Although most foods and products are safe, some edibles and items slip through the cracks and when they do, it’s good to be aware so you can fix or avoid them. Here’s a list of products with recall notices. PureCare Herbal Cream
If you've been anxiously waiting for the Trudeau Liberals to make good on their promise to legalize pot in Canada, you might be happy to hear that the government is expected to introduce the relevant legislation soon. According to a recent CBC article, the Liberals should announce legislation to legalize the substance next month.
Minimum wage employees concerned about the escalating cost of living can breathe an ever-so-slight sigh of relief, as the province is slated to increase wages.
No, prices aren't cooling off. At least as far as TD Economics is concerned. According to the recent report, there's no relief in sight for prospective GTA buyers who were hoping to see the red-hot housing market cool off in 2017.
It's always sad to see a unique restaurant leave, especially when it's one of a handful of special independent gems in the City Centre area.
People who have loved dining at Villa Sorrentino, located on Lakeshore Road East, over the past two decades might be disappointed to learn that one of their favourite restaurants—and one that has more than stood the test of time—is shuttering its doors and moving on to (quite literally, actually) greener pastures.
It's not unusual for Mississauga—a city with a thriving, growing culinary scene—to welcome new restaurants and 2017 is shaping up to be a good year in food for the city (and it'll be an even better year if a well-placed rumour about a certain seafood restaurant turns out to be true).
Mississauga has some fantastic Indian restos that delight diners with their tasty menus and atmospheric charm.
Although most foods and products are safe, some edibles and items slip through the cracks and when they do, it’s good to be aware so you can fix or avoid them. Here’s a list of products with recall notices. PureCare Herbal Cream
A collision involving an allegedly impaired driver shut down part of Dundas in Mississauga. Peel police recently announced that a collision occurred in the Dundas and King Forest Drive area.  Westbound Dundas is blocked from Mississauga Road to King Forest as a result. 
Police are searching for a suspect who fired off shots this afternoon in Mississauga. The incident occurred in the area of Ambler Drive and Kamato Road, west of Dixie Road at Matheson Boulevard East. There was a report of shots being fired, but thankfully no injuries have been reported.
Police are searching for three suspects involved in a theft this afternoon in Mississauga. Around 5:17 p.m., the suspects stole the purse of a 70 year old woman in the area of Wainbrook Road and Dunrankin Drive. In addition to losing her purse, the victim lost various items inside of it including her cell phone.
Butter chicken, one of the most popular Indian dishes, is not to hard to find in Mississauga and can be found on most Indian restaurant menus.
Sometimes, after a hard hour at the gym or a very long day at work, you want steak and fries. The challenge? Satisfying your craving without breaking the bank.
Whether you love a freshly brewed coffee during your morning commute, a caffeine fix to survive an all-nighter, or a cuppa joe on the weekend, Mississauga offers some of the finest and most unique blends to satisfy your obsession with coffee.
Here are the 5 hottest restaurants in Mississauga for the week of March 18-24, based on the amount of organic page views and searches these restaurants received on
Canadian-born music chain Sunrise Records is making good on its promise to start expanding into vacant HMV spaces and recently announced that it's going to set up shop in Square One.
Gone are the days when the traditional office was a bleak, white, windowless rectangle of cubicles.
Diners who enjoy cooking and grilling meat at their tables have one more restaurant option outside of hotpot and Korean BBQ (not that there's anything wrong with either of those restos!).
Looking for something a little different to do—perhaps over this long weekend?
Emergency crews were called to an Aquitaine apartment building in Mississauga on Monday evening after a car parked close to the building caught fire and became fully engulfed in flames.
Just after midnight there was a scary moments for passengers on Air Canada Airbus 320 as it went off the runway after landing on runway 15R at Pearson International Airport.
Gang activity likely isn’t the case after shots were fired at a home in Mississauga late Monday, say Peel police. “It could be a number of possibilities,” said Const. Harinder Sohi.
While a house fire is always terrible news, it’s always good to know Mississauga’s Fire and Emergency Services is there to extinguish the flames and rescue anyone in need of assistance—even furry family members. 
In a world where bad news stories seem to be the only ones out there (fires, crimes, accidents, hydro rates, Trump), it's nice to hear about something that's joyful and positive all around.
Many moons ago during an arts and culture debate that was held prior to the 2014 municipal election, then-mayoral candidate (and current mayor) Bonnie Crombie proposed that the city look into building a Hazel McCallion museum of sorts.
A major (and completely sold out) comedy show is bringing some distinctly British humour to Mississauga to support Trillium Health Partners Mississauga.
You don’t have to go to Europe (or even the AGO) to experience truly fine art. 
Don’t think that unique jobs can only be found downtown in hyper-urban cities, they’re closer than you think. 
Phishing and other email scams are becoming increasingly more popular—and more sophisticated—which makes it hard to recognize when an email is legitimate.
Networking is imperative to young professionals as it helps to build good relationships that may help you throughout your career.
This week’s Planning and Development Committee (PDC) meeting featured another development application coming before City Council, and once again the applicant (aka the developer) is appealing before the OMB, with a smattering of residents concerns and comments as well. Council’s position on this application, as stated by PDC chair Councillor George Carlson, is that they are opposed to the current development as it stands.
The dramatic increase in house prices has commanded incredible attention over the past few years and rightfully so—detached homes are officially costing buyers over $1 million in the 905 and even
This Place: This 4,500 square foot home is modern and luxurious and evokes the same feeling one gets when perusing an expertly curated Pottery Barn catalogue.
With rental rates climbing right alongside housing prices, many Mississauga residents are grappling with a shrinking rental market that puts affordable housing even more out of their reach.
Hazel McCallion turns 96 today! Not only is today Valentine’s Day, it’s the very first Hazel McCallion Day in the province of Ontario. Mississauga has changed a lot over the years, but one thing that hasn’t changed is that it’s still Hazel Country. Take a look at photos of Mississauga’s Mayor Hazel McCallion through the past four decades.
Our city has undergone vast changes - both in terms of overall development, and in the sheer number of people who call Mississauga home today.
Almost every historic community had at least one "general store". It was a place to purchase "general" goods, groceries and supplies, often also serving as the local Post Office.
Check out shots of Lester B. Pearson Airport when it was called the Malton Airport.
Here is a novelty map of Mississauga that was created over 22 years ago.
March Break is right around the corner in Mississauga, and while the kids rejoice, parents might be wondering where to take their ecstatic children next week for some excitement and enlightenment. Luckily, there are a host of different spaces and places offering March Break fun for kids of all ages in a variety of different settings. Whether it's active leisure, fun learning opportunities or getting your kids immersed in Canadian Heritage, Mississauga has many family-friendly options for you this March Break.
While it's true that summer is ending, the warm weather should be here to stay for at least a few more weeks and you might want to take advantage of it before Thanksgiving hits and you have to start thinking about Christmas.
Mississauga is a growing urban space that's evolved from a sleepy bedroom community to a populous and exciting Big City. Because of its increasing density and close proximity to Toronto, it's a cool and convenient (but sometimes costly) city to live in.


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