As we head closer to the end of February and Black History Month, let’s take a look back at some fascinating history involving a prominent leader in the black community.
The incoming weather conditions across southern Ontario look to cause some major, water-related problems.
More like a “Political Blind Date” to be precise.
While milder temperatures are headed to Mississauga, other dangerous conditions might make headlines over the weekend.
More like a “Political Blind Date” to be precise.
While milder temperatures are headed to Mississauga, other dangerous conditions might make headlines over the weekend.
Oh no, it's finally happened! You promised yourself you would be the most careful person on the road, but nevertheless you got yourself (and your car) into a bit of a fender bender.
This may be an issue that gets not only Doug Ford’s PC party base solidly behind him, but most Ontario voters as well.
Here are the 5 hottest restaurants in Mississauga for the week of Feb. 16-22, based on the amount of organic page views and searches these restaurants received on insauga.com.
No matter what restaurant you go to in Mississauga, you will almost always find calamari on the menu.
Deep fried and usually crunchy, churros get even the most well-behaved of us all riled up!
There are two types of Chinese takeout joints in Mississauga: ones that give you fortune cookies and ones that don’t.
Pancakes or waffles? This is an important debate that has been ongoing for years, and no matter side of the spectrum you lean towards there’s no denying that both are delicious.
It looks like it was over before it even began.
There are two types of Chinese takeout joints in Mississauga: ones that give you fortune cookies and ones that don’t.
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 an exceptional sandwich.
Summer might be far away, but no time is a bad time to wander Lakeshore Rd. in search of a brand new restaurant.
With icy cold temperatures quickly becoming a mainstay of this winter season (as they are of any winter season, really), you might be looking for more indoor activities to partake in until we’re we
If you’re an aficionado of interesting and locally-prepared burgers, then you’re in for quite the treat.
Diners in search of another Middle Eastern restaurant with a stunning interior are in luck—a highly-anticipated (and exceedingly chic) new hotspot has officially opened its doors. 
You might think that malls are meant for shopping (and eating), and while that’s certainly true, they also tend to host different activities from time to time.
The "Me Too" movement, which was launched to encourage women to express solidarity with those who have experienced sexual harassment, assault and misconduct (and also share their own stories), has
Traveling can be stressful, but it doesn’t have to be.Especially when dogs are there to support more nervous travelers.
While stores and restaurants tend to come and go, it’s always hard for shoppers to lose a local haunt that’s been occupying the same location for several years.
If you went to Square One in Mississauga to get some shopping done over the weekend, you might have noticed that the shopping centre was a little more crowded than usual.
Police cars are a fairly common sight in any city — you’ve surely seen quite a few of them during your regular commutes to work or school.
There is no moment like one that’s caught on video and immortalized on the internet forever—and Mississauga had a lot of those this year.
Over the years of running insauga, people have told me many things about Mississauga because they assumed that I am interested in everything Mississauga.
If you're the owner of a small or medium-sized Canadian company, and are looking to invest in its growth, you have the chance to apply for a unique opportunity.
It’s no secret that life can be tough in Mississauga, especially with the cost of living continually outpacing wages (it can be difficult to purchase a $500,000+ house on a $40,000 a year salary, t
Affordable housing is already a hot button issue in Mississauga.
Now that it’s officially 2019, you’ve probably been thinking a lot about your list of New Year’s resolutions.
When millennials began fretting (rightfully so) over skyrocketing housing prices in Mississauga and surrounding cities, some unsympathetic naysayers poo pooed their concerns, saying that young peop
This Place: This spacious 3,000 sq. ft. home boasts a classic and charming exterior and a fresh, updated interior that's both homey and chic
Want to purchase a home in Mississauga?You can do it, even though it won't be easy.
While condo development in Mississauga is nothing new—in fact, 46 new towers have been proposed for the Square One area over the next 10 years—members of communities outside of City Centre someti
8 - DixieFirst Area Land Grant 1806Accepted Establishment Date 1864First Post Office 1864 (Fountain Hill, later changed to Dixie)Dates of Significance 1810 (Oldest Mississauga cemetery established)
Cooksville became a hub of commercial activity in early Toronto Township (now the City of Mississauga), as it was centered on the intersection of two important early roads, Dundas Street and Huront
Recreational and leisure activities have always played an important role in our community.
Japan is one of the world’s most fascinating and beautiful countries, and it’s home to the world’s biggest city: Tokyo.
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!
Most people take vacations to get away from their typical daily life, including their work life. However, this has been proven to be easier said than done.