A report from the City of Mississauga's lead solicitor is recommending that the city extend its mandatory f
The Ontario Medical Association (OMA) is urging Ontarians to be vigilant when it comes to following public health measures including keeping their social circle small to help prevent the spread of
It looks like Mississauga’s modest bar/nightclub scene has taken another hit. 
Most Anglican churches and some United churches will be reopening for in-building services this Sunday after spending the summer practising their faith online.
The 22nd edition of the Tim Hortons Southside Shuffle Blues and Jazz Festival is a little different this year in that fans can now enjoy it from the comfort of home.
With the cooler weather already here (what happened to summer?), many bar and restaurant owners are feeling nervous about getting customers through the door at a time when they're not allowed to pa
If you miss live performances and don't feel ready to take in a movie indoors just yet, you might be pleased to hear that a drive-in experience is coming to Square One in Mississauga. 
Well, it looks like we're heading to Game 7!
It’s hard to believe the GO bus has been around for so long, but on Sept. 8, GO Transit officially commemorated 50 years of GO bus service in the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area.
Students in Ontario will begin returning to the classroom in person today for the first time since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.