Looking for an experience that will add more to your night out instead of meeting your friends somewhere loud and talking over all the noise?
There is no battle more serious and important than the battle between two cities vying to be recognized as the best place to go for a slice of exceptional pizza.
A wise man once said that the best way to spread Christmas cheer is to sing loud for all to hear. That wise man was Buddy the Elf and he may have been on to something.
An interesting idea launched out of Toronto regarding the city’s inner suburbs may be an idea that places like Mississauga could look into and adopt for its own use.
'Tis the season at Tim Hortons again.The company recently announced that their popular holiday cups have returned with a new design.
It seems like there are endless ways to watch movies and TV shows on Netflix. 
Police are looking for a suspect in connection with a commercial theft incident that took place in Mississauga.
Some residents will experience disruptions to their water service in Mississauga.
The following Japanese restaurants are not AYCE sushi joints in Mississauga. These five Japanese restaurants are perfect for a romantic date or sophisticated business meeting. These are a la cart restaurants that take a little more time to make your Japanese dishes.
Here are the 5 hottest restaurants in Mississauga for the week of Nov 10 - 16, based on the amount of organic page views and searches these restaurants received on insauga.com.
Cupcakes are all the rage these days in Mississauga. The little shops seem to be cropping up all over the place, and for good reason - cupcakes are small, you can make them as simple or as extravagant as you want and the flavour options are endless. 
Hakka restaurants come in all shapes and sizes in Mississauga. You can go to a hakka restaurant where you place a cloth serviette on your lap or one where you seat yourself and get your fork and knife rolled up in a napkin.
These are some samosa places in Mississauga where they are not just the side dish at an Indian restaurant, but the main event. Samosas are good for so many occasions. They are a great party food, a great snack for lunch meetings and, to be honest, can be the cheapest lunch you can ever buy and be completely stuffed for $1.
Thinking about the trip you had to Thailand? Thinking about the one you have planned?
If you’re someone who can’t wait to see every brand’s special holiday cups every year, we have good news for you—McDonald’s is getting festive. 
Cupcakes are all the rage these days in Mississauga. The little shops seem to be cropping up all over the place, and for good reason - cupcakes are small, you can make them as simple or as extravagant as you want and the flavour options are endless. 
Hakka restaurants come in all shapes and sizes in Mississauga. You can go to a hakka restaurant where you place a cloth serviette on your lap or one where you seat yourself and get your fork and knife rolled up in a napkin.
Casual dining is usually defined as a restaurant that serves moderately-priced food in a casual environment.
Mississauga is no stranger to diverse restaurants, and it looks like it recently welcomed another one to the fold.And this one offers desserts.
Are you in the mood for some delicious Vietnamese fare?If so, we have good news for you.
It's almost mid-November, and that means it's time to get festive and start planning on hitting every Christmas and holiday market in Mississauga and surrounding cities.
Are you in the mood for a Cheesecake Factory cheesecake, but can’t make it down to Yorkdale in the near future?
This week, the Ontario government delivered their fall economic statement, otherwise known as a ‘mini-budget’, which is usually a preview to the actual budget they will deliver in the spring of 201
If you're a fan of truly spectacular classical music events, you don't have to drive to Toronto to enjoy them.
If you enjoy technology—and really enjoy seeing how it's shaping the world—you might be happy to hear that a weekend-long hackathon event is slated to hit Mississauga very soon.
After over a year of fanfare and speculation, the decision has been made regarding Amazon’s second headquarters.It’s not coming to Mississauga, Toronto or anywhere else in the GTA.
We are used to seeing political candidates debate and argue with each other over policy ideas or issues in the community.
Peel police received a call shortly before 7:50 p.m. tonight about a light pole going out in the Hurontario Street area from Burnhamthorpe Rd. E. to Dundas St. E.
A talented and brilliant model and academic who just sat down with insauga.com has been declared Miss Universe Canada 2018.
If you’re someone who can’t wait to see every brand’s special holiday cups every year, we have good news for you—McDonald’s is getting festive. 
Toronto Premium Outlets (TPO) may just become your go-to place for holiday shopping, and shopping in general.
The Canada Post strike may soon be resolved.
Do you go to school in Mississauga?If so, your academic institution has been recognized. Sheridan College has made it onto a very exciting, and honourable, list.
While almost everyone knows housing is expensive—home prices have been headline news in Toronto and GTA publications for years now—not everyone knows exactly how much they need to earn to afford
While cannabis has been legal throughout Canada since Oct. 17, it's not yet clear what kind of affect the newly legalized substance will have on the country's real estate and rental market.
The price to buy or rent a home, condo, or apartment, always seems to be increasing.
While not everyone loves condos (because they blot out the sun, or something along those lines?), most residents will have to square with the fact that condo towers will continue to dot Mississauga
Over the next week, Mississauga will celebrate Remembrance Day and take the opportunity to honour our country's soldiers and veterans.
If you searching for more stories from the "other side", here are a handful of other sites in Mississauga that might engage and inspire you.
The Lakeview Generating Station was opened by Premier John Robarts on June 20, 1962.
Most historic places have stories and urban legends, and the Peel Art Gallery, Museum and Archives (PAMA) in downtown Brampton is no exception. 
Do you plan on spending some time in Niagara Falls this holiday season?
Long weekends are always exciting -- an extra day or two where you can sleep in, calories don't count, and there's the option to go on a long, leisurely road trip!
Now that the weather is improving (kinda/sorta), you might be thinking about taking a trip to a quaint and picturesque destination with unique shopping opportunities.
Guys just want to have fun! That’s how the song goes, right?