Today, the Ontario Secondary School Teachers’ Federation (OSSTF) announced one-day strikes in some Ontario school boards which will take place next week on Wednesday, December 18, 2019.
A minor spat arose during the Dec. 11 Mississauga city council meeting when councillors debated a motion to give Ward 10 Coun. Sue McFadden time off as she undergoes 'major surgery'. 
A battle is brewing between Brampton and Mississauga over how to appropriately fund Peel Regional Police, the police service that serves both cities.
Winter break is fast approaching (or it's already here depending on when you're reading this), and the kids are home with nothing to do. They're counting on you to cure their boredom.
A battle is brewing between Brampton and Mississauga over how to appropriately fund Peel Regional Police, the police service that serves both cities.
Police are searching for two armed suspects following an alleged bank robbery in Mississauga.
Good news for those who are worried about flying; you can now get a drink to take the edge off any time of day.
It's almost time for one of the rather mundane exercises any municipal government of a large city has to consider—the 'ward boundary review'. 
The year is quickly coming to an end, and for some that might mean using up the remaining vacation days they still have left.
Need a little 'pick me up' after that heavy dinner? Well, then a tiramisu may be what you're looking for.
The company holiday party is a strange beast.


There will be a lot happening at Square One in Mississauga this holiday season, and festive shoppers should be very happy to hear that the shopping centre’s Merry & Bright Holiday Market is ret
The holiday season is officially upon us, so now is the perfect time to start shopping for all your loved ones.
If you love Middle Eastern food and need a new experience to go along with it, then this fantastic Mississauga joint surely won’t disappoint.
The Green Goose Pub & Grill, which recently opened at 5165 Dixie Road, is a brand new Irish pub that offers something for everyone, especially sports fans - and if you’re looking to enjoy some
The Dr. Seuss Experience at Square One in Mississauga opens on October 26 and will run through to January 5!
Check out these 3 dishes at the only authentic Mexican restaurant in Mississauga…..and watch what happens to Bianca!Border MX Mexican grill and Cantina
Have you been in the mood for some incredible Eggs Benedict and haven’t been quite sure where to go to get it?
If you are hoping to save some pennies this holiday season (you might already be in the red if you have lots of friends and family members to buy for), you might be pleased to hear that you can pot
We all love a good teaser, and the owner of one of Mississauga’s most beloved pizza joints just posted a big one on social media.
It's no secret that we live in the time of plenty. 
Do you often order products from Walmart online?
Lovers of Pakistani street food and traditional Karahi's may find that the current offerings in Mississauga are, unfortunately, few and far between.Thankfully, that's about to change.
If you’re looking for a Christmas gift that’s a little off the beaten path, you might be excited to hear that a trendy sticker store has opened a pop-up shop at Square One in Mississauga, 
There's a lot happening at Erin Mills Town Centre in Mississauga. 
While the holidays are almost always exciting in Mississauga, they can also be stressful—especially if you’re not sure what to buy for that picky, hard-to-shop-for friend, relative or co-worker on
It's hard to believe that December—and therefore the holiday season—is in full swing. 
The provincial government has announced they will be moving to an open market for retail cannabis stores starting in the new year.
You just booked a much-deserved two-week vacation and you should be thrilled, but something is gnawing at you—and it’s not the rain in the forecast on day three of your tropical getaway. 
Do you often order products from Walmart online?
Stats Canada released its labour force survey for November this week, which found the unemployment rate is down across the country year-over-year.
In today’s competitive job market, finding and keeping work can be a struggle.
A well-known company is moving into Mississauga and the city says the brand new facility will support thousands of jobs. 
The provincial government is encouraging those looking to purchase a home to consider a tiny home.
While there's been a great deal of talk about the need for more affordable housing in Mississauga and the GTA, the solution does not appear to be more policies geared towards helping people get int
For so many people, suburban living is ideal—but not without its challenges.
Tenants who fear retaliation when reporting issues with their units might be pleased to hear that the City of Mississauga is considering implementing a program that would allow it to proactively in
The Lakeview Generating Station was opened by Premier John Robarts on June 20, 1962.
Many of roads, streets, and highways carry names of significant people or families, some of whom helped to shape life and times in historic Mississauga, and others whose influence was felt abroad.<
It’s safe to say that Mississauga is one of the most diverse cities in Canada, and it honours its remarkable makeup of people in various ways.
It has been 40 years since the Mississauga train derailment emptied the city, but browsing through the artifacts in the Peel Art Gallery, Museum and Archives' (PAMA) Moving Forward Gallery brings i
The Ontario government is investing $2.4 million in an effort to take more drunk drivers off the road this holiday season.
If you’ve ever flown anywhere during the holidays, you’ve probably experienced a delayed or even canceled flight.
Uber recently released their annual stats for 2019.According to the report, Toronto’s CN Tower cracked the top 10 most popular travel destinations this year.
The year is quickly coming to an end, and for some that might mean using up the remaining vacation days they still have left.