Friends are rallying around a beloved and active member of the Port Credit community and restaurant scene who was seriously injured in a tragic accident in Costa Rica.
Shoppers prepare and everyone else beware - Black Friday is this Friday, November 24, 2017! 
It looks like Mississauga's well-loved (and for good reason) food scene is about to get just a touch more elegant and unique.
Although the Ontario government's ambitious plan to raise the minimum wage—quite dramatically, to boot—has been controversial, critics have not been able to stop the legislation's momentum.
Friends are rallying around a beloved and active member of the Port Credit community and restaurant scene who was seriously injured in a tragic accident in Costa Rica.
Police have reported a stabbing tonight in Mississauga. Police said that a call came in at 7:28 p.m. about a stabbing in the area of Meadowvale Town Centre. 
A man has succumbed to his injuries after a stabbing in Mississauga tonight. 
Police have reported a robbery tonight. A call came in at 5:11 p.m. about a robbery at Southdown and Royal Windsor, say police.
Mississauga has a pretty strong roster of exceptional indie cafes that offer everything from excellent brews to tasty bagels to impressive vinyl selections.
Canadian regulations for organic food are world renowned and are applied to foods grown here on our own soil as well as those imported from other countries.
They say breakfast is the most important meal of the day and I concur -- especially weekend brunch. Brunch offers more than just the standard every day breakfast fare that typically serves to simply satisfy your morning hunger or take care of that hangover.
We won't kid ourselves and call Mississauga a tourist town because that wouldn't be entirely accurate.
Back in February, we found out that Greater Toronto Airports Authority (GTAA) has plans to transform Pearson Air
Over the past year or so, the city of Mississauga has conducted numerous public open houses and meetings on the future of Dundas Street.
Earlier this year, Mississauga City Councillor Jim Tovey announced that Imperial Oil Ltd. signed an agreement of purchase and sale with Port Credit West Village Partners Inc (WVP).
An enormous (and decidedly project) that will create homes for up to 20,000 people, launch six new neighbourhoods, provide up to 9,000 new jobs and fundamentally change the city’s waterfront foreve
They say breakfast is the most important meal of the day and I concur -- especially weekend brunch. Brunch offers more than just the standard every day breakfast fare that typically serves to simply satisfy your morning hunger or take care of that hangover.
Ah, chicken wings—some of the best and most universally beloved menu items. Flavourful and delicious, they’re perfect with a beer, carrot sticks and good company.
Ah, Timmies. A Canadian classic, right next to moose, igloos, and Justin Bieber.
Gone are the days of production line dishs, uninspired plating and soya sauce-stained paper menus with check box items for all you can eat sushi.
A few months ago, we learned that some big-name stores and restaurants were coming to Eri
You know how the old saying goes—when one door closes, another one opens.
One of the world’s best known (and most original) natural beauty brands has been serving customers in Mississauga and beyond for decades—but it’s about to bring shoppers an exciting new experience
After a few difficult weeks of waiting, lovers of Japanese cheesecake are seeing their patience rewarded.
This. Is. So. Exciting.One of my most favourite places in Halton is teaming up with Pizza Pizza for a heavenly treat.
If you’re a cost-efficient traveller, you love Montreal, or you just want to get away for the holidays, there’s an incredible deal going on for trains between Toronto and Montreal!
How comfortably are you living in Mississauga? If you have food in the fridge, a roof over your head, access to transportation, and a stable job, stats show you might be doing better than most.
Police are appealing to witnesses or involved parties to come forward following the release of a World Star Hip Hop video featuring a massive 10-15 person brawl in the parking lot of a residential
A man has been transported to a trauma centre in serious condition following a crash on Hwy. 407 near the Mississauga-Milton border, Peel Paramedics report.
A Mississauga man was aghast after witnessing what appeared to be an exceedingly racist tirade at a Cooksville area walk-in clinic.
Peel Regional Police are searching for suspects after a Mississauga family’s home and vehicles were brazenly vandalized on Saturday morning.
If there's one concept that's being fundamentally revolutionized, it's the idea of the traditional workspace.
Twenty-two “unprofitable” stores are closing and a grocery home-delivery service is being unveiled next month, Canada’s largest retailer - based in Brampton - announced on Nov. 15.
In a world where the workplace is constantly evolving and changing, education has never been more valuable or important—especially for students looking to change careers or master more skills in a
People who enjoy community centres and all they offer the neighbourhoods they reside in might be very happy to know that another centre is about to break ground in Mississauga.
With rental prices increasing every year, I'm often asked how to find affordable housing in Mississauga.
This Place: This spacious 3,000 square foot family home has great bones, a stylish kitchen and a huge rec room that's ideal for guests
Although the housing market has been the subject of heated debate and intense controversy for months (probably years, to be fair), the fact remains that many residents in Mississauga and beyond wan
You knew it was expensive to live in Mississauga.
The corner of Mavis and Dundas Streets, halfway between Erindale and Cooksville, was rocked the evening of Sunday, November 10, 1979.
It has been 38 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
Although there are many occassions to celebrate women (International Women’s Day in March, Women’s History Month in Canada in October, Mother’s Day in May), few actually pay attention to the storie
Square One Shopping Centre in Mississauga is over 40 years old and has always been growing and expanding. Let's look back though these incredible images of Square One when it was first built way back in 1973.
Mississauga is a city that has been built from the ground up; as such, large scale infrastructure projects are no stranger to Canada's sixth largest city.
Mississauga is a growing urban space that's evolved from a sleepy bedroom community to a populous and exciting Big City.
When visiting Square One, avoid all the construction by parking in the empty Target parking lot. You're a little further from the mall,

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