Mississauga has every intention of fully embracing its developing identity as a big city and it's not afraid to ask the country and province to help it meet the needs of its 700,000+ residents.
In November, an elderly woman was killed after being struck by a vehicle in the Eglinton and Hurontario
Students, teachers and parents who were worried about the potential closure of vocal music and French classrooms next year were probably relieved to learn that the Peel District School Board truste
Over the past few years, there's been a lot of talk about the incredible growth that Peel—and Mississauga—has enjoyed and is expecting to continue to enjoy over the next few years.
A new University of Toronto study has some troubling things to say about commuting on the Go train.
Sanctuary cities have become a prominent issue lately.
While most people know that coyotes are common in the city, that fact often gives people pause in the face of a tragedy.
The city, or at least Mississauga City Councillor Nando Iannicca, has very lofty plans for T.L. Kennedy Secondary School.
While commuters from Mississauga and other 905 cities are no doubt rejoicing after Premier Kathleen Wynne announced the province will not approve Toronto's plan to impose tolls on the Gardiner Expr
While Toronto—and Toronto Mayor John Tory—are reeling after Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne announced that her administration will not approve the city's plan to impose tolls on the Gardiner Expre
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