When people think of women in general—let alone observant Muslim women—they don't often think of challenging and traditionally male-oriented jobs like policing.

Ever since the deeply troubling death of Florida teen Trayvon Martin in 2012, the Black Lives Matter movement — a response to his violent death at the hands of excitable neighbourhood watch

In a world where bad news stories seem to be the only ones out there (fires, crimes, accidents, hydro rates, Trump), it's nice to hear about something that's joyful and positive all around.

Many moons ago during an arts and culture debate that was held prior to the 2014 municipal election, then-mayoral candidate (and current mayor) Bonnie Crombie proposed that the city look into building a Hazel McCallion museum of sorts.

A major (and completely sold out) comedy show is bringing some distinctly British humour to Mississauga to support Trillium Health Partners Mississauga.

Although massive shopping centres are not typically associated with art (even though, perhaps, they should be), some malls exhibit exciting installations from time to time that deserve a little extra attention.

You don’t have to go to Europe (or even the AGO) to experience truly fine art. 

A national women’s magazine is hip to what south Sauga residents already know.

While Mississauga--and suburbs in general--aren’t typically associated with arts and culture, the city is working to change that and is asking residents for their input by hosting a series of public meetings—one of which is happening tonight at 6:00 p.m. at Clarke Memorial Hall in Port Credit.

While Mississauga—and suburbs in general—aren't typically associated with arts and culture, the city is working to change that and is asking residents for their input by hosting a series of public meetings.