With the summer slowly winding down in Mississauga, you may think you’ve seen all there is to see for a day trip.
One neighbourhood in Tokyo is regarded as the heart of professional sumo in Japan, and the other a hidden gem for food by the water.
Summer is just about half over in Mississauga, and you might be nearing the end of your bucket list.
From dining on aged Wagyu beef to eating Yakitori under the tracks, two neighbourhoods you have to visit for food in Tokyo are Ginza and Yurakucho.
The federal government is taking steps to make commuting from the airport more environmentally friendly.
Summer is the perfect time to explore nature, and going on a hike is one of the best ways to do so.
Are you a fan of ghost stories? If you are, there are plenty of ghost walks just outside of Mississauga.
If you take GO transit on your daily commute out of Mississauga, this may interest you! 
For many people, summertime is travel time and for good reason—the kids (and perhaps even you) are out of school, the weather is perfect in most parts of the world and the opportunities to explore
The federal government has just put into effect new regulations regarding the rights of air passengers in Canada.