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  • Council Outcomes October 28, 2020: Renaming of Central Library & Motion Condemning Islamophobia

    Today, Council put forward a motion to condemn Islamophobia along with approving the renaming of Mississauga’s Central Library in honour of former Mayor, Hazel McCallion. “There is no tolerance for intolerance. Mississauga, as a multicultural and dynamic community, along with all communities in Canada, must be welcoming, inclusive and safe. Places where all people, can live, work and raise a family without experiencing any form of hatred and bigotry,” said Mayor Bonnie […]

  • Region of Peel enters into a confirmed second wave of COVID-19

    Peel Region is in seeing a second wave of COVID-19, and we’re asking residents to take a serious look at what we can do to reduce the spread. The pandemic in our community has not slowed the way we anticipated. We need to make changes now, in order to get control of the spread of COVID-19. Recent trends linked with Thanksgiving have pushed us into a second wave. The pandemic […]

  • GTHA Mayors and Chairs support public health officials providing a safe path forward for businesses

    For Immediate Release October 26, 2020 “Today, Mayors and Chairs from the 11 largest municipal governments across the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area took part in their weekly call on the ongoing response to COVID-19. The Mayors and Chairs have been working together since March to ensure a coordinated regional response to the pandemic. While only certain parts of the GTHA are currently in a modified Stage 2, all the […]

  • Ontario Guidelines for Halloween during COVID-19

    This year, Peel Public Health’s recommendation on celebrating Halloween takes into account the risk of COVID-19 transmission in the Peel community. The Halloween guidance reflects what is right for Peel. In the spirit of community safety, Halloween is not cancelled but will look different this year. Peel Public Health continues to recommend keeping celebrations to close contacts within your immediate household. Trick or treating may be associated with other high-risk […]

  • Council Outcomes and COVID-19 Reminders

    October 14, 2020 Council Outcomes and COVID-19 Reminders October 14, 2020 Today, Council approved support for MississaugaGives to help make a difference in the community. “As a Council, we are proudly supporting MississaugaGives once again this year. No matter how small the gesture, many actions can go a long way to improve the lives of others when we all take part. I encourage everyone to look at what can be done to […]

  • Road Safety Continues to be a Priority as Students Head Back to School

    September 8, 2020 As students head back to school this September, the City of Mississauga wants to remind everyone to be alert and cautious when using roadways. [Watch video] “I’d like to wish the thousands of students across Mississauga a great first day back to school! Whether you are returning to class or participating in virtual learning, it is an exciting time for students, parents and teachers alike. Our goal […]

  • Select City Services Set to Reopen on September 8

    September 2, 2020  As part of the City’s phased and controlled reopening plans, some limited City services will be available in-person, by appointment only beginning September 8: Marriage licenses – Book appointment online here. Service provided at Civic Centre (300 City Centre Dr.). Mobile licensing – Book appointment online here. Service provided at Mavis North Yard (3235 Mavis Rd.). Business licensing – Book appointment online here. Service provided at Civic […]

  • Select City Services Set to Reopen on September 8

      September 2, 2020   As part of the City’s phased and controlled reopening plans, some limited City services will be available in-person, by appointment only beginning September 8:   Marriage licenses – Book appointment online here. Service provided at Civic Centre (300 City Centre Dr.). Mobile licensing – Book appointment online here. Service provided at Mavis North Yard (3235 Mavis Rd.). Business licensing – Book appointment online here. Service […]

  • School openings – Procedures

    https://peelschools.org/schools/reopening/safety/Pages/default.aspx#procedure   We hope the link with information will be of assistance to you.

  • Classic Car Event in downtown Port Credit – Great Success !

    September 1, 2020 On Mississauga’s historic waterfront, local restaurants and stores have been sent spinning by COVID-19. Since the city moved to Stage 3, an innovative community event has drawn locals and their wallets back, along with classic Camaros and glittering Chevelles, offering a last minute boost before colder weather sets in. Click here to read full article