After weeks of waiting, dozens of people displaced by the Hickory Drive explosion have been given the go ahead to return home, according to a recent Newstalk 1010
Although the city of Mississauga came to a tentative agreement with striking library workers, libraries are still closed.
Every driver knows to stop at a red light, but you may want to be extra diligent about how exactly you “stop.”
Three people were pronounced dead at the scene of a crash on Highway 407.
Whether they are hidden from major streets or just haven't got their rightful attention in the Mississauga food scene, these food gems are under the radar.
Monday August 1, 2016 is the Civic Holiday in Mississauga and here’s what’s open and closed.
It’s called the “civic” holiday because it is the holiday that cities have authority to name. Perhaps Mississauga should give this holiday a name?
At insauga.com all our writers are always on a mission to try that new dish in Mississauga we can tell everyone about.
Who doesn't love drink specials?
A woman is in critical condition after being struck by a vehicle in Mississauga.
Got a few old waste bins you need to get rid of? You're in luck.
Who doesn't like chicken wings (other than vegetarians)?
At insauga, we are constantly eating (as if you didn’t already know that!). Because of that, we’re always on the lookout for the best new dishes in Mississauga.
Here are the 5 hottest restaurants in Mississauga for the week of July 16 to 22, 2016, based on the amount of organic page views and searches these restaurants received&n
What compels people -- especially younger people -- to leave Mississauga?
Good news, gluttonous students! One of the most prominent purveyors of decadent comfort food has opened up on your local college campus!
Square One now boasts a specialty candy store called Sugar King Factory (formerly known as Sweet Tooth Candy) where you will find a variety of candies galore!
Doughnuts… this simple fried dough confectionary is oh-so-satisfying and we have great news for doughnut lovers - there's a new doughnut shop opening its doors today in Mississsauga.
INDOCHINO, the made to measure menswear company that took the
For Marcelino "Frost Flow" DaCosta, the art of breaking isn't just a style of dance. It's a philosophy, a tool that can be used to educate and inspire people everywhere.
Are you a fan of Billy Talent or Guns N' Roses? How about both?
The Sauga Block Party happened on Friday June 10 at Celebration Square and was packed with close to 10,000 people throughout the night!
Are you a fan of Canadian rock band The Tragically Hip? Then you're (hopefully) in luck!
Students at Gordon Graydon Memorial High School were recently awarded $20,000 from Samsung for being one of eleven national finalists in the Samsung Solve for Tomorrow Challenge.
Paramount Fine Foods, the fast-growing Middle Eastern restaurant that opened its first ever location in Mississauga, has committed to providing up to 100 jobs for Syrian refugees.
Today is International Women's Day, a day dedicated to the social, economic, political and cultural achievements of the women around us.
Look out Mississauga! Chef Massimo Capra and his signature 'stache and big personality are coming our way.
The Place: This modern home is a one of a kind custom built home on Lake Ontario and a private beach.
The Place: This house in Lorne Park sits on a ravine and has a stunning backyard you have to see.
The Place: Gorgeous 6000 square foot home just on Mississauga Road.
Development for one of Mississauga's newest condominium projects, the Craftsman Condominium Residences, is
Hazel McCallion, Mississauga's larger-than-life mayor for 36 years, was first elected Mayor in November 1978.
This is an illustration from the Historical Atlas of Peel County of the Cherry Hill homestead occupied by Joseph & Jane Silverthorn and their 12 children, 9 girls and 3 boys.
The Lakeview Generating Station was opened by Premier John Robarts on June 20, 1962.
Mississauga isn't commonly associated with historical executions (it's not France, after all), but its suburban lands once saw people sent to the gallows for horrific murders.
Unless you've been living under a Rock-type Pokemon, you're probably well aware of the viral video game craze that's captivating smartphone users in Mississauga and beyond.
There's never been a better time to be a pickleball enthusiast in Mississauga.
Either somebody had an accident, or they really didn't want to miss their dentist's appointment.
Over the weekend of July 14 to 17 was the biggest Mississauga festival that easily drew over 100 000 at Celebration Square in Mississauga.