Join us for project updates on the revitalization of the north section of the Small Arms Inspection Building.
For complete project information head to the Have Your Say Mississauga Site
Date: Wednesday, July 14, 2021
Time: 6:30pm – 7:30 pm
Here’s why Mississauga is one of the best fishing and tourist destinations in Canada
You could reel in some cash with the Silver Salmon Challenge and Tourism Mississauga’s fishing charter incentive promotion!
Calling all fishing enthusiasts – Mississauga is one of the best fishing destinations in Canada! Whether you’re already a fishing aficionado or you’re just getting into it, you’re invited to join in the Silver Salmon Challenge 2021 sponsored by Tourism Mississauga, and take advantage of their “Reel in a Deal” fishing charter incentive promotion. Read More
Tuesdays at 11:00 am – 12:00 pm
During this time of social isolation we all need some connection. We would like to invite you to join us for some activities. All you need is a phone or computer to join in the fun.
Each week, I give updates on local and current events.
when prompted, use meeting number 160 084 8145
Today is National Indigenous Peoples Day – a day to celebrate the culture and traditions of our Indigenous communities.
I would like share this great initiative with Express Scripts Canada’s and Mississauga Art’s Council. Please click the link below to watch:
June 17, 2021
The City of Mississauga is searching for its fourth Poet Laureate to fill a 31-month term, starting this September until March 2024.
The selected candidate will take over for the current Poet Laureate, Paul Edward Costa, as his term comes to an end this year.
This honorary position is well suited for a poet who is skilled in poetry, spoken word and public speaking. They must also be able to speak and write on themes that are important to Mississauga residents. The position grants the opportunity to give back to the city while creating an artistic legacy.
What: Mississauga Poet Laureate recruitment
Where: Submit your application online
When: Applications close on Sunday, August 1 at 4:30 p.m.
June 14, 2021
In Canada, June marks both National Indigenous History Month and National Indigenous Peoples Day. This is a time for learning about and acknowledging Indigenous peoples as the original and continued residents of Canada, while recognizing the contributions of today’s First Nations; Métis and Inuit leaders. Read More