The fastest growing city in Canada and the sixth largest. Settlers were attracted to the area in the 19th century by rich farmlands along the Credit River. Between 1968 and 1974, eight towns joined together to form the metropolis of Mississauga. The city is known for its colorful architecture and cultural offerings. They include performing and visual arts, a symphony orchestra, an opera, a choir and choral society, dinner theaters, art galleries, numerous parks, and scenic gardens. Sporting enthusiasts can enjoy professional hockey, ice skating and tobogganing, cross-country skiing, hiking and bicycling on nature trails, and sports fishing on Lake Ontario
Education Centre for Language Training and Assessment |
Restaurants, Cafes, Delis, Bakeries Roasty Jack | Hart Robinson Breweries |
Motels, Hotels and Resorts Super 5 Motel | Mississauga |
Residential and Commercial Real Estate Vinod Sharma Realtor |
Shopping Teak Gallery | World Of Gifts And Home Decor |
Sports and Sporting Events Mississauga Canoe Club |
300 City Centre Drive, Mississauga Ontario L5B 3C1
905-896-5016 Toll Free: 800-456-2181
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01/15 Coming to The Mississauga area
Buffalo Greek Fest Buffalo NY May31-June2 Acquaint yourselves with our Greek Orthodox Church. Step into our culture and experience the sights, sounds and tastes of the birthplace of democracy – Greece. Enjoy the Greek food, feel the rhythm of the music, and dance a little!
Scandinavian Folk Festival Gerry NY July19-21 Swedish Food Every Day, Expanded Lecture Program, Feature Length Swedish Movies (with English subtitles), A Celebration of Hans Christian Anderson.
Sorrento Cheese Buffalo Italian Heritage Festival Buffalo NY August1-4 Cultural demonstrations including Tarantella Italian street dancers, Grape Stomping contests, Sicilian puppet shows. Second largest Italian street festival in the country.