We live in a smartphone world. It is estimated that nearly 75 per cent of Mississaugans own a smartphone - from school-aged children to senior citizens, these mobile devices are ubiquitous.
This Place: Houses don't come much more open concept than this sprawling, sophisticated space with ultra-chic finishes
Peel Police Chief Jennifer Evans has been named in a $21 million lawsuit due to a police shooting that occurred last year in Mississauga, according to
Here are the 5 hottest restaurants in Mississauga for the week of Dec 3 - 9, based on the amount of organic page views and searches these restaurants received on insauga.com.
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
There are few issues more delicate than coffeeshop preferences.
If the company you work for in Mississauga is doing well, the likelihood of having a company dinner, lunch or Christmas party at these places is high.
When you're hungry, nothing beats a good ol' rack of fall-off-the-bone ribs slathered in BBQ sauce.
A collision at a major intersection has prompted lane closures.
A pedestrian has been hit by a vehicle in Mississauga, according to Peel Regional Police. The incident occured Friday morning at Eglinton Avenue East and Tahoe Boulevard.
It's no secret that less fortunate people in Mississauga and the general GTA need essentials like food and clothing, but it's also imperative to remember that little things like haircuts and groomi
It’s official. Valentine’s Day is officially Hazel McCallion Day in Ontario.
Here are the 5 hottest restaurants in Mississauga for the week of Dec 3 - 9, based on the amount of organic page views and searches these restaurants received on insauga.com.
There's nothing better than authentic Jamaican food. Spicy jerk chicken, flavourful oxtail, tasty curry goat and my absolute favourite, ackee and saltfish.
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 the company you work for in Mississauga is doing well, the likelihood of having a company dinner, lunch or Christmas party at these places is high.
Yesterday, we were all shocked to learn that the Cock and Pheasant, a long-standing Streetsville mainstay known for raucous nights and live music, was closing its doors for good.
If you like having a big and diverse burrito scene, we've got good news for you—popular chain Bar Burrito is opening a brand new location in Mississauga.
Tacos have never been synonymous with Asian cuisine, but as fusion food gets hotter by the day, it's not at all surprising—and is in fact quite delightful—to find restaurants that put their own u
Well, here's some good news for all you tech-savvy readers out there—Google just opened a retail l
So, this is why the 401 was closed last night! 
Recently, the CB&C Leasing Inc. dealership (located on Royal Windsor Drive near Mississauga) reported that a Mercedes was stolen from their property.
A video of an over-enthusiastic Mississauga Steelheads fan has gone, fortunately or unfortunately (depending on your perspective), viral. 
Mississauga residents had a difficult time driving last night when traffic lights stopped working intermittently in the Erin Mills area around 9:30 p.m.
Many Ontarians have fond memories of hopping into their cars and speeding off, across the border, to enjoy a weekend of outlet mall shopping--especially during the holidays (and Black Friday) season
The Raptors 905 dealt the Fort Wayne Mad Ants their first loss of the season; a 109-107 come from behind win where the Mad Ants blew a commanding first half.
If you spent some time at Square One this past Black Friday weekend, you know it can be difficult to find parking at the sprawling, ever-growing shopping centre.
The Raptors 905 announced that rookie centre Jakob Poeltl was assigned to the D-League team today via Twitter.
Most people can think of a celebrity they worshipped during their tender years, but few can say that they felt a cosmic, undeniable and somewhat spiritual pull to that person -- a pull that compelle
Not all heroes wear capes, as the old saying goes.  In fact, one of the most noble, heroic things you can do is pick up trash that's just lying on the ground. 
Hazel McCallion, Mississauga's larger-than-life mayor for 36 years, was first elected Mayor in November 1978.
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.
This Place: This 7,200 sq. ft. home was designed by acclaimed architect Bill Hicks and sits on a secluded ravine, offering stunning views of the home's picturesque setting.
This Place: This gorgeous custom-built Oakville home offers exquisite finishes, a full wine cellar and a yoga room
This Place: This ultra-sophisticated mansion sits on a one-acre lot and boasts stylish, modern finishes, a home theatre, a wet bar and a stunning temperature controlled wine cellar
This Place: This luxurious custom-built home has a gorgeous open foyer, elegant marble flooring and an absolutely stunning master bathroom
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.
Arthur Luker never saw foreign battlefields, but his photos bear witness to the risks and sacrifices faced even on the homefront in the first World War.
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.
You've probably driven by the Mississauga City Hall and wondered why and how they came up with that design.
Ontario police have begun using a new method to catch distracted drivers: riding public transit.
When people think of Mississauga, they might not think—at least not at first—of its more natural elements. 
5 - Jam packed public transit:
I ask you Mississauga: who doesn't enjoy a great comic book?   Answer: nobody.  

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