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Today at General Committee, Mayor Bonnie Crombie and Members of Council paid tribute to the City’s remarkable former Mayor, Hazel McCallion, just days ahead of her 100th birthday on February 14. This centennial celebration of McCallion, and her legacy...
Except Peel, York and Toronto Regions, Ontario premier is gradually opening the province. Peel, York and Toronto remains in Stay-at-home zone. Temporary provisions will remain in place to provide certain corporations with the flexibility to hold meetings virtually and in...
The first two community clinics for the COVID-19 vaccine in Brampton and Mississauga are to be in “a clinic-ready state in early February as planned,” according to Peel Public Health. Clinic-ready means that the clinics will be "ready to operate." “When...
COVID-19 vaccines may be in short supply, but details on where Peel Region mass virus immunization sites could be located are continuing to emerge. Mississauga Mayor Bonnie Crombie said Wednesday, Feb. 3 that The International Centre and Carmen Corbasson Community...
A 54-year-old man assaulted multiple times Peel Regional Police are appealing for the public’s assistance with locating multiple suspects wanted in relation to an attempted murder investigation. According to police, a 54-year-old Hamilton man visited a mall in the area of...
Today Premier Doug Ford declared a second provincial emergency for the Province of Ontario, putting forth several new measures in response to rapidly increasing COVID-19 cases across Ontario and the dire situation facing our hospitals and long-term care homes. While...
Today Premier Doug Ford declared a second provincial emergency for the Province of Ontario, putting forth several new measures in response to rapidly increasing COVID-19 cases across Ontario and the dire situation facing our hospitals and long-term care homes. While...
Parks and Parking Lots Closed for Your Safety City of Mississauga Security Officers will be actively patrolling parks in our City to enforce emergency orders to limit gatherings and promote physical distancing. This will include issuing fines of at least...
Mississauga council has passed its 2020 budget, with a spending increase of $26.3 million over last year. For a residence assessed at $688,000, the increase works out to an $88 hike, or 1.6 per cent, of the Mississauga portion of...
Today, City Council approved the 2020-2023 Business Plan and 2020 Budget that focuses on delivering the right services, demonstrating value for money, maintaining infrastructure and advancing the City’s strategic vision. “This year’s budget strikes the right balance between keeping taxes around...

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