Lakeview Village’s 4th Community Meeting on June 5, 2019

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Join us on June 5th, 2019 for Lakeview Village’s 4th Community Meeting! Hosted by Lakeview Community Partners Limited (LCPL) at the Small Arms Inspection Building in Mississauga, guests will have the chance to engage with interactive project materials, chat with the LCPL Project Team and City Staff, learn about the key changes to the Development Master Plan and provide feedback.

What you can expect:

  • Hear a presentation from our Master Plan Architect and waterfront revitalization specialists, Sasaki Associates, on the latest updates to the Development Master Plan
  • Understand how changes to the plan reflect commentary from the local community and City Staff
  • Discover how education, office, tech and innovation will be incorporated into the neighbourhood
  • Participate in an immersive engagement experience, including virtual reality, life size renderings and digital 3D modeling
  • Deep dive into concepts and ideas for creating a more sustainable, complete community
  • Get involved! We want to hear from you, and value your opinion. If you missed the last Community Meeting, we encourage you to join in the conversation, share ideas, raise questions and provide feedback.

Event Details:

  • Doors open at 6:00pm; presentation starts at 6:30pm
  • Food and beverages will be provided
  • Parking is available, and an attendant will be on-site to direct overflow traffic
  • Coming with family, friends or neighbours? Consider carpooling to help minimize parking demand and support our initiatives in creating a greener community
  • This is an all-ages event. Kids are warmly welcomed with fun-friendly activities
  • Awarded “Best New Community (Planned/Under Development)” at the 2019 BILD Awards, Lakeview Village will be Canada’s most transformative mixed-use waterfront development.

Click here to watch our highlight reel from Lakeview Village’s Community Meeting #3.

To learn more about Lakeview Village, visit our website:

“Decoding Annie Parker” June 2nd

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Come join us for an inspirational afternoon where eight extraordinary women tell their stories of how they overcame the fight of their lives and who are redefining courage and human potential every day.

Meet Annie Parker the amazing lady that caught the attention of Hollywood and inspired the movie “Decoding Annie Parker” starring Helen Hunt and Aaron Paul. See trailer below

Everyone attending the June 2nd event will come away with an autographed copy of Annie’s book entitled “Annie Parker Decoded”.

Hope to see you there.

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Region of Peel has changed the timing of its garbage exemption periods

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As you may be aware, the Region of Peel has changed the timing of its garbage exemption periods, starting this year, to maintain and enhance our waste collection services for our residents.

The new dates for 2019 and early 2020 are:


May 2019

(following Victoria Day)

June 17-28, 2019
September 2019

(following Labour Day)

September 16-27, 2019
December 2019

(following Christmas/New Year)

January 27-31, 2020

February 3-7, 2020


During an exemption period there is no maximum amount of acceptable garbage residents can put on the curb. Garbage bag tags are not required during exemption periods.

This change was made to address the high volume of excess garbage that is typically collected during an exemption period, as well as to avoid holidays and conflicts with other waste pick-up services being provided around the same time.

To proactively inform residents of this change, the Region is communicating this information through several channels, starting May 6 through to end of June, with similar reminders going out in the Fall and Winter.

The Region will also be using this opportunity to promote a waste collection notifications feature launching soon, which residents can start registering for ahead of time.

Information will be delivered to residents using Peel’s website, Twitter and subscriber e-newsletter, community newspapers and direct mail, mobile street signage, and face-to-face resident interactions with Peel’s by-law officers. Examples of Peel’s communications material are attached for your reference.

For more information about these exemption changes, please contact Paula Della Bianca, Project Manager, Curbside Policies and Programs for the Region of Peel at 905-791-7800 ext. 4513 or



Walk for Alzheimer’s – Saturday June 1st @ 9:00 a.m.

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The Walk for Alzheimer’s is one month away, our members, care-partners and community sponsors will be coming together to participate in the Walk for Alzheimer’s in support of our programs and services, and we would like to cordially invite you to attend.

Event Details:

Date: Saturday June 1st

Location: Lakefront Promenade Park

Time: Walk Starts at 9:00 am

Breakfast: 9:30-10:30 am

Event End Time: 10:45 am

Event Day Highlights

  • 350 to 400 Participants
  • Free breakfast provided by Milestones
  • IG Photobooth
  • Free T-Shirt

Event Day Promotion

Danielle Farrell | Public Education Coordinator

Alzheimer Society Peel | 385 Brunel Road | Mississauga, ON | L4Z 1Z5

289-632-2273 ext. 301 Cell 647-473-2511 | Fax: 905-507-1991 |


Freedom Pass Offers Youth Free Swims and Transit Rides this Summer

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May 01, 2019

This summer, Mississauga youth aged 12 to 14 years can ride MiWay and access indoor and outdoor City of Mississauga pools for free with a Freedom Pass. The pass is valid from July 1 to August 31.

“Summer is a great time in Mississauga and with a Freedom Pass, youth can enjoy it with free rides to our pools, libraries and parks as well as to great events, festivals and attractions,” said Shari Lichterman, Director, Recreation.

How to Apply for a Pass

  • Application forms can be downloaded and printed by visiting or picked up at any City community centre.
  • Signed and completed application forms must be submitted in person to any City community centre, along with one piece of identification (parent/guardian signature is required) displaying proof of age.
  • Applicants will also need to have their photo taken by City customer service staff to create a personalized Freedom Pass.

“The Freedom Pass provides youth with a great opportunity to learn about our MiWay transit system. Understanding how it works, how they can get around Mississauga to get where they want to go independently,” said Geoff Marinoff, Director, Transit.

The Freedom Pass program continues to grow in popularity since its launch in 2014 with more than 8,000 Freedom Passes distributed in 2018.

Freedom Pass cards will be available on May 1 (quantities are limited and will be issued on a first come, first served basis). Only valid Freedom Pass holders are eligible to ride MiWay for free. All other riders must pay regular fares. To learn more about MiWay, visit Plan a trip with the online tool or call 905-615-INFO (4636) for route and schedule information.

For more information about the Freedom Pass, please visit

Join us for a water treatment plant tour May 11, 2019

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Drink tap
water……. Join the community for a water treatment plant tour
920 East Avenue, Mississauga
Saturday, May 11, 2019
10 A.M. – 4 P.M.
Last tour at 3:30 P.M.
Learn how your tap water is treated using one of the largest and most technologically advanced water treatment plants in Canada.
Guided 30 minute tours will be offered every 10 minutes.Comfortable, closed toe shoes are mandatory for this tour.
Children must be supervised.
For more information call 905-791-7800 ext. 4409

Port Credit Slow Roll – Schedule

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Port Credit Slow Roll

Port Credit Slow Roll 2019 Community Bike Rides departing from J C Saddington Park north parking lot at 7 pm on the following dates:

  • April 25th
  • May 9th
  • May 23rd
  • June 6th
  • June 20th
  • July 4th
  • July 18th
  • August 1st
  • August 15th
  • August 29th
  • September 12th
  • September 26th

Events are subject to weather related cancellations. Notification of cancellations to be 3 hours or more prior to the event.

Join the Port Credit Slow Roll Facebook site or register at

Excess Water Conditions in local Park – Warning!

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Current water levels along the Lake Ontario shoreline are high and are nearing the levels set in 2017, when extreme conditions caused significant damage along the lakeshore in Mississauga.  Levels in Lake Ontario are higher than usual due to higher than usual intake from Lake Erie and restriction of water outflow at the Moses-Saunders Power Dam.   Staff are regularly patrolling the City of Mississauga shoreline and report some flooding along the waterfront specifically at:


  • Jack Darling Park (public access closed where the water has washed over pathways)
  • C. Saddington Park
  • Marina Park (public access closed where the water has washed over pathways)
  • Public access closed at pedestrian underpass at Lakeshore Road
  • Lawrence (public access closed where the water has washed over pathways)

High water is expected to continue along the waterfront for some time and peak over the next month before slowly receding.  I have attached some pictures of current conditions for your consideration.

  • Photo 1-St Lawrence.jpg
  • Photo 2-JC Saddington.jpg
  • Photo 3-Marina Park.jpg
  • Photo 4 – Jack Darling.jpg


The current weather forecast indicates that rain will continue to fall today and continue until Friday with forecasted accumulation of 40 mm of precipitation by the end of the week.  In addition, we are currently experiencing high gusts of easterly winds, which directly affect wave action into the shoreline. The Works Operations and Maintenance Incident Management Team has been activated and will be meeting again this afternoon to report on conditions.  I will provide another update following this meeting.


Mitigation Strategies

  • City staff are on stand-by and monitoring high risk flood areas.
  • Dewatering pumps within the Lisgar district were set up as per the High Water Protocol.
  • 1,000 sand bags are ready for use, if required.
  • Crews are standing by to clear debris on affected park pathways once waves recede in preparation for the Mississauga Marathon this weekend.

The City of Mississauga has received a Lake Ontario Flood Watch from the Credit Valley Conservation (CVC). Water safety messaging is in place on the City’s website.

Should you require additional information or assistance, please contact me………….


Community Rides all Spring, Summer and Fall

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Dust off Your Bike and Join Us for Community Rides all Spring, Summer and Fall
The First Ride is Taking Place Saturday, May 4

April 30, 2019

It’s time to tune up your bicycle for a full slate of spring, summer and fall Community Rides that begin on Saturday, May 4. These free rides happen throughout the city and they’re a great way to search out new ‘hidden gem’ routes while meeting new friends.

Visit the Community Rides page to plan out the rides that pique your interest and pencil them into your calendar.

Details of Community Rides

What: Community Rides are free, guided bike rides to introduce cyclists to riding in all corners of the city. Rides take place on a variety of roads, trails, bike lanes and multi-use paths and vary in length and style.

Who: Anybody who wants to try out cycling in the comfort of a group setting with trained marshals leading the rides.

When: The first Community Ride of the 2019 season, dubbed the Toronto Pearson Ride takes place on Saturday, May 4 at 10 a.m. Visit for a full list of ride dates.

Where: Mount Charles Park
1265 Cardiff Blvd., Mississauga – map

Details: Rides range from five to 20 kilometres. Riders on the first May 4 ride will cycle 20 kilometres. All rides begin with a safety talk before cyclists split into three groups based on skill level. Register at

Riders are required to wear a helmet to participate. Toronto Pearson sponsors the initial May 4 ride and an ice cold treat after each ride.