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.
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.
The Mississauga Transitway opened with much fanfare a few years ago, when it was touted as Mississauga's own version of a 'surface subway,' operating as a dedicated bus lane alongside Highway
Residents and small businesses on the Ontario Energy Board's (OEB) Regulated Price Plan can breathe a sigh of relief for reduced electricity prices this summer.
A motorcyclist has minor injuries following a crash in Mississauga.The incident took place after 10 p.m. on Sunday.Police were sent to a crash involving a motorcycle and car.
The Mississauga Transitway opened with much fanfare a few years ago, when it was touted as Mississauga's own version of a 'surface subway,' operating as a dedicated bus lane alongside Highway
Residents and small businesses on the Ontario Energy Board's (OEB) Regulated Price Plan can breathe a sigh of relief for reduced electricity prices this summer.
Mississauga City Council has been adamantly against the idea of adding up to four more councillors in order to balance out their representation on Peel Regional Council should Brampton someho
They say breakfast is the most important meal of the day and Mississauga has some good all day breakfast joints to choose from. You can satisfy that just-rolled-out-of-bed hunger pain and craving for just about any breakfast dish at one of these breakfast joints.  
Cheesecake is one of the most popular desserts on any sweet menu. The rich, smooth, and creamy texture is what makes you go for a second helping.
Although your smartphone almost certainly comes equipped with the basic apps—Facebook, Instagram, some form of weather forecasting tool—there are a few that are particularly helpful when you're n
Here are the 5 hottest restaurants in Mississauga for the week of April 14-21, based on the amount of organic page views and searches these restaurants received on insauga.com. 5) Capra’s Kitchen
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:
Starbucks is getting magical for spring with their first ever Unicorn Frappuccino blended beverage from April 19-23! What is a Unicorn Frappuccino, you might ask?
A popular sports bar has shuttered one of its Mississauga locations for good. All Star Wings and Ribs, which used to operate locations in both Meadowvale and City Centre, recently closed its Meadowvale restaurant on Millcreek Drive.
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. These are the places you check out once in a blue moon for a very special occasion with your significant other. Or maybe you're just a baller and can afford to eat at these places on the regular.
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.
It’s not unusual for Mississauga--a city with a thriving, growing culinary scene--to welcome new restaurants and 2017 has been a good year in food for the city. A few weeks back, we learned that that The Captain’s Boil, a growing seafood boil resto that recently opened its latest location in Etobicoke, was setting up shop in Mississauga soon.
Nature lovers in Mississauga might be in for a treat a little earlier than expected.
While almost all sporting events are exciting in their own way, there's something particularly special (pardon the unintended pun) about the Special Olympics, an acclaimed celebration of athletes with intellectual disabilities. This year, for the first time ever, the games are being sponsored by Peel Regional Police and they're set to run from July 13-16.
A few months ago it was announced that as part of Canada's 150th anniversary celebrations, Mississauga's Culture Department was putting together an exhibit honouring Hazel McCallion's long political career entitled "Do Your Homework." The exhibit was unveiled this past we
Shoppers who love scoring incredible brand name clothes, shoes, and accessories for less (way less—up to 80 per cent off) are in luck—Styledemocracy’s annual Nordstrom Warehouse Sale is slated to take over Mississauga’s International Centre in April.
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. 
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.
Over the past decade or so, the world has witnessed an incredible—not to mention exciting—tech boom that has quite literally revolutionized the way people live and work.
Hazel McCallion and Bonnie Crombie don’t agree on everything, and that’s become more apparent as Crombie’s term has unfolded. One major disagreement? Urban sprawl. 
This Place: This decidedly unique 6,000 square foot mansion has a ton of old world European charm and unforgettable features, including a stunning double staircase in the foyer Address: 1276 Mississauga RoadPrice: $3,188,000Neighbourhood: Mississauga Road
Over the past few months (years, really), Mississauga has been the recipient of a slew of exciting new condo developments that will provide residents with more affordable (or slightly more affordable, to be fair) housing options.
Cooksville is currently undergoing a revitalization project known as Vision Cooksville that was launched by the city of Mississauga—together with residents’ input—in order to develop and plan for “a new Cooksville” that would be a more transit-oriented community suitable for pedestrian traffic.
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.
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?
As good Canadians, we all love our Tim Hortons. No matter the weather, us crazy Mississaugan's love our double-doubles and will do whatever it takes to get our caffeine fix.  

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