Author: Clarkson.ca Staff
Learn about Invasive Species Affecting our Environment at the Invasive Species Awareness Fair
On Saturday, May 13, the City of Mississauga is hosting an Invasive Species Awareness Fair at Tecumseh Park to educate residents about invasive species and how they affect Mississauga’s environment, habitats, ecosystems and tree canopy.
Canada: Powered by Tourism – Mississauga Celebrates Tourism Week 2023
“There is no better time to visit Mississauga or plan a fun staycation in our exciting city. With so many beautiful spots, great attractions and a variety of fabulous restaurants with delicious food, now’s the time to check out all we have to offer.”
Fatal Overnight Shooting Outside Canvas Art Bar in Port Credit
Members from the Homicide Bureau are investigating an overnight shooting in the Port Credit area of Mississauga, which left one adult male dead and another in hospital.
Clarkson Transit Station Area Study: Air Quality Study Results & Project Updates
The City of Mississauga will be conducting a virtual community meeting in regards to the Clarkson Transit Station Area Study. The City is developing a plan for the area surrounding the Clarkson GO station to help guide future development. As part of this work, a study was required to evaluate the impacts of transportation and […]
Serve on a Mississauga Council Committee and Make a Difference in Your Community
The City of Mississauga is accepting applications for citizen members to serve on several advisory committees of Council, for a four-year term.
Protect Your Home and Property from Winter Weather Flooding
Winter can be hard on a home, whether it’s new or old. The winter elements, including everything from snow, sleet, ice and wind, can lead to water damage and flooding in your home or on your property.