Police are searching for a woman who was last seen in Mississauga.
The dust has settled on the 43rd general election across Canada, and while it has resulted in a minority government for the Liberals, it looks like it's more of the same for Mississauga and the GTA
According to a report from Peel Health, released on September 25, an average of 1.8 per cent of students are exempt for vaccinations including Measles, Rubella (MMR), Mumps, Tetanus, Polio (DPT) an
The Liberals dominated all six Mississauga ridings, a trend that continued from 2015, when they also won all six ridings.
While not all the votes have been officially counted, and there are still several ridings whose winners have yet to be officially declared, many outlets have already called the election for the Lib
Fans of Japanese BBQ might want to grab a napkin before reading this to absorb the drool--there’s a Gyu Kaku opening in Mississauga.
The Provincial government has announced they are investing nearly $2.6 million in Mississauga’s health care system.
MiWay, Mississauga’s public transportation service, has announced changes are coming to the routes their buses will be traveling.
A vehicle fire was reported in Mississauga this afternoon.Police were called at 2:40 p.m. for a truck on fire at Winston Churchill Boulevard and Laird Road.
The highly-anticipated Hurontario Light Rail Transit project (better known as the LRT) is officially moving forward in Mississauga.