If there's one thing the COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted, it's the need for open, accessible green space in a city marked by sprawling subdivisions and soaring condo towers. 
Peel Region is showing its fifth straight day of declining new cases of COVID-19.
Another COVID-19 outbreak has been declared at a hospital in Mississauga.  
The City of Mississauga is putting its best efforts forward by providing resources to continue to support Mississauga’s small business community after entering the Grey-Lockdown level late last mon
OTTAWA -- The head of Canada's transport regulator says the 11,000 complaints filed to the Canadian Transportation Agency since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic will not start to be processed unti
In an effort to keep students and parents updated regarding the spread of COVID-19, the Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board (DPCDSB) is tracking the numbers of active confirmed cases at sc
In an effort to keep students and parents abreast of the situation, the Peel District School Board’s COVID-19 Advisory Board is tracking the number of active confirmed positive COVID-19 cases at PD
Khaled Iwamura chats with Mayor Bonnie Crombie about what’s going on in Mississauga - December 1, 2020
If the rising number of COVID-19 cases and the Province’s decision to roll select regions back to Stage 2 has you down, you might be yearning to get out and do something you enjoy.
If the rise in COVID-19 cases has you stressed out, you might be looking to get out of the city to refresh. Fortunately, we’ve got you covered.
With new COVID-19 cases climbing every day, and cold weather fast approaching, you might be looking for some sort of fun activity to take your mind off of everything going on.
If the fact that the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases are constantly increasing has you stressed, you might be feeling like you need to get away from the stress of the city.


You might not be able to sit down at The Food District in Square One in Mississauga amid the second lockdown, but you can still purchase tasty products from a number of popular vendors.
With more restrictions for hot spot regions in Ontario already being implemented, and another full lockdown not out of the question as the number of new COVID-19 cases continues to climb, many peop
It probably doesn't come as a surprise that Canadians love ketchup--we're the only country that sells ketchup-flavoured chips.
In response to the rapidly climbing number of new COVID-19 cases, the province has implemented additional restrictions on businesses and public gatherings.
Craving cookies? Look no further because The Food District at Square One has you covered!
This year has been hard on restaurants and small businesses, but thankfully new establishments are still popping up in Mississauga - including popular chains that are finally making their way to ou
When you can't go to Paris, let Paris come to you!Laduree has recently opened a charming pop up at Square One in Mississauga.
If you’ve got a sweet tooth that regular ice cream can’t satisfy, it may be time to mix it up at this new dessert spot at Square One.
Even before the onset of the pandemic, students were experiencing the highest levels of suicidal ideation and serious psychological distress ever recorded according to a report from the Centre for
Lockdown level two has forced us to come up with creative and interesting activities from the comfort of our homes. It can be daunting looking for ideas, but we’ve got you covered. 
With Toronto and Peel already in lockdown, and the possibility of more joining them as cases of COVID-19 continue to climb in Ontario—November 27 saw the single-day record shattered with more than
Two Canadian companies are partnering to ensure families don't have to forego holiday gifts this year.
TORONTO -- Eighty per cent of Canadian manufacturers surveyed in a new report are facing an immediate labour and skills shortage that was made worse by the COVID-19 pandemic.
With many businesses having already been forced to close, more could follow suit if restrictions remain in place.
Ottawa is rolling out a wave of new funding for pandemic-battered industries including tourism, the arts and regional aviation, with smaller companies top of mind -- and large airlines notably absen
Did you know shopping locally this year could save a small business from going under?
This Place: This 7,000 square foot Rattray Marsh home offers a ton of space and proximity to the lake, providing homeowners with a natural respite from city life
Houses in Mississauga are not exactly affordable, but recently released data suggests that the average price point in the Region of Peel (which consists of Brampton, Mississauga and Caledon) dipped
Mississauga might be an expensive city to call home—the average home price in Mississauga currently sits at
Although the COVID-19 pandemic has had a profound impact on the rental market and has made it a little easier for tenants to find more affordable accommodations, units are still quite pricy in Miss
The story of Erindale Village begins in 1822 when a block of land, known as the Racey Tract, was opened for settlement under the direction of Thomas Racey, a crown agent.
OTTAWA -- A Canadian soldier buried in a nameless grave in the Netherlands near the end of the Second World War has been identified 75 years later, the Department of National Defence said Monday.
Development started over 50 years ago in the late 1960s when the McLaughlin Group began to purchase the surrounding farmland, namely the Hodges, Hepton, McCauley and Davidson fa
In historic Mississauga, as in other places, churches and places of religious assembly, were fixtures on the social and geographical landscape, and were landmarks in their respective communities.
OTTAWA -- The Federal Court has punted consideration of airfare refunds, which customers say they are owed following hundreds of thousands of cancelled flights, to provincial courts.
OTTAWA -- Immigration officials say the federal government granted 1,300 national interest exemptions during the COVID-19 pandemic to allow people into Canada who don't qualify under current border
As Ontarians prepare for the winter months, many feel added concern when it comes to driving.
OTTAWA -- New data is painting a stark picture of how the shutdown of the immigration system due to the COVID-19 pandemic has affected thousands of lives.