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Thursday July 19, 2018, shocked many in the political and policing communities, none more so than McFadden, the councillor for Ward 10 in Mississauga, who didn’t mince words in a statement Friday expressing her disapproval and frustration with the...
Finance Minister Bill Morneau and the Trudeau government have brought forward a Budget that aligns with many of the priorities of the city of Mississauga from an infrastructure, transit, housing, and economic development perspective. “Mississauga is working to build a...
Recently, the Mississauga Library System was awarded $122,524 in federal funding. This project was funded in part by the Government of Canada’s Homelessness Partnering Strategy (HPS). Delivered nationally, the Innovative Solutions to Homelessness funding stream of HPS supports the development of innovative approaches...
High Water Level Warning Due to record high water levels, four parks along the waterfront trail have areas with restricted public access. Impacted Parks: St. Lawrence Park No public access to the lower promenade section of the park The main Waterfront Trail...
Today at General Committee, Mayor Bonnie Crombie and Members of Council paid tribute to the City’s remarkable former Mayor, Hazel McCallion, just days ahead of her 100th birthday on February 14. This centennial celebration of McCallion, and her legacy...
The City of Mississauga is developing a Climate Change Action Plan to help minimize and prepare Mississauga for the impacts of a changing global climate. The Plan will include both corporate and community-wide actions to reduce or offset the impacts...
Today Premier Doug Ford declared a second provincial emergency for the Province of Ontario, putting forth several new measures in response to rapidly increasing COVID-19 cases across Ontario and the dire situation facing our hospitals and long-term care homes. While...
Mississauga prides itself on ensuring that good urban design is a priority in all developments within the city. Urban design is the art of shaping the interaction between people and the places through the arrangement, appearance and functions of...
COVID-19 vaccines may be in short supply, but details on where Peel Region mass virus immunization sites could be located are continuing to emerge. Mississauga Mayor Bonnie Crombie said Wednesday, Feb. 3 that The International Centre and Carmen Corbasson Community...
On Wednesday, November 1 at General Committee, Mississauga City Council approved in principle the introduction of a four per cent hotel tax effective July 1, 2018. The new tax is a result of Bill 127 which the Government of...

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