TORONTO -- Ontario is extending a line of credit of up to $500 million to its lottery and gaming agency.
While the City of Mississauga has already elected to delay the
When the novel coronavirus began spreading like wildfire throughout the world, few knew how to best address the deadly and highly contagious virus that has now claimed the lives of over 300,000 peo
While the province has approved the opening of off-leash dog parks, outdoor sports facilities, multi-use fields, and park picnic sites, benches and shelters as of May 19, the City of Mississauga ha
OTTAWA -- The Victoria Day weekend has long been the unofficial kick-off to outdoor season in Canada.
While COVID-19 has resulted in rental rates dropping across Canada, prospective tenants in Mississauga aren't getting much of a break. 
While the Ontario government is working to gradually reopen the province's economy (in fact, an announcement on the first phase of the province's reopening plan is expected to be made on May 14), M
At a May 13 meeting, Mississauga city council was presented with a framework that it
While schools are closed in a bid to stop the spread of COVID-19, the Peel District School Board (PDSB)—which operates schools in Mississauga, Brampton, and Caledon—has made headlines for how it'
Mississauga's Diversity and Inclusion Advisory Committee (DIAC) has been called upon to analyze council's decision to waive noise bylaws to allow mosques to temporarily broadcast a nightly call to