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The Toronto Star
Mississauga's Hazel McCallion hastens to seal her legacy in a final term that may be cut short
Mississauga Mayor Hazel McCallion smiles as she announces plans to run again back in September 2010.
3 hrs ago
The Philipine Reporter
PIDC picnic on June 8 in Mississauga
Come one, come all to our annual Kalayaan Philippine Independence Day Picnic to be held at Mississauga Valley Community Centre Park.
5 hrs ago
Film Friday: Love Is All You Need, The Hangover Part III, Fast & Furious 6 and more
Bruce Cockburn: Pacing The Cage offers little evidence of the restless, demanding and angry perfectionist Cockburn is known to be.
8 hrs ago
Hudak blasts NDP, Liberals during Mississauga stop
The Liberals and NDP are putting their own political needs ahead of the best interests of the public, Ontario PC Leader Tim Hudak said during a stop in Mississauga today.
14 hrs ago
ENGINEERING.com Incorporated Announces First Quarter 2013 Results
Revenue was $414,677 for the three months ended March 31, 2013, compared to revenue of $581,965 for the first quarter of 2012.
Thu May 23, 2013
First Class Real Estate, Oakville at Irinashomes.com
Internet savvy buyers of today look for homes and other properties for sale or purchase online.
Man convicted in rappers death
The 11 jurors, who reported they were deadlocked Wednesday night, returned a verdict tonight, finding Jerome Derby guilty of manslaughter.
VAM show explores human figure
Figurative Expression. Diana Lee , Caroline Frechette and Kathleen McParland are three of nine artists showing their works at Visual Arts Mississauga until Sunday.
Accused in cocaine case acquitted after being found guilty
A Brampton jury has acquitted a Mississauga man of drug trafficking, despite evidence that Peel Regional Police found 12 pounds of cocaine in his car.
Gift cards, free T-shirts could motivate more Canadians to give "gift of life"
Rewards ranging from lottery tickets and gas cards to a paid day-off work could lure more blood donors and ease chronic shortages of blood for transfusions, an international study led by Canadian researchers suggests.
Whether you want to get away from the office during lunch hour, or if you want to treat your special loved one to a romantic night out, finding that perfect place to go is a combination of comfortable surroundings and delectable cuisine.
Maintenance association awarded Sector Initiative Funding in Ontario
Mississauga, ON The Plant Engineering and Maintenance Association of Canada has been awarded a significant grant by the Ontario ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities to invest in skills development initiatives in the field of Physical Asset Management.
Pete McMartin: Looking for Earth 2.0
This NASA artist's concept image released on January 10, 2011 and obtained on February 1, 2011 shows Kepler-10b, the first rocky planet discovered by NASA's Kepler mission.
Wed May 22, 2013
Inner City Taxed Much More For HSR
Thirteen years after amalgamation, residents of the former city of Hamilton are still taxed three to four times higher than suburbanites for the HSR.
When you look great, you feel fantastic, and no one knows that better then the owners and staff at Bodyrayz in Mississauga! Every day they see the difference in their customer's appearance and confidence after they leave from a relaxing tan at Bodyrayz! Bodyrayz has one goal when it comes to satisfying their customers: to ensure they go home with a ... (more)
The Brampton Guardian
Residents concerned LRT will 'kill' the downtown
Light rail. A big-ticket item for Metrolinx's Big Move program is a proposed $1.6-billion LRT project to link Brampton and Mississauga along Hurontario Street.But as planning for the project moves forward, discussion is heating up among Brampton residents about the merits of the project, namely how the LRT would transform the historical downtown.
Tue May 21, 2013
Finding a home on the East Coast
Every spring and fall, we profile just a few of our amazing graduates in our convocation handout.
The Globe and Mail
Ontario Tories want Wynne, McGuinty to testify again about gas plants
Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne appears before the legislature's justice committee at the Ontario Legislature in Toronto on Tuesday April 30, 2012.
Mississauga high-schoolers to join Rolling Stones for Toronto concert
The choir group at Cawthra Park Secondary School in Mississauga, Ont., will spend the better part of the month trilling the Rolling Stones' "You Can't Always Get What You Want" - but as a rare chance to sing at the band's Air Canada Centre gig approaches, the song's message doesn't really ring true.
Sat May 18, 2013
May begins with Flurry of UFO Sightings in Ontario; Part 1 of 4
With warmer weather, many more Ontarians are outdoors and star watching, which is likely why UFO sightings have seen a massive increase in May this year.