In early April, on one of the windiest days of the year, a number of experts and Mississauga residents gathered in a spacious room at the Living Arts Centre to discuss a brand new bylaw that, if cr
So long, Oakville.And hello, downtown Toronto.Tim Hortons is moving its headquarters, the company announced Tuesday (April 17).
Mississauga already boasts a healthy population of well over 700,000 people, but it’s still working to redevelop underused swaths of land in order to not only welcome more (a natural byproduct of d
The province is amending the Highway Traffic Act (HTA) to introduce tougher penalties for careless driving causing death or bodily harm, and legislation to protect cyclists and pedestrians was intr
Planes, trains, and transit — potential connections between Toronto Pearson’s Regional Transit and Passenger Centre and the Kitchener rail corridor are being studied, the Greater Toronto Airports
Physical inactivity is a big problem that’s putting the health of Canadians at risk and 83 per cent rate it as the most serious health issue facing society - even worse than tobacco and alcohol use
For years, no one quite knew what would become of the 200-acre historical agricultural property known as the Britannia Farm.
A residential development that’s been proposed for one of Mississauga’s most well-known neighbourhoods has earned the ire of a group of residents who are decidedly not in favour of the project.
The Sheridan College Hazel McCallion campus, which is a relatively new addition to the city’s bustling (and rapidly urbanizing) City Centre neighbourhood, is expanding yet again.
If you’re a Mississauga resident who regular uses transit in and outside of the city, there are some instances in which you might be able to save a decent chunk of change.