There's always something new coming to Square One.And shoppers probably wouldn't want it any other way.
Mississauga’s food scene is popping and welcoming a few gems that made names for themselves east of the border.
This Place: This spectacular Rattray Marsh mansion boasts a jaw-droppingly beautiful yard, a home theatre and a wine cellar that feels like the LCBO
For years, no one quite knew what would become of the 200-acre historical agricultural property known as the Britannia Farm.
If you like to indulge in tasty libations from time to time in Mississauga (and anywhere else in Ontario, for that matter), you might notice that they’re a little more expensive than before.
The Sheridan College Hazel McCallion campus, which is a relatively new addition to the city’s bustling (and rapidly urbanizing) City Centre neighbourhood, is expanding yet again.
If you’re a Mississauga resident who regular uses transit in and outside of the city, there are some instances in which you might be able to save a decent chunk of change.
They say breakfast is the most important meal of the day and Mississauga has some good all day breakfast joints to choose from. You can satisfy that just-rolled-out-of-bed hunger pain and craving for just about any breakfast dish at one of these breakfast joints.  
Here are the 5 hottest restaurants in Mississauga for the week of April 14-20, based on the amount of organic page views and searches these restaurants received on insauga.com.
If there's one cuisine Mississauga has plenty of, it's Chinese.
If you like to indulge in tasty libations from time to time in Mississauga (and anywhere else in Ontario, for that matter), you might notice that they’re a little more expensive than before.
The Sheridan College Hazel McCallion campus, which is a relatively new addition to the city’s bustling (and rapidly urbanizing) City Centre neighbourhood, is expanding yet again.
If you’re a Mississauga resident who regular uses transit in and outside of the city, there are some instances in which you might be able to save a decent chunk of change.
Can you guess what the oldest restaurants in Mississauga are? The answers might surprise you, but regardless of whether or not you’ve spent countless hours in these vintage joints or haven’t yet experienced them, you know that a long-running restaurant that survives the test of time has something special to offer.
If there's one cuisine Mississauga has plenty of, it's Chinese.
Can you guess what the oldest restaurants in Mississauga are? The answers might surprise you, but regardless of whether or not you’ve spent countless hours in these vintage joints or haven’t yet experienced them, you know that a long-running restaurant that survives the test of time has something special to offer.
There are a lot of great Irish Pubs in Mississauga and a great Irish pub has more to offer than the perfect pint of Guinness -- but if they don't do pour it right, you might as well be at a regular
If you love seafood, something very exciting has launched in Mississauga!
There is no shortage of restaurants or food spots at Square One, but that doesn't mean that it isn't exciting to welcome one more to the fold.
Have you ever imagined yourself dining in a decidedly fabulous fashion inside an exclusive, members-only club?
A few months ago, we found that a very popular Toronto restaurant was slated to open a brand new location in Mississauga.
Some like their restaurants fancy, some like them diverse, some like them vegan and some like them meaty.
While many people are aware that Mississauga has a rich local arts scene, not everyone is aware of how innovative—not to mention creative—it can truly be.
Do you regularly take the GO train in and out of Mississauga?
If you’re willing to stay up super late or wake up super early to catch something amazing in the sky, you might be excited to know that there will be a stunning meteor shower hitting the skies soon
It seems Canadians are eating less hamburgers.And chicken, too.They’re apparently trading them in for more soy-based options.
There is no moment like one that’s caught on video and immortalized on the internet forever—and Mississauga had a lot of those this year.
You know that “if I fits, I sits” meme that only applies to cats attempting to squeeze themselves into egg cartons and tiny Chinese takeout containers?
The corner of Mavis and Dundas Streets, halfway between Erindale and Cooksville, was rocked the evening of Sunday, November 10, 1979.
Another blaze appears to have broken out at the Heart Sushi restaurant at Bristol and Hurontario in Mississauga.
Mississauga already boasts a healthy population of well over 700,000 people, but it's still working to redevelop underused swaths of land in order to not only welcome more (a natural byproduct of d
If you're in the market for a new job in Mississauga, this news might interest you.
After just about three weeks on the market, the GTA’s only all-female ridesharing app is facing a serious issue and has been suspended until further notice. 
The latest news that the Toronto Region’s Amazon HQ2 bid (which includes Peel Region) has made the online retailer’s shortlist for their secondary headquarters has certainly got a number of people talking and really excited about the prospects of job growth and economic development.
In early April, on one of the windiest days of the year, a number of experts and Mississauga residents gathered in a spacious room at the Living Arts Centre to discuss a brand new bylaw that, if cr
Mississauga already boasts a healthy population of well over 700,000 people, but it's still working to redevelop underused swaths of land in order to not only welcome more (a natural byproduct of d
While home prices have inched back up month-over-month in Mississauga, Toronto and other GTA cities, sales have been slow.
If there’s one thing Mississauga is not afraid of, it’s change. 
When you really think about it, the name 'Mississauga' sounds pretty cool.
8 - DixieFirst Area Land Grant 1806Accepted Establishment Date 1864First Post Office 1864 (Fountain Hill, later changed to Dixie)Dates of Significance 1810 (Oldest Mississauga cemetery established)
Is Cherry Hill House Mississauga’s most haunted house?A lot of people have wondered that, and the rumours might not be too far fetched. 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, nine girls and thee boys.
Our history peaks through on the modern city’s landscape. One of the ways we can connect with our past, and the rich stories it can tell, is through landmarks and historic buildings that have, over time, evolved and adapted to new uses as our city has grown.
Love them or hate them (and other than maintenance fees, what’s not to love about them?) condos are here to stay in Mississauga.
A car crash can be scary, but Mississauga drivers are at risk to them. In any case, it’s always smart to be prepared in case of a collision.
Would you trade sex or romance for a break on your substantial student loans?
Potholes, poor road signs, crashes, traffic congestion, and more - there are a number of reasons why some of Mississauga’s roads are just terrible.

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