many vehicles stolen from malls, condos, homes and public parking places, Peel Police has recovered 78 vehicles. Four of the culprits namely, Imad Assi, Altayeb Bracfcany, Ref'at Faris and Michael Zureiqat is charged. Conditions of the vehicles are un-known yet. Stolen vehicles have caused a great pain to the public and police is asked to be more efficient...

Eid Celebration at Gage Park – Brampton

Mayor Patrick Brown has invited everyone to celebrate Eid at Gage Park Brampton. The event would take place on Sunday between 2:00 pm to 5:00 pm. Here is the program detail. Event will feature: ​Face Painting Cultural Displays Stage Programming Giveaways by Chalo ! Frescho Free kids games! Inflatable basketball, kick soccer and ring toss Halal Food Trucks (for purchase)...

Cannabis Stores are Legal in Mississauga Now

Mississauga - City council has passed a resolution with 12/4 to allow Cannabis (Marijuana) stores in the city. The use of recreational cannabis has been legalized federally since October 17, 2018. At the time, Mississauga chose to opt out and not allow retail cannabis locations to operate within the city. The Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario (AGCO) manages the licensing,...

Caledon Aggregate Resources Community Work

An Aggregate Resources Community Working Group is being formed to provide input to the Town of Caledon’s Aggregate Policy Study. The community working group will ensure community perspectives are considered in the review and development of updated Official Plan aggregate policies. The working group will have up to six citizen members, with a focus on members from Ward 1, residents...

Volunteers Week Celebration

This year, April 16 to 22 is designated as National Volunteer Week: an annual celebration that highlights why volunteers matter in Canada. The theme for 2023 celebration is Volunteering Weaves Us Together. From helping build a home, cleaning up a park, or coaching a sports team to cooking for an ill friend, checking in on a neighbour, or helping...

911 Awareness Week

April 9 to 15 is 911 awareness week in Peel. During this week especially, we recognise the crucial work that 911 emergency communicators and services perform in our region and around the world. 911 connects residents to Paramedics, Police, and Fire when we need immediate help. They save lives every day. Calling 911 only when someone needs immediate help...




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