COVID-19 has robbed us of many things, with the arts and culture sector being one of them. 
It's tough times we're living in, Mississauga.
While Mississauga residents have come to understand the importance of staying home as often as possible in the midst of the coronavirus outbreak, many are understandably upset and disappointed that
Mississauga is well known for its festivals, as it's become the site of food, beer and music events that attract thousands of people each and every year.
March Break is fast approaching, and with it comes the age-old question: How do you keep the kids entertained while they’re out of school?
Mississauga is no stranger to memorable and exciting musical performances, and it looks like opera fans have one last chance to check out a beloved production at the Living Arts Centre. 
For many newcomers to Canada (as well as children of immigrants), cultural clash is something they know all too well.
Winter break is fast approaching (or it’s already here depending on when you’re reading this), and the kids are home with nothing to do. They’re counting on you to cure their boredom.
You don't need to travel to Toronto to check out high-end, elevated art, as one of Mississauga's newest venues is currently hosting a much-buzzed-about art exhibit that's here for a limited time on
This fall and winter, some of the best in entertainment is coming to the Living Arts Centre in Mississauga!