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 publi

In the past, you may have noticed the trees along Hurontario wearing stylish—or not, it depends on your tastes—brown wraps.

Insauga recently reported that the city of Mississauga launched a new Arts and Heritage Steering Committ

If you've never been on an art tour/crawl, you are missing out—they are straight up amazing.

Although it often flies under the radar, Mississauga's art world is vibrant and robust and constantly offering residents interesting, engaging and compelling exhibits.

Never let anyone tell you that Mississauga isn't home to fabulous permanent and temporary artistic exhibits that compel people to think and lift the city's profile.

As residents and visitors travel down the busy intersection of Hurontario St. and Burnhamthorpe Rd. they will see a splash of colour in the downtown core.

A new public art piece entitled 'Migration' by local sculptor Alex Anagnostou was installed at the intersection of Duke of York Boulevard and Burnhamthorpe Road. The two part sculpture, composed of aluminium, stainless steel and sandcast molten glass, forms an arrow-like gateway over the boulevard. 

Mississauga's new public art piece is here!  Possibilities, has been installed in the centre of the roundabout at Duke of York Boulevard and Square One Drive. 

Hey Mississauga! Are you ready to add some Culture to your days? For starters, if you happen to be strolling along Lakeshore Road in Port Credit, you will stumble upon some very unique parking spaces.