An employee at a Shoppers Drug Mart in Mississauga has tested positive for COVID-19.
If you plan to spend more time outdoors this fall and winter, you might be happy to hear that something distinctly environmentally-friendly will literally light your path in a park in Mississauga.&
Khaled Iwamura chats with the mayor of Mississauga Bonnie Crombie about what’s going on in Mississauga for the week of October 27, 2020.
A little more than two weeks into "Stage 2 lite" in Mississauga, local restaurateurs are getting desperate for not only help, but answers as to why they've been targeted for restrictions despite ab
Peel Regional Police (PRP) is seeking the public’s assistance in locating a vehicle involved in a homicide investigation in Mississauga. 
An employee at a Shoppers Drug Mart in Mississauga has tested positive for COVID-19.
Good news for those looking to pick up some extra work for the holidays, Amazon announced it's creating thousands of new jobs.
Peel paramedics say that one person is in serious but stable condition in hospital following a crash on the 401 in Mississauga.
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.
If the fact the pandemic continues to drag on, and daily case counts have begun rising again, you might be itching to just get away and refresh.

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If you're like many Canadians, you may have taken to enjoying a few more libations than normal, in order to get through the pandemic.
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.
With many restaurants struggling due to the pandemic, Canadians have taken to ordering delivery from local restaurants to help support them during this difficult time.
While Halloween will undoubtedly look different this year, many families still want to celebrate the spooky holiday in some capacity.
There’s nothing like a good Jamaican patty, and it looks like Square One’s getting a brand new restaurant that specializes in them.
A popular Japanese cosmetics brand, which operates stores in Toronto and Markham, is opening its first Mississauga location in the very near future. 
If you're feeling especially stressed (as many of us are during this ominous and unpredictable second wave), you might be happy to hear that you can enjoy a yoga practice and a massage (or other tr
With male fashion often taking a backseat to its female counterpart in the retail space, it’s always nice to see new stores focused on menswear opening up in Mississauga.
A little more than two weeks into "Stage 2 lite" in Mississauga, local restaurateurs are getting desperate for not only help, but answers as to why they've been targeted for restrictions despite ab
Have you ever enjoyed a really good story and wished you could get some insight into the author's mindset, or even ask them some questions directly?
Have you noticed some familiar hotspots in the shows you’ve been watching on Netflix lately?
For the last few months, as certain amenities have been closed, Canadians have had to adapt in order to continue to enjoy the activities they did pre-pandemic.
A list of some of the companies that have taken steps under the Companies' Creditors Arrangement Act or Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act since the beginning of the pandemic:
Under pressure to address rising commercial insurance rates blamed on the pandemic, Premier Doug Ford promised this week to take action to stop what he called "gouging" by some companies in the sec
With the number of new COVID-19 cases on the rise, and more shutdowns a possibility for the near future, the pandemic threatens to further the divide between big and small businesses.
Even after we finally get through this pandemic (for some it's starting to feel more like 'if' not 'when') there are many industries that will likely look different than pre-pandemic.
This Place: Here's a rare peek into a bright and luxurious $2.3 mil penthouse in Mississauga's most striking—and iconic—condo tower
The City of Mississauga recently passed a motion calling on the province to ensure that at a parcel of land located at 600 Eglinton Ave E.
Although COVID-19 has taken a bite out of rental rates by driving some people out of dense city centres, Mississauga is still a pricier place for tenants. 
If you’ve been thinking of investing in a brand new living space in Mississauga, now might be the time.
Those who have thirsted for the normality of a visit to a gallery or museum over the course of the COVID-19 pandemic can now take in a thoughtful, immersive exhibit in Mississauga that explores "th
GO Transit is celebrating 50 years of its iconic green buses serving Ontarians.
The Region of Peel (Brampton, Mississauga and Caledon) is known for a lot of things, but not everyone realizes how interesting and rich its history really is. 
It’s hard to believe the GO bus has been around for so long, but on Sept. 8, GO Transit officially commemorated 50 years of GO bus service in the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area.
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.
Toronto Pearson International Airport is adding new technology to keep passengers safe and help prevent the spread of COVID-19.
OTTAWA -- A Federal Court of Appeal judge has dismissed an attempt by Canada's transportation regulator to prevent a hearing on its stance on flight credit for travellers.
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.