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Top 12 Indie-Store Gift Guide in Mississauga

We are in full-fledged Christmas panic mode with less than 12 days to Christmas. Here is a local Christmas guide to Mississauga stores offering unique gift ideas to just about everyone. 

Top 5 Movies Filmed in Mississauga

Mississauga is a popular destination for movie crews from around the world. The quaint neighbourhoods and upbeat downtown core provide a backdrop that we can be proud of for any movie.

Room Escape Games Hit Mississauga

One criticism that’s often levied against any suburb — and it’s a valid one — is that each house-heavy subdivision is overflowing with people who have few entertainment options beyond big box chain

Top 5 TV Shows Filmed in Mississauga

Mississauga might not be Hollywood North, but a surprising number of major TV shows are shot here.

Top 5 Holiday Activities in Mississauga

If you’re known to visit shopping malls and/or plazas, enjoy festive lighting or own a calendar, you know the holidays are upon us and have been since midnight on Halloween (not that I’m complainin

Aerial shots of Mississauga from the early 1970’s

Check out these incredible aerial shots of the Port Credit, Mississauga Valleys and City Centre from the early 1970’s.

Top 5 Date Ideas on a Budget in Mississauga

If you’ve been in a relationship for a while, dinner and movies become stock date night ideas.  Although delicious and entertaining, they do not have the ring of an exciting new adventure to conquer together. 

Spotlight: Mississauga Steelhead Stuart Percy

We recently caught up with Toronto Maple Leafs 2011 first round draft pick and Mississauga Steelheads captain Stuart Percy. Find out what this lifelong Leaf fan had to say about the day he got drafted, how his dad helped mold him into the player he is today and his favourite restaurant in Port Credit. And check out the Quick Facts video to see what “STUing” is all about.

Inside Square One in 1974

Here’s an event going on at the open air court they had at Square One in 1974. This is where food central would be now. If you look closely you will see a gazebo with the sign that says Caravan 1974 which was the Toronto equivalent of Carassauga.

The Cherry Hill House and How It Was Saved

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 home was built at the north-west corner of what is now Dundas and Cawthra Rd. Note the old horse and carriage on what was then known as the Dundas Highway. Joseph Silverthorn was a militiaman during the war of 1812.

A Look Back at Square One 40 Years Ago

Square One Shopping Centre in Mississauga is turning 40 years old and is expanding once again. Let’s look back though these incredible images of Square One when it was first built way back in 1973.

Top 5 Korean BBQ in Mississauga

Mississauga might not have as many Korean BBQ restaurants as our friends to the east, but we have some pretty good ones.

Top 5 Business Lunch Restaurants in Mississauga

The choice of restaurant is important in a business lunch and Mississauga has a lot of good choices.

Mississauga's Top 5 Pizza Places

Mississauga is becoming a great home for good pizza. I have searched high and low in the city to help you satisfy your pizza craving no matter what style of pizza you want and here is my list of the top five pizza places: 

Top 5 All You Can Eat Sushi Joints in Mississauga

In Mississauga gone are the days of production line sushi, uninspired plating of sashimi and soya sauce stained paper menu check box items for all you can eat sushi.

Top 5 Roti Shops in Mississauga

When you are hungry there is nothing better than a good roti and Mississauga has some good selections. Here are the top 5 places to get your roti fix in Mississauga:

Top 5 Places for Asian Noodles in Mississauga

When looking for Asian noodles in Mississauga, all you have to do is locate Square One and go west on Burnhamthorpe.

Top 5 Places to Eat on a Budget in Mississauga

As you may have noticed, I’m a baller. Moet, veal medallions and only the finest woman will satisfy my very expensive tastes.  However, when I am not cruising around Dubai in a Bugatti Veyron I’m saving dough by eating out at the cheapest spots I can find in Mississauga.

Top 5 Brunch Spots in Mississauga

They say breakfast is the most important meal of the day and I concur — especially weekend brunch. Brunch offers more than just the standard every day breakfast fare that typically serves to simply satisfy your morning hunger or take care of that hangover.

Top 5 Bakeries in Mississauga

Mississauga actually has a lot of great bakeries that have everything from tasty treats, cakes, fresh baked bread, homemade pies and so much more.

Top 5 Shawarma Joints in Mississauga

There are probably more shawarma joints per capita in Mississauga than any other city on earth. We went to dozens of different shawarma joints and some places put Tupperware-stored chicken in my pita while others used chicken from the spit and then grilled the shavings with seasoning — the way a good shawarma sandwich/wrap should be made! 


Junia-T Drops Wisdom For the Youth in his Video

Fresh off of his UK tour, Junia-T follows the release of his album Eye See You with the video premiere of “Wasting Time”.

music insauga: The Meligrove Band

For our readers who have never heard your music in Mississauga, explain your sound in 140 characters:

Best bros with distortion pedals.