Trustees at the Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board (DPCDSB), the board that oversees Catholic schools in Brampton, Mississauga and Caledon, recently penned
When the COVID-19 pandemic and associated lockdown hit, no one quite knew how the red-hot housing market would fare in the face of mass layoffs and economic uncertainty. 
We get it, guys — COVID times suck. No one, not even pro-maskers, should pretend otherwise.
Business owners and their loyal patrons likely breathed a sigh of relief on Thursday when the province announced that changes to gathering limits would not extend to restaurants, bars, theatres, gy
If you spend a lot of time in parks in Mississauga, you should note that some new rules are now in effect. 
A drive-thru testing centre in Mississauga has closed its line early due to “exceptionally high demand.”
At a Sept. 16 meeting, Mississauga city councillors voted unanimously to extend the city’s mandatory face-covering bylaw and COVID-19-related restrictions on bars and restaurants until Jan.
A report from the City of Mississauga's lead solicitor is recommending that the city extend its mandatory f
TORONTO -- Ontario is reporting 313 new cases of COVID-19 today, and one new death from the virus.There were also 133 cases newly marked as resolved over the past 24 hours.
Most Anglican churches and some United churches will be reopening for in-building services this Sunday after spending the summer practising their faith online.