Who doesn't like chicken wings (other than vegetarians)?
Mississauga is becoming a big city and it needs to start making big city investments. A city is defined by its investments in infrastructure.
Every city has bylaws and while some are onerous, most work to ensure residents get to enjoy their cities.
Bagel & lox is a traditional breakfast plate that features a toasted bagel (usually pumpernickel) cream cheese, lox (a type of cured salmon that is rare, smoked salmon is often used in it
A former Peel police officer who was convicted of 42 counts of fraud and other offences relating to bogus car collisions (and who was charged with sexual assault earlier this year), has been unable
This past week, the Ontario provincial budget was delivered by Mississauga MPP and current provincial Finance Minister Charles Sousa.
A massage therapist in Peel has been arrested and charged for multiple sexual assaults.
Police are seeking the public's assistance after a homicide in Mississauga yesterday.
Okay, so Mississauga isn't exactly the Upper Eastside when it comes to late night dining but that doesn't mean we don't have anything to offer for you late night tile cutters.  Here it is the top 5 locations to dine after 2 am.
It’s an exciting time to live in Mississauga.
Here are the 5 hottest restaurants in Mississauga for the week of April 22-28, based on the amount of organic page views and searches these restaurants received on insauga.com.
If you need some fast food with a little kick to it there's nothing like South Asian food. Here are the top 5 South Asian fast food joints in Mississauga:
I'll be honest; finding pierogis, pirogi or perogies (however you spell it) in Mississauga was harder than anticipated.
The top five onion rings in Mississauga won't be found at big box restaurants, but rather truck stops and greasy spoons. These places will take the time to make them from scratch, batter and slather the hell out of them and throw them right into a fryer until they puff out to perfection and leave grease on your fingers.
It's Saturday night and you favourite sports team is about to play or you want to watch a good fight. There is nothing better than getting together with your boys, swig a cold beer, eat some wings at a bar and check out the game or fight while cheering along with a bunch of strangers. So without further adieu, here are my top five spots in Mississauga to watch sports:
Shutterbugs rejoice! Popular camera store Henry’s is celebrating the upcoming grand opening of its innovative new Oakville store (just seconds from the Mississauga border) sthis month and organizers are saying that the brand new operation is a completely new beast from the usual camera store.
When one door closes, another one opens, as they say…or in this case, a restaurant. A brand new Greek restaurant, George's Greek Grill, recently opened up in the space that formerly housed Jay's Sandwiches of the World
Pizza fans who like a little creativity—along with halal options—to go with their lunch or dinner should be pleased to hear that Pizzano Pizza and Wings recently expanded and opened a second location on Rathburn Road in Mississauga.
If you've ever wandered by a virtual reality (VR) facility and wondered what all those smiling people in headsets were doing, wonder no more—you can soon experience virtual reality in your own backyard.
If you’re in the market for craft workshops, free food and drink samples, exclusive promotions and Mother’s Day gift ideas, you are in luck—MUJI Week is set to kick off in all participating locati
What a time to be alive in the 905 because championship basketball is coming to Peel this week. It only took two seasons for the Raptors 905 to become a juggernaut in the NBA D-League. Now they'll face the Rio Grande Valley Vipers in a best-of-three series for the D-League crown in Texas this Sunday.
People who want a plethora of things delivered directly to their door might be happy to hear that online delivery service JoeyCo has launched in Mississauga and Toronto. JoeyCo, a Toronto-based service that delivers everything from groceries to retail items to dry cleaning to your front door, can be accessed online or through a smartphone app.
Nature lovers in Mississauga might be in for a treat a little earlier than expected.
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. 
The weather is finally warming up, which means it is time to break out of winter hibernation mode and head outside to have fun, try new experiences and pursue your passions. Fortunately, Meetup.com is the perfect place to look for a new activity to try out for the first time or to gather with others that share your passion. Want to learn how to knit?
Launching a startup company is no easy feat. Beyond an excellent idea, it takes commitment, resources, and courage. It can be incredibly satisfying to create an idea and build it into fruition and have it thrive. If you have invested you heart, soul, and wallet into your own startup, you certainly want to achieve your targets.
If there are two things a lot of young people are thinking about, it’s networking and homebuying (especially since homebuying has been a hot and fraught topic for months now). 
First it was state of the art traffic management systems, and now it’s this. Mississauga has been quick to embrace innovation and change and its latest initiative will not only benefit students of all ages—it'll set the city apart from the rest of the country.
Living in a condo can feel pretty safe.
This Place: This luxury home boasts well over 5,000 square feet of space and uniquely classic marlbe flooring
Mississauga renters and those looking to buy a home—not just in this city but across Ontario—knew that the interventionalist provincial government led by Kathleen Wynne,
That crash/correction that some people say is right around the corner doesn't appear to be hitting the red hot GTA market anytime soon. According to a recent Royal LePage House Price Survey, overheated home price appreciation in the region showed double-digit growth in the prices of homes across the GTA.
When people think of Black History Month, they often think of devastating stories of enslavement and discrimination.
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.
The season of festivals is upon us and what better way to kick off the warmer months than with an adorable dog festival? The city recently announced that dog lovers can soon unite at [email protected] (4190 Riverwood Park Lane) on Sunday, April 30.
An interesting comment was made recently during a Mississauga City Council meeting when someone opined that when you ask someone in Mississauga which ward they live in, they likely have no idea what you’re talking about.
Over the years, we've talked extensively about things we wish we had (a subway, our own St Lawrence Market, more signature music festivals, etc.). While it's always fun to think about the things we'd love to see in the city someday, we always like to take the time to be grateful that some things exist outside our fine borders.
The weather is finally warming up, which means it is time to break out of winter hibernation mode and head outside to have fun, try new experiences and pursue your passions. Fortunately, Meetup.com is the perfect place to look for a new activity to try out for the first time or to gather with others that share your passion. Want to learn how to knit?


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