We all knew Canada Day was going to look a little different this year, but the day won't pass without a formal celebration. 
After initially being held back from entering Stage 2 of the province’s three-phase reopening plan, Mississauga has finally been given the green light to allow more businesses to open their doors.<
While Square One’s operators are encouraging shoppers to wear masks inside Mississauga’s most famous shopping centre, they will not make masks mandatory.
As a result of the pandemic, many Canadians have transitioned to working from home, and many don't expect this will change in the near future.
A Mississauga restaurant has ignited some debate—and some pushback—after encouraging less-generous tippers to "stay home."
Although summer will look very different this year, parents might be happy to hear that they can send their children to city-run day camps in Mississauga. 
Although COVID-19 has hurt cities and many of their local businesses, it might lead to something many municipal leaders have always dreamed of—charming, spacious patios along busy streets and in b
Although Mississauga cannot yet move into stage 2 of the province's phased reopening plan (Mayor Bonnie Crombie has indicated that the city could get the go-ahead as early as next week, however), i
We're more than two months into the COVID-19 pandemic, and while some of us have spent the quarantine catching up on Netflix (hey, no judgement here), others have taken the opportunity to explore s
With restaurants outside of the GTA, Hamilton and Niagara regions now being permitted to open their patios, restaurants within denser regions of Ontario (such as Mississauga) will no doubt be movin