A Mississauga retirement home has declared a COVID-19 outbreak after an employee tested positive for the virus. 
First responders are attending to a transport truck that rolled over on the highway in Mississauga. The incident occurred on the on-ramp to the 410 southbound near Derry Road. 
Khaled Iwamura has a chat with the Leader of the Ontario Liberal Party Steven Del Duca - August 11, 2020.
Last week, three international flights landed at Pearson Airport with confirmed COVID-19 cases according to the federal government.
OTTAWA -- The leader of the Bloc Quebecois says if Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Finance Minister Bill Morneau and Katie Telford, the prime minister's chief of staff, don't resign, he will try to t
The federal government is investing in the nation's National Parks to help support the health of our national heritage, create local jobs, and combat climate change.
The federal government is rolling out $18 million in support for projects they say will help strengthen Canada's food supply chain.
A Mississauga retirement home has declared a COVID-19 outbreak after an employee tested positive for the virus. 
If you’re yearning to be sitting on a tropical beach, but you don’t want to risk contracting COVID-19 by travelling internationally, there’s good news.
In 2020, it’s mind boggling that we are not a hotbed of burger joints like our neighbors to the east. 
If you're yearning to be sitting on a tropical beach, but you don't want to risk contracting COVID-19 by travelling internationally, there's good news.
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The Public Health Agency of Canada says there are now 239 confirmed cases of illness in the country linked to a recall of U.S.-grown onions over Salmonella contamination.
If you like your treats as cute as they are sweet, then this new Mississauga cafe is for you.
If you want to place an online order with a local restaurant, bakery, grocer or butcher shop, you might be happy to hear that you can do that more easily. 
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Starbucks lovers rejoice — a brand new location of the popular coffee chain is opening in Mississauga.The new location is set to open at Dundas and Cliff Road in Cooksville.
With life slowly inching back to normal, you might be feeling more in the mood for a decadent, celebratory indulgence. 
Nothing signifies the return to normal (well, semi-normal) more than new restaurants opening their doors in Mississauga. 
If you’re craving the flavours of the Caribbean, then this new Mississauga resto has you covered.
OTTAWA -- The federal government has temporarily set a minimum unemployment rate of 13.1 per cent to calculate employment insurance benefits during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Maple Leafs fired blanks when it mattered most -- and ran out of miracles.Now Toronto's talented, high-powered roster has a long time to contemplate what might have been.
If you want to place an online order with a local restaurant, bakery, grocer or butcher shop, you might be happy to hear that you can do that more easily. 
The Maple Leafs have shown an ability to rebound from tough, demoralizing losses this season.
If you're concerned about returning to the office as more businesses are permitted to reopen, you're not alone.
If you want to place an online order with a local restaurant, bakery, grocer or butcher shop, you might be happy to hear that you can do that more easily. 
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OTTAWA -- Canada's labour market gained 419,000 jobs last month as more parts of the economy were allowed to reopen, Statistics Canada reported Friday.
The nature of the pandemic has made it important for Canadians to have access to their own space in order to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.
While robust financial aid packages made the COVID-19 pandemic survivable for many Canadians, it temporarily decimated (and continues to affect) the country's cultural, recreational and hospitality
Although rental rates in Mississauga held strong at the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic and associated lockdown, a new report suggests that prices are down about 10 per cent year-over-year.&nbsp
A well-known brutalist eyesore that was once home to a heavily-trafficked Tim Hortons has been torn down, and something sleeker, chicer and significantly more modern (and, dare we say, exciting) wi
The small village of Summerville, originally called Silverthorn's or Silverthorn's Mill, was situated along Dundas Street at the Etobicoke Creek, on both sides of what is the modern bo
Over the years, the GO train has become a primary means of transportation for many people in Mississauga and beyond.
Always a safe haven from lake storms, the harbour proper began when the Port Credit Harbour Company was founded in 1834.
The lazy course of the Credit River today belies its importance to the early development of Peel County.
As of July 31, Canadians can apply for a passport by mail.
The Canadian Border Services Agency (CBSA) is reminding travellers that travel restrictions will remain in place at all Canadian international border crossings for the Civic Holiday long weekend.
If you’re yearning to be sitting on a tropical beach, but you don’t want to risk contracting COVID-19 by travelling internationally, there’s good news.
Air Canada has announced it will be gradually reopening its Maple Leaf Lounges in Toronto, Montreal, and Vancouver, albeit with added biosafety protocols