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City of Mississauga on Track to Support Local Cultural and Community Groups with up to $4 Million in Grant Funding

By Covid-19, Events, Issues, Resources, Ward 1

February 17, 2021

Cultural and Community groups throughout Mississauga will benefit from $4 million in grant funding as approved by Mississauga City Council today. Seventy-five groups, including 12 groups previously approved for multi-year funding, were recommended in a staff report to receive financial support from the City for 2021. Funding will be adjusted for events that are cancelled or adapted to virtual or modified in-person events due to COVID-19 restrictions. Read More

Ramping up preparations for COVID-19 vaccine roll-out

By Issues, Ward 1

Together with our partners, we’re aiming to vaccinate at least of 75% of Peel’s population as quickly and safely as possible, with the most vulnerable populations given priority.

February 11, 2021

Together with health system and community partners, the Region continues to roll out COVID-19 vaccination plans in Peel. The Community Mass Vaccination Plan that details how the Region and community partners are working together to vaccinate residents was submitted to the province on Jan. 31, 2021, and shared at Regional Council today. Read More

Dixie Road/CNR Structure Project

By Events, Issues, Resources, Ward 1

We are pleased to announce the Rehabilitation of Dixie Road & CNR Structure at CNR bridge (north of Lakeshore):

  • Stage 1: East side rehabilitation of Dixie Road will start this spring 2021 through to late summer 2021. This work will include the sidewalk, repair of the underground water drainage, temporary asphalt pavement and line markings.
  • Following stage 1, Alectra Utilities will relocate the existing aerial wires on the west right-of-way into new underground ducts, under the west side of the roadway.  This is tentatively scheduled for completion by early fall 2021.
  • Stage 2: West side rehabilitation of Dixie Road starts in the fall 2021 through to summer 2022. This work will include the sidewalk, and final asphalt pavement on both sides of Dixie Road with permanent line markings.