One Dead After Stabbing in Mississauga
UPDATED: Stabbing Near Major Shopping Centre in Mississauga
Two Suspects Flee After Stealing Cases of Alcohol in Mississauga
Big News About Minimum Wage Legislation in Mississauga and Beyond
Mississauga Takes Action Against “Disgusting” Insect Infestations in the City
Here’s What’s Happening with the Massive Cooksville GO Redevelopment in Mississauga
Residents who regularly use the Cooksville GO station no doubt know that the facility is about to undergo a monumental transformation.
5 of the Biggest Condo Developments Coming to Mississauga
Once a bedroom community known for sprawling subdivisions filled with tidy detached houses, the City of Mississauga has grown exponentially to become more of a semi-urban space full of impressive s
What Does the City of Mississauga Spend its Money On?
When residents hear about potential property tax hikes, some react with anger (who is overspending and therefore asking for more of my money?) and concern (will I be able to continue living here?).
A Look at Fascinating Census Data for Mississauga
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.
Do You Know What's Happening with the $1.4 Billion LRT Coming to Mississauga?
The Metrolinx Hurontario Light Rail Transit project (more colloquially known as the LRT) is moving forward. In fact, it’ slated to break ground sometime next year.
Analysis Suggest 185,000 Jobs at Risk Due to Minimum Wage Increase
The proposed minimum wage hike has been greeted by a mix of criticism and support, with one side arguing that it’s time to provide all workers with livable wages and the other suggesting the hike w
Mississauga Pastor Returns to Church After Being Held Captive in North Korea
The Mississauga church pastor who was held captive by the North Korean regime for over two years has finall
Will Parts of Mississauga Parks Stay Closed All Summer?
It’s no secret that this summer has been brutal—endless days of rain accompanied by grey skies and flood warnings.
Mississauga Planning to Buy Up Homes to Create “Central Park”
The dearth of parkland in one of Mississauga’s busiest neighbourhoods might be rectified in the future should an interesting plan—a very, very interesting plan—come to pass.
Affordable Housing Units Coming to Mississauga
For well over a year now, Mississauga has been working to address the mounting affordable housing crisis plaguing the city.
What's your Caribbean restaurant in Mississauga?
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