Dark Earth Market comes to Celebration Square

Stop by the After Dark Earth Market at Mississauga Celebration Square on July 14 – the City’s biggest outdoor environmental event! This year’s market...

Amacon Mississauga Rotary Ribfest starts today!

Mississauga, known for its diverse cuisine and a melting pot of cultures from around the world is all set to celebrate its 15th Annual Ribfest....

YourSAUGA – Future of the Greater Toronto Area

Mississauga’s Massive 10-Tower M City Complex Represents the Future of the Greater Toronto Area This was not your run-of-the-mill ground breaking!  On May 28, construction...

Mississauga high school debut play at the 2018 Toronto Fringe Festival

Students from a Mississauga high school debut their self-produced play at the 2018 Toronto Fringe Festival High school students from The Woodlands School in Mississauga—...

Plan for Lakeview a milestone in Mississauga’s history

A shared vision for the Lakeview waterfront is one step closer to reality. City staff brought forward the proposed final land use plan for...

Lakeshore Connecting Communities July Open House Dates

The City of Mississauga is holding the final open houses for Lakeshore Connecting Communities. Lakeshore Connecting Communities will guide planning and investing for the transportation...

A Simple Act Can Change a Life – Learn CPR on...

The City’s Recreation team in collaboration with community partners will host a CPR Day and Family Fun event on July 11 at Mississauga Celebration...

YourSAUGA – Pool Supply Centre tips

Enzymes and phosphate-reducing products have been used in the pool industry for a number of years. Claims on how effective these are have taken...

Grocery mystery solved!

What’s been going on at former site of Mississauga’s legendary grocer Michael-Angelo’s? Last November, the popular independent grocery store and a long-time Sauga fixture, Michael-Angelo’s,...

Ribfest in a New Location – Bigger, Better, Bolder!

Mississauga, known for its diverse cuisine and a melting pot of cultures from around the world is all set to celebrate its 15th Annual...

Mama & Baby Market at Square One

Is it baby season? It could be, I honestly have no idea when baby season is but the weather is so hot it could...

“Walk of Fame” LEGENDS ROW seeking nominations for the Class of...

Nominations are now open for the next group of Mississaugans who will be selected as recipients of the 2018 crystal award in November. Mississauga’s Walk...

Canada Legalizes Recreational Use Of Marijuana

It’s official.  Canada has become the second country ever to legalize marijuana, and the first among the G7 countries to do so. On June 19th,...

Paramount Fine Foods Centre now Official

As Canada celebrated its 151st birthday on Sunday, Mississauga’s iconic sports complex will officially adopt its new name, Paramount Fine Foods Centre. “We’re truly looking...

How To Keep Cool in Mississauga This Hot Summer

After that freezing winter we had this year, it was music to our ears to hear weather forecasters predicting a hotter than normal summer,...

Job Fair – Turtle Jack’s

JOB FAIR ALERT! Turtle Jack's Muskoka Grill is hiring for the Erin Mills Town Centre location! Visit the Job Fair to apply on Tuesday & Wednesday...

Living Arts Centre to host Miss Ukrainian Canada 2018

The road to the Grand Final! The Crowning of the next Miss Ukrainian Canada will commence at the MUC Grand Final, which will take place...

Shaping the Future of Ninth Line Lands

The City's Planning and Development Committee endorsed the land use plan, policies and basic zoning for the development of the Ninth Line Lands. The...

Celebrate Canada Day in your neighbourhood

Looking to celebrate Canada Day in your own neighbourhood? Check out these Canada Day celebrations taking place throughout Mississauga: Malton Canada Day Celebration Port Credit Paint...

Join the Canada Day Party at Celebration Square

Abracadabra!! MAGIC! Dominates the Main Stage During Canada Day on Celebration Square. If you liked last year’s Canada 150 party on Mississauga Celebration Square, you’re...

Celebration At The Square

One Fifty One. What does that mean exactly? What it (151) means is the number of years the nation of Canada has been an...

Beat the heat this weekend at local spray pad

If you’re looking to beat the heat, try one of the Mississauga's newly opened spray pads. Spray pads are located in parks throughout Mississauga and...

Paint the Town Red this Canada Day

Canada Day is going to be a very memorable day in Port Credit and everyone is invited to join in the festivities. The day...

Juno award-winning band to headline Celebration Square

Mississauga band to headline Canada Day Celebration Square Festivities. Music is taking centre stage at Mississauga’s Celebration Square Canada Day revelry—the Juno Award-winning reggae-pop band...

It’s ‘Hip’ to be in Streetsville this Canada Day!

Canada Day Celebrations in Streetsville Village Square will be in full swing this year. Friends and neighbours come out annually to experience fun activities,...

Pedestrian crossover pilot program comes to Mississauga

Over the next few months, the City of Mississauga will install five new pedestrian crossovers in various neighbourhoods. Locations have been selected as part...

Yet another honour for Mississauga

Every year, MISA (The Municipal Information Systems Association) recognizes Ontario’s municipalities for excellence in the use and delivery of technology.  At the organization’s June 4th...

Mississauga’s Virtual Campus wins award

Mississauga's "Virtual Campus" Wins Excellence in Municipal Systems Award The City of Mississauga, in its partnership with the University of Toronto Mississauga, Sheridan College and...

YourSAUGA – The Last Straw

Not enough, though. City of Mississauga supports reducing single-use plastics. Mississauga City Council passed a motion to request that the Federal Government develop a national strategy...

Music Festival Coming To Celebration Square on June 23

Celebration Square is in full force right now, with events happening on a daily basis; Arts On The Screens, Movie Nights, and The 2018...

Small Arms building official opening

Sometimes, history can happen in the same place more than once – the Official Opening of the Small Arms Inspection Building is proof of...

Highly Anticipated Dessert Spot Now Open In Port Credit

O.K, compose yourself. Yes, the rumours are true, Eva's Original Chimney's is officially open in Port Credit!! The store finally opened its doors on Saturday...

New Japanese Restaurant Finally Open

Japanese food lovers rejoice, Kage Nikkei Restobar has finally opened its doors in Mississauga. The Japanese fusion restobar had been said to be coming to...

YourSAUGA beauty salons, spas, and aesthetics big winners

Mississauga’s beauty salons, spas and aesthetic clinics, big winners at the Hair and Beauty Awards in Toronto Want to know which hair and beauty salons,...

Big Screen Series Part 2 – Gaming On The Screens

We continue the foray into the Big Screen Series… we continue with the Series’ with the second installment – “Gaming On The Screens”. For those...

Mississauga receives federal funding

The City of Mississauga has been awarded up to $101,889 in funding through the federal government’s Canada 150 Community Infrastructure Program (CIP150). The funding...

Celebrate International Yoga Day in Port Credit

The Port Credit BIA is hosting its 3rd annual Yoga in the Park in celebration of International Yoga Day on Thursday, June 21st in...

Big Screen Series – Art On The Screens

As with another series “Health Series”  here at yoursauga.com, what its purpose or what it aims to do is inform the public of the...

Mississauga plans for growth along Dundas Street

The City's Planning and Development Committee endorsed the Dundas Connects Master Plan, which will help guide future urban growth and intensification along the Dundas...

Cricket anyone?

The sport’s legend Shahid Afridi starts up new cricket club. Pakistani cricket star Shahid Afridi launched a new cricket club in Mississauga earlier this May,...

Major League Baseball drafts two Mississauga natives

It seems Mississauga has been a busy breeding ground for baseball stars!  Earlier this month, two Saugans became the first Canadians taken in the...

Join The Race Against Racism On June 16th

Race Against Racism celebrates its 18th year in operation, this Saturday, on June 16th. The event is sponsored, as always, by the Peel Region Police...

Construction Contractors take note

City Proposes New Health and Safety Certification Requirement for Construction Contractors In its commitment to health and safety, City of Mississauga staff today brought forward...

Free family fun this weekend!

The Mississauga Waterfront Festival is bringing many new and exciting performances, activities and shows to their incredible three-day festival in the picturesque village of...

Celebrate Art at Celebration Square

Summer in Mississauga means an incredible array of diverse events taking place throughout the city. It's a wonderful way to celebrate culture, art, music...

Brand New Wing Resto Open Now In Mississauga

Wings are one of the most popular foods there is. This is particularly true when sports season is in full-swing, whether it's hockey, baseball,...

Popular Eatery Opens New Location

One of Mississauga's most popular eating joints has just opened a brand new location in the city, right at 5027 Hurontario Street, Unit 1. The...

Why vote today?

Today, voters across Ontario will elect their Provincial candidates. Here are 10 reasons why YOU need to get out and vote: This is a privilege...

It’s back! Mississauga’s largest Oakley sale!

It's back, and bigger and better than ever! Queen Spectacle in Streetsville will be converting their store into a one-day Oakley Trunk Sale. Oakley will...

Port Credit Farmers Market Remains at Elmwood Lot – Opens June...

The Port Credit Farmers has become a well-known social hub in the community, every Saturday from June to October, for locals and visitors to...

Impressionable Gifts 20th Anniversary Sale

Twenty years ago, I took the risk that changed my life - so happy that I did. If you have a dream or goal, just...

LAC Unveils 2018-19 Season

Living Arts Centre, CEO Natalie Lue announced the full lineup of the upcoming season which starts in September 2018 through to May 2019. She...

SaugaBusks

After a 2-year pilot program, Mississauga City Council has approved ‘Saugabusks’ as a permanent program in 2018. ‘Saugabusks’ Busking program started on May 1, 2018 and...

Mississauga Proposes Changes to the Adequate Heat By-Law

At General Committee, City of Mississauga Enforcement staff proposed changes to the Adequate Heat By-law, following direction from Council to review the By-law and...

YourSAUGA update – They are staying! 

The Ontario Hockey League’s Mississauga Steelheads is renewing its lease with the city-owned Hershey Centre Mississauga hockey fans are undoubtedly cheering this decision:  Mississauga Steelheads...

Adopt – don’t shop!

So you’ve made the decision to get a pet – congratulations! It’s always an exciting moment to bring a new member into the family...

New Mississauga Innovation Hub

Sheridan, Ryerson, City of Mississauga and Ontario Government Partner to Establish A New Mississauga Innovation Hub By:  Monica Kucharski Mississauga’s students and young entrepreneurs with...

Converting YourSAUGA kitchen to zero waste

It’s becoming more and more apparent that garbage is a growing issue, and only grows more with every item we throw in the bin. ...

Try To Outsmart Mississauga’s Newest Escape Room

Escape Rooms have become a very popular pass-time in the last few years. There's just something about locking yourself and a few friends in...

Funding Campaign to Help Victims of Mississauga Restaurant Bombing

The shocking news that two men entered a Mississauga restaurant on the evening of June 24th and left an explosive device that injured 15...

New Indian Buffet Opens In Mississauga

Buffet restaurants are delightful but surprisingly few and far between. Mississauga is home to a few, like Continental Grand Buffet and Mandarin Restaurant, and...

Big Housing Development May Be Coming To Mississauga

Maybe it's just me but Mississauga feels like it's in a constant state of construction these days. There seems to be a new high-rise...

Streetsville Garden dedication

Streetsville Pollinator Showcase Garden dedication took place on May 29, 2018. Scotts Canada, a subsidiary of The Scotts Miracle-Gro Company, along with its philanthropic partners,...

Honey, Honey – The B&H returns!

Now that it’s seems we’ve finally shrugged off the cloak of winter and spring’s blooms and branches are busting out all over, the minds...

Streetsville Secondary School 60th Anniversary

Streetsville Secondary School, will be celebrating its 60th anniversary in 2018. The details of this anniversary celebration are as follows: Streetsville Secondary School 60th Anniversary Celebration Saturday,...

Mississaugans Will Be Using Electronic Voting Machines

Mississaugans Will Be Using Electronic Voting Machines For The First Time In This Coming Election When you turn up on June 7 to cast your...

Awesome Gaming Cafe Open Now

New businesses open every single week here in the city, so it's hardly a surprise when a new one opens its doors. However, it...

Japanese discount store comes to Square One

Square One's aggressive expansion in 2018 is set to continue with the opening of a brand new Japanese discount store. Known as the Asian equivalent...

Square One To Welcomes New Dessert Store

Square One mall is ever-changing and ever-growing, and in particular 2018 has seen a number of new stores join the fray. Amongst those new...

Hundreds of New Jobs Are Coming to Mississauga

Mississauga-based SOTI is a world-class information and communications technology (ICT) company, focused on Enterprise Mobility Management, mobile and Internet of Things (IoT) solutions. The Ontario...

New Affordable Shawarma Open in Mississauga

I think it's fair to say that Mississauga has become something of a hotbed for shawarma. It seems that in the past year alone,...

Mississauga. You suck!

STOP SUCKING! Ban the Straw! Plastic straws have been around for decades, taking over from paper straws in popularity in the 1960s, and today it...

First Shift comes to Streetsville Hockey League

Streetsville Hockey League - Home of the Derbys makes announcement! The CANADIAN TIRE FIRST SHIFT program comes to Streetsville Hockey League and includes outfitting each...

Popular Toronto Dessert Store Comes To Mississauga

A unique new dessert store has opened at 516 Curran Place, Mississauga, right in the heart of the city. ZenQ is a chain of stores...

New Middle Eastern Restaurant Coming To Dundas and Winston Churchill

A long-standing establishment in Mississauga, Walker's Fish Market, abruptly closed its doors recently but it hasn't taken long for new ownership to take its...

Smokez Shack Coming To Port Credit

Winter into summer always sees some stores bite the dust and new ones open in their wake. We've already seen Eva's Original Chimney's and...

A moving experience – Tales of an Urban Indian

The one-of-a-kind presentation of Tales of an Urban Indian, written by CBC’s Darrell Dennis, produced by Talk Is Free Theatre, and starring Craig Lauzon...

Celebrating the Power of Public Works

National Public Works Week at Family Fun Day on May 26 We can often take our roads, traffic and street lights for granted. For one...

Unique Japanese Restobar Opening Soon

Mississauga has become home to a plethora of new restaurants and eateries in these early months of 2018, and it shows no signs of...

Big Brand Dessert Coming To Square One

Square One Shopping Mall is soon to become home to a new store, one that is recognised the world over for it's delicious desserts. Auntie...

Mississauga making progress for accessible and inclusive communities

Council endorsed the City's 15th Annual Accessibility Report and Multi-Year Plan for 2018-2022. It outlines how Mississauga continues to create accessible communities throughout the...

Spring into Clarkson

Every season in Clarkson Village is new and exciting but especially Spring!! A time for residents and visitors to check out the new businesses that...

Trish Juice Bar Coming To Port Credit

Port Credit continues to grow and expand with every passing week, with new businesses like Eva's Original Chimney's, Nomad's, Smokez Shack, and more. Well,...

City of Mississauga Paints its First Dynamic Symbol of Access

City of Mississauga officially began using the Dynamic Symbol of Access. The symbol, which improves on the International Symbol of Access by showing a...

New MiWay express route

MiWay introduces new express route on Derry Road. MiWay is introducing a new weekday express route along Derry Road between Meadowvale Town Centre and Westwood...

The Future Lakeview Waterfront Connection

The Future Lakeview Waterfront Connection To Be Named After Mississauga’s Former Ward 1 Councillor, the late Jim Tovey  Jim Tovey, Missississauga’s former Ward 1...

Luxurious New Restaurant Open In Mississauga

Mississauga is no stranger to fancy, expensive restaurants, whether it's La Castille, Posta Italbar, or Zorro's, however a new restaurant just opened up that...

A New State-of-The-Art Treatment Centre For Children Opens

ErinoakKids is Ontario’s largest children’s treatment centre, serving children and youth with physical and developmental disabilities.  The centre’s new 103,000-square-foot state-of-the-art facility just opened...

Streetsville’s band Billy Talent Named Legends at Live Music Awards

As they celebrate their 25th year together as a band and a top Canadian concert attraction, Streetsville’s Billy Talent was named Legends of Live at the...

An evening of Led Zeppelin in Port Credit

The 1975 religious experience that was his first Led Zeppelin concert changed musician Michael White's life forever. Even though he's been playing their music...

Mississauga Matters!

Mississauga Matters in the 2018 Provincial Election - Find out why. On Thursday, May 17, the City of Mississauga will hold a public meeting...

Where To See Spring Blooms In Mississauga

You don’t have to be a gardener extraordinaire to get a kick out of seeing colourful spring blooms, especially after a long, cold and...

Mississauga’s cheapest detached house

What does it cost to own a detached home in Mississauga? This two-bedroom property in Lakeview is the least expensive detached home in Mississauga....

New Filipino Restaurant Open In Mississauga

Mississauga is home to a mouth-watering array of foods from cultures the world over. Whether you're in the mood for Greek, Italian, Japanese, Indian,...

New Bar and Grill Restaurant Open in Mississauga

A brand new bar and grill restaurant has opened its doors in Mississauga, more specifically at 6465 Millcreek Drive. Chuck's Roadhouse Bar and Grill has...

Mississauga Fire and Emergency Services celebrates 50 Years

Join Mayor Bonnie Crombie, Members of Council, the Mississauga Fire and Emergency Services (MFES) leadership team along with partners, Peel Regional Police (PRP) and...

Mississauga – Malton Provincial Election 2018

Meet the candidates May 10th. Malton is a new Riding and residents are invited to come out and meet the local Candidates running in the...

YourSAUGA – Freedom Pass this summer

Freedom Pass Gives Youth a Chance to Swim and Ride MiWay for Free This Summer. Need some freedom this summer? Mississauga youth aged 12 to...

Popular Mississauga Tattoo Parlour Relocates

You may recall that around the start of the new year, there was an unfortunate event that took place in Cooksville; a fiery explosion...

Square One Store Moving To New Location

We've said it many times this year already, but Square One mall feels like it's currently under construction these days, with almost a dozen...

Links of London Coming To Square One

Square One mall has been growing at a rather surprising pace since the dawn of the new year, and it will soon become home...

Streetsville 7th Annual Village Litter Blitz

You are cordially invited you and your family to the 7th Annual Village Litter Blitz! Join Councillor George Carlson, MP Gagan Sikand, MPP Bob Delaney,...

Conservation Day at Clarkson Go

Region of Peel Hosts Conservation Day in Mississauga. The Region of Peel is hosting its annual Conservation Day at the Clarkson Go Station in south...

YourSAUGA – National Youth Week events

Celebrate National Youth Week with Events Across Mississauga. From May 1 to 7, the City of Mississauga is celebrating National Youth Week. Hosted by youth...

New community hub in Malton

The Region of Peel is considering converting Lincoln M. Alexander Secondary School pool in Malton into a community development hub. Community hubs are a social...

First Paint Night At The Brogue Irish Pub

If you've ever watched a romantic comedy, and let's be honest: who hasn't?, you'll know that paint classes with a little booze is nothing...

YourSAUGA – Yes, we have property standards

For the most part Mississauga is a well kept City. Occasionally we need to review our property standards and make sure we are are...

Port Credit walking tours return April 28th

Port Credit Cultural Walking Tours Begin in April The last Saturday of every month from April to October Port Credit hosts Cultural Walking Tours. Learn...

YourSAUGA update – new boxed soccer pitch

Mississauga scores a second boxed soccer pitch for the downtown core.  The City of Mississauga is constructing a second outdoor boxed soccer pitch in the...

Start Saving Now, Huge Store Coming To Square One This Summer

Ladies and gentlemen, get your wallets ready, because a huge new chain store is making its way to Square One Mall this summer, just...

YourSAUGA – Hot Property Tip

SEWER SYSTEM: BACKUP PREVENTION Considering a backflow valve? Getting it installed before the Spring runoff is a great decision. When a heavy Spring rainstorm flushes...

Britannia Farm shifts closer to realization

With A Recent City Council Vote, The Master Plan for Mississauga’s Historical Britannia Farm Shifts Closer to Realization Glancing westward, drivers heading north on Mississauga’s...

YourSAUGA Earth Day

Earth Day 2018: Celebrating our Earth and Helping to Protect the Environment Earth Day takes place on Sunday, April 22nd.  Millions of Canadians of all...

Nominations open May 1 for municipal election candidates

On May 1, 2018, the nomination period will open for the offices of Mayor, Ward Councillor, School Board Trustee and Peel Regional Chair for...

Could Marijuana Beer Be Coming To Mississauga?

The legalisation of marijuana in Canada has been a hot topic for a number of years now. Up until now, the use of cannabis...

Discover sailing

Ever Thought of Learning How To Sail?  Port Credit’s Lakefront Promenade Has A Club You Should Check Out. Mississauga is fortunate to have a great...

Register early for a spot!

The Streetsville Hockey League (SHL) has been serving the community for over 70 years. The SHL provides non-contact House League Hockey for children and...

Annual 80s Toy Expo Coming to Hilton Meadowvale/Mississauga on April 15

If you grew up in the 80s —or are a parent of young kids, or just love toys and collectibles—you should be heading down...

The Captain’s Boil Brings More Seafood To Mississauga

Being located so close to Lake Ontario, Mississauga has a pretty great reputation for seafood. It bears this reputation, despite there being relatively few...

Augusta Champion from Mississauga

Winner of the girls 10-11 age group at the Drive, Chip and Putt Championship at Augusta National Golf Club honed her skills at Mississauga’s...

Spring Craft Market With The Irish Club

Spring is here, even though it may not feel like it. So it's time for things to start heating up again in Mississauga, meaning...

Mississauga bread company winner of Canada’s Best Managed Companies

A premium artisan bread company located at Tomken Road and Derry Road East in Mississauga, was designated as one of Canada’s Best Managed Companies...

Local Artists gather at the Waterside Inn for Spectacular Show!

For the seventh year, Arts on the Credit, the annual juried fine art show created by Marie Payne and Elysia Prokopetz will highlight the...

Market and Outreach Center vs Food-bank

At The Compass our ethos is: “Help for Today, Hope for Tomorrow.”  The Compass is a community, a community of volunteers and people that...

Arts on the Credit (April 13-15)

Local Artists gather at the Waterside Inn for Spectacular Show! For the seventh year, Arts on the Credit, the annual juried fine art show created...

YourSAUGA invites you to discover Port Credit

#PortCreditIs entrepreneurs, community builders, and innovators. #PortCreditIs Mississauga’s entertainment hub featuring signature festivals; the Mississauga Waterfront Festival, Art Fest, Paint the Town Red Canada...

Mississauga Commuters To Get A Break On Public Transit Cost

Among various goodies offered to Ontarians in Premier Kathleen Wynne’s 2019 budget is a plan to lower the cost of taking public transit for...

Mississauga’s Inspiration Lakeview Plan Closer To Reality

It looks like City of Mississauga’s vision for its eastern waterfront is coming together nicely. The Ontario Power Generation has just sold the former Lakeview...

Chinese Restaurant Replaces South Street Burger In Square One

As some of you may be aware, South Street Burger recently shut its doors in Square One mall. However, when one window closes another...

Streetsville Village Hall grounds home to new pollinator garden

The City of Mississauga was awarded a total of $18,000 by Scotts Canada Limited through the Scotts® Miracle-Gro’s GRO1000™ 2018 Garden and Green Space...

Country Charm is open – officially!

From humble roots in Owen Sound to a second location in Streetsville. This evening, Country Charm hosted their much anticipated grand opening. Dignitaries and guests...

Mississauga Moves Forward with Smart Cities Challenge

At General Committee, Director of Information Technology and Chief Information Officer Shawn Slack presented highlights of the City of Mississauga’s draft submission for the...

Meat Lovers Rejoice With New Dixie Restaurant

These past few years, Mississauga has grown as a hotspot for vegetarian and vegan restaurants. Offering quality options to non-meat eaters is important and...

University of Toronto – ranked #1

University of Toronto—With Campuses In Downtown TO, Scarborough and Mississauga—Ranked As Best University In Canada The highly anticipated and widely read QS World University...

Free Tax Clinics For Low Income Mississauga Residents

The April 30th deadline for filing your income tax return is fast approaching.  Need tax preparation assistance?  Here’s something that may help you:  low-income...

Everyone loves poutine!

From Friday, June 15th  to Sunday, June 17th you will be able to indulge in the first ever Poutine Alley, with twelve different poutine...

Amazing New Dessert Store Opening In Square One

Square One has seen a plethora of new eateries open up in the past few months, and it's about to be home to a...

DoorDash sprints into Mississauga

Mississauga Joins 600 Cities Across North America In Opening Their Doors To Popular Food Delivery Service DoorDash On-demand services are booming, and one of the...

YourSAUGA News Flash – Donald Trump announces plans to move to...

Yes folks, you heard it here first. Quietly the President of the USA has purchased a mansion in the Lorne Park area and announced...

Pick up your groceries at the GO

Mississauga’s Clarkson GO Station—soon, a place to pick up your groceries! Is Mississauga’s Clarkson GO Station a part of your daily commute?  If so, that...

Spring gardening tips

It’s April and spring is here! At least the calendar says its spring. In southern Ontario, April gardening requires patience; we can’t rely on...

Mississauga announces new Commissioner of planning and building

The City of Mississauga has selected Andrew Whittemore as the new Commissioner of Planning and Building effective April 16, following a national hiring competition....

YourSAUGA – Civilian Sporting for Adults

Do not let the cold temperatures deter you from being active, while having an enjoyable time in the process. And if you’re unaware, sports...

Eligible to Vote?

Use Voterlookup.ca to update your information on-line. Planning to vote in this fall’s municipal and school board elections? Mississauga residents, property owners and tenants over...

yourSAUGA Weather Report

Mixed this Weather is coming to Mississauga Week

Re-imagining the mall community meetings

Residents are invited to participate in a series of community meetings where they can share their ideas, opinions and local knowledge to help shape...

Streetsville Lions complete $100,000 donation to VJCC

Today, the Streetsville Lions Club presented a cheque to represent their final installment of a $100K donation to the Vic Johnston Community Centre in...

Mississauga Receives Provincial and Federal Funding

Providing Boost for Transit Infrastructure The Honourable Amarjeet Sohi, Minister of Infrastructure and Communities, and the Honourable Bob Chiarelli, Ontario Minister of Infrastructure, announced over...

New Provincial Affordable Housing Program

If you’re looking to rent housing in Mississauga, there might be some good news in store for you.  Mississauga was invited to submit an...

New Exhibition ‘FLASHBACK/FASTFORWARD’

The Resident Artist Program has been an integral part of the Living Arts Centre since the Centre opened 20 years ago. The program provides...

Join the movement tonight

Starting as a symbolic lights out event in Sydney in 2007, Earth Hour is now the world's largest grassroots movement for the environment, inspiring...

Mississauga-Lorne Park Football Team’s Generosity of Spirit

Kobe Bryant once said:  “Sports are such a great teacher. I think of everything they've taught me: camaraderie, humility, how to resolve differences.”  And...

Interested in running for City Council?

Mississauga to Host Information Session for Municipal Election Candidates Thinking about running in the upcoming municipal election or school board election? The City of Mississauga,...

New Healthy Take-Out Comes To Heartland Town Centre

Mississauga has become the home to a brand new healthy-eating take-out joint in the form of The Chopped Leaf. The Chopped Leaf has just opened...

Mississauga Youth Receives Lincoln M. Alexander Award

Fighting Racial Discrimination and Inequity Mississauga youth Adam Lake became the 2017 recipient of Lincoln M. Alexander Award for fighting racial discrimination and inequity.  The...

YourSAUGA health tip – Skip the Shamrock Shake today!

It's time to break out the green stuff for St. Patrick's Day! If you're planning to indulge in a cool, minty McDonald's McCafé Shamrock Shake...

Mississauga shopping malls looking towards re-invention

Industry Professionals Share Ideas on the Future of Mississauga's Shopping Mall Areas. Industry professionals shared their ideas on the future of five of the City...

Eva’s Original Chimneys Coming To Port Credit

Last year, Square One mall became home to three new pop-up stores, all vying to satisfy your sweet tooth urges. Those stores were Love...

Local Artists to Launch Unique Cookbook!

Join Arts on the Credit for the launch of "Art Bites", March 22, 6:30-8:30 at Artworld Gallery, 365 Evans Ave., Suite 101. Meet the...

Streetsville Fire – YourSAUGA update

The night sky in Streetsville was filled with smoke and embers on Friday, March 2, 2018.  The aftermath left ash, charred wood, and twisted...

Spring Equinox Sunrise Ceremony

Heritage Mississauga invites you to join them for a Spring Equinox Sunrise Ceremony led by Elder Mark A. Sault at the historic Robinson-Adamson House...

Mississauga Restaurant Weeks Starts Today

Savour Mississauga Restaurant Week is ON NOW, March 12 – 25, 2018. Do yourself a flavour, it’s time to savour your favourite pasta dishes, steaks, seafood and...

Mississauga’s R.J. Barrett Named U.S. High School Basketball Player Of The...

Teachers and students at St. Marcellinus Secondary School in Mississauga’s Heartland neighbourhood must be feeling elated.  One of the school’s former students, R.J. Barrett,...

Golf season is here!

Have you ever wanted to take up a leisurely activity of golf or are a prodigy in the making who excels at the sport?...

Mississauga’s Edge Towers Condo Built Near Planned Hurontario LRT, On Sale

Tired of shovelling the snow, mowing the grass, and having to take the car out of the garage to do your errands?  Thinking of...

RRSP vs. TFSA- What’s the Deal?

If you’re like me, you have recently been inundated with ads all over the internet shouting at you to contribute to you RRSPs by...

Top 5 March Break Activities Across Mississauga

It's that time of year again, the time when the kids are free from school and you have no idea what to do with...

Spring forward!

The daylight-saving time change means we will spring forward and advance our clocks one hour. This effectively moves an hour of daylight from the...

A New Eatery Opening In The Wake Of Another In Port...

When one window closes another opens. And such is the case with the recent closure of Souvlaki Port Credit, which is about to be...

Mississauga At The Forefront Of Bitcoin Trend

This is hailed as the first-ever in Ontario, and likely, in Canada:  a property (a condo on 3170 Erin Mills Parkway) in Mississauga came...

Mississauga to see significant growth

Mississauga As Part Of The Region of Peel To See Significant Growth In The Next Two Decades The Region of Peel government says it is...

Rotary Ribfest announces new location

This morning at the Mississauga City Council meeting, Mississauga Rotary Ribfest announced their new location for their event July 12th - 15th. The hugely successful...

Hey, Mississaugans, are you happy with your lives? 

When asked whether you’re generally “very happy,” “pretty happy” or “not too happy,” with your life, what would you say? Would it surprise you to...

Mississauga announces next Hackathon for Open Data Day

The City of Mississauga celebrated International Open Data Day on March 3 with the addition of new data in the Open Data Catalogue. The new sets...

Unique Indian Restaurant Open On Winston Churchill

A brand new and unique Indian and Pakistani restaurant has just recently opened its doors at 3030 Thomas Street and Winston Churchill Boulevard. Laari Adda,...

It’s back! Santa Claus Parade returns to Streetsville!

A volunteer committee, organized by Councillor George Carlson is currently working on the return of a Santa Claus Parade to Streetsville. The Streetsville Village Santa...

Mediterranean Restaurant Coming To Lakeshore

A new Mediterranean restaurant will soon open its doors at 723 Lakeshore Road East, right next to the iconic Dairy Cream. The restaurant, which is...

Streetsville dealing with massive fire

PeeL Regional Police are responding to the area of Tannery St and Joymar Dr. in Streetsville for a fire and explosions. Appears to be...

Mississauga Part Of A Winning Bid For Federal Funding

It was a grand, national competition for a share of $950 million in federal funding, and Mississauga is part of one of the 5...

New Gym and Co-Working Space Opens

Need a place to work that isn't your home and isn't your office? Also want to sneak in a quick workout but can't find...

The Village of Erin Meadows expansion nears completion

When The Village of Erin Meadows first put down roots in Mississauga at the corner of Winston Churchill and Erin Centre Boulevards 15 years...

Fu’s Garden Comes To Dundas East

Dundas Street, both east and west, is quickly becoming one of the hottest places in Mississauga for food. Right around Cooksville where the two...

Don’t Let the Beautiful Weather Fool You

As beautiful as the last day of February is we will be in store for snowy start to March. Mississauga and beyond are expecting 15...

AGM Collaborates with Sheridan College for the 2017-18 Temporary Contemporary Project...

In collaboration with Sheridan College, the Art Gallery of Mississauga is pleased to announce that Inuk sculptor Couzyn van Heuvelen was chosen to create...

Seafood Fusion Restaurant Arrives In Sauga

Love seafood? There's no shortage of great seafood restaurants in Mississauga but as a city that boasts some of the finest restaurants in the...

Mississauga’s Economic Development Now Under New Leadership

The City of Mississauga has a new Director of Economic Development—Bonnie Brown.  Brown replaces Susan Amring who retired last year. Brown has been part of...

Meadowvale GO Station To Get Complete Renovation

Go Transit recently announced some major improvements to its trains and buses throughout southern Ontario. The company revealed its plans to introduce Wi-Fi on...

Mississauga’s Construction Magnate and Philanthropist To Receive The Order of Canada

Carlo Fidani, the chairman of Mississauga-based Orlando Corporation, has been appointed to the Order of Canada.  This honour recognizes Canadians whose contributions and achievements made Canada...

Square One Mall Getting New Ramen Restaurant

Square One Shopping Mall isn't lacking in food options, with one of the best food courts in the city, however it does have a...

WWE Coming To The Hershey Centre

In rather unexpected but amazing news, WWE is bringing its brand of high-octane professional wrestling to the Hershey Centre, right here in Mississauga! Massive shows...

American Ice Cream Coming To Sauga

If you're like me, you'll eat ice cream any day of the week, no matter what time of year or how many feet of...

Mississauga City Council Appoints David Cook as Ward 1 Councillor

At Mississauga’s City Council meeting today, David Cook was appointed as Ward 1 Councillor. The appointment will be effective immediately and the new Ward...

Ontario 55+ Summer Games Coming to Mississauga in 2018

It has been said that no one has been able to defeat “Father Time”, and far be it for anyone of us to debate...

Mississauga’s Busiest District To Get New School

Mississauga's City Centre is set to be the next area in the city to welcome a new school, and that will be music to...

SQUARE ONE Brings Fine Art to The Grand Rotunda

AGM's Benefit Art Auction on April 26! The Art Gallery of Mississauga Benefit Art Auction showcases contemporary Canadian works of art from emerging and established...

Travel Anywhere Anytime In Mississauga for Half The Price!

Another benefit of living in Mississauga!  The city’s residents whose income falls below the Low Income Measure (LIM) threshold, can now apply for half-price...

New Casual Restaurant Comes To Dundas West

1059 Dundas Street West has just become the home to a new casual food spot. Kantene is "where you can find a variety of freshly...

City Announces Unique New Program

The City of Mississauga is launching a one-year pilot program that will convert dog waste into renewable energy and fertilizer. Twelve in-ground dog waste...

Popular Food Brand Comes To Pearson Airport

Full disclosure: I am an Irish immigrant who visited Canada for the first time in 2015, then moved to Port Credit in 2016. When...

The Burger’s Priest Goes Healthy?

The Toronto Cult Burger Chain The Burgers Priest has introduced a gluten free keto bun to their arsenal of deliciousness.  This is good news...

Baskin Robbins Offering Romantic Dishes This Valentine’s

The fine folks over at Baskin Robbins are back for Valetine's Day 2018 with a plethora of new romantic dishes for your and your...

City Recognizes Traffic Safety in Schools

Congratulations were in order for four Mississauga schools and one principal who were recognized by Mississauga City Council for their commitment to traffic and...

Watch The Winter Olympics At Celebration Square

Kicking off this week, Celebration Square in the city centre is broadcasting the Winter Olympic Games all month long! The 2018 Winter Olympic Games comes...

Streetsville implements paid parking

On November 1, the City of Mississauga passed a recommendation to implement paid parking in certain areas of Streetsville, beginning early in 2018. By all...

Streetsville getting Country Charm

Renovations are underway and in early April a new furniture shop will open in the heart of Streetsville. The landscape in the Village will...

City’s Enhanced Building Permit Process Sees More Than 4,000 Permits Issued...

The City of Mississauga issued more than 4,000 construction permits in 2017, an increase of approximately eight per cent from the previous year. The...

City releases grant funding details

City Council Approves $3.6 Million in Funding for 2018 Culture and Community Grants Program The City of Mississauga is investing a total of $3,675,205.17...

What Is The Government Doing With The Empty Hershey Lands?

Last year, Mississauga played host to the highly-anticipated and renowned Cavalia Odysseo, using the Hershey Lands as the venue. Cavalia Odysseo is the world's largest...

How to report a pot hole

Recent weather conditions have resulted in an increased number of potholes across the City of Mississauga. On a typical day, crews are out repairing potholes. Use...

Baylis Medical expands to Mississauga

The expansion of Mississauga-based Baylis Medical is an example of “homegrown successes that are creating jobs in Ontario,” says Ontario's Minister of Research, Innovation...

Port Credit’s lighthouse comes to life

Port Credit is recognized as a tourist destination and the lighthouse on Lakeshore Road at the Credit River is a Port Credit icon.  The...

Downton Abbey Tea Returns To Benares House

It's that time of year again when the fine folk at Benares Historic House host the fanciest tea of the year! The "Downton Abbey" Tea...

Mississauga Library System Hosts Sock Drive for the Homeless

As the cold weather continues, the Mississauga Library System is organizing a sock drive for those in need. Put a Sock on it ‘Sauga,...

Flashback Film Fest Kicks-Off February 2nd

Are you someone who loves to watch movies they've already seen? Love to rewatch the classics? Or maybe you'd kill for a chance to...

17 Steakhouse & Bar To Host Boxing Night

One of Mississauga's finest, fanciest restaurants, 17 Steakhouse & Bar is set to hose a five-fight boxing card on February 10th. The event will feature...

How to avoid Transit increase

Consider switching to PRESTO when you board a MiWay bus as of January 29, 2018 and you can avoid paying more for your ride. Most...

Community Input Guides A Revamp Of A Park In Malton

    We do cherish our parks in Mississauga!  A case in point:  a well-loved park in the Malton neighbourhood of Mississauga is getting a major...

If You Are A Small Business Owner in Mississauga, This Case...

Young companies with novel ideas to integrate innovative technologies into their operations to grow the business, create jobs, and contribute to an important economic...

Owl Prowl & Coyote Howl at Riverwood Conservancy

It's time again to join the Riverwood Conservancy on one of their nature walks. On January 30th, Dave Taylor will lead the line in the...

Pappa’s got a brand new bag

A "bag" is slang for a way of doing something or a kind of lifestyle. That's Ladner's Clothiers in 2018. They will be vacating their...

YourSauga update – Port Credit to host new Festival

Port Credit to host inaugural VegFest This spring, in beautiful Port Credit, along the banks of the Credit River, Mississauga will be hosting its inaugural...

City Requests Support from 2018 Federal and Provincial Budget for Top...

Council adopted a resolution to seek ongoing support from the governments of Canada and Ontario for the City's top priorities and initiatives: strategic transit...

Kindergarten Registration Week

It’s back to school time – well somewhat. Sound strange? Yeah, to most people it might sound a little strange an all being that...

Mississauga’s Inventive Discount-Transit Ticket Program

One Of The Legacies Of The Late Ward 1 Councillor, Jim Tovey According to Statistics Canada, the second largest expense for the average Canadian...

The Village Take-Out Comes to Cooksville

We recently wrote about the dynamic dining scene that inhabits Cooksville and makes it one of Sauga's most under-appreciated dining spots. Well, that scene...

Top Five Things To Do Indoors This Winter in Mississauga

As the cold temperature continues, it’s best to avoid the outdoors and opt to stay cozy inside instead. If you’re looking for some things...

Pho Hoa 89 Opens on Eglinton Avenue

Vietnamese and Thai food lovers rejoice! A new Pho joint has opened up at 660 Eglinton Avenue West, and it brings quality Asian delicacies...

Modern Bride Wedding Show At The International Centre

Brides-to-be your worries are over! The Modern Bride Wedding Show is returning to the International Centre on January 21st and this is your one-stop-shop...

Monumental Wrestling Show Coming To Mississauga

If you're a mixed martial artist in Mississauga, you've probably heard of Battle Arts Academy. And if you're a wrestling fan you've likely heard...

City of Mississauga to Defer General Committee in Tribute to Councillor...

The City of Mississauga will defer the items on the January 17 General Committee Agenda in order to pay tribute to Councillor Jim Tovey...

Huge Pop Star Coming to The Living Arts Centre

Nikki Yanofsky, the Montreal-born pop-star is coming to the Living Arts Centre on January 18th for a huge show. Yanofsky is a 23 year old...

YourSAUGA housing price forecast Mississauga 2018

The real estate market is affected by many factors—predominantly economic—which is why it seems sometimes like you might get a whiplash checking on house...

Marijuana Legalization—How Mississauga May Benefit

Not everyone supports marijuana legalization in Canada. But, arguing that 94 years of prohibition were an "abject failure," the federal government has tabled legislation—currently...

Social Eatery Opens on Winston Churchill

The Meadowvale Town Centre just got a lot more alluring with the recent opening of a new casual restaurant. The Social Eatery has opened its...

Ding Tea Comes To Cooksville

We recently wrote about the incredible diversity of the foodie scene in the aptly-named Cooksville, and just recently a new bubble tea store opened...

Smokes Poutine Comes To Confederation Parkway

The Canadian poutine institution, Smokes Poutinerie, has opened a new location in the city centre, at Confederation Parkway. Smokes already has a location in the...

Witness The Underwater Bubble Show on January 3rd

Mississauga's Living Arts Centre has made a name for itself over the past twenty years, for providing quality artistry and operating as a non-profit...

Is This Cold Weather Going to Continue?

It's stating the very obvious to say that’s it’s been cold in Mississauga the last couple of months.  2017 ended with the coldest air...

It Was Not All Bad News In 2017!!

Yes, the world seemed topsy-turvy sometimes in the media last year, but let’s not forget the good news of 2017! At Home…. Canada had 12...

Mississauga Revises New Year’s Eve Due to Extreme Cold Weather

The City has revised the schedule for its New Year's Eve event on Celebration Square due to extreme cold weather conditions. The event has been...

How Much Will You be Spending On Food in 2018?

By Monica Kucharski Are you a big spender on take-out, ready-to-go, and restaurant food?  Well, according to  Canada's Food Price Report 2018, you will be...

Metrolinx – Hurontario LRT update

Expected Completion: 2022  One line, two cities, a world of connection. If you live in Mississauga or Brampton, this project is going to transform the way...

Malton’s Fantasy Castles turned Santa’s Workshop

A cool day didn’t stop hundreds of families from coming out for an afternoon of free family fun and the lighting of Malton’s outdoor...

Holiday Waste Collection Schedule

There will be changes to waste collection schedules as a result of Christmas Day: Monday December 25, 2017 and New Year's Day: Monday January...

City of Mississauga budget deliberations for 2018.

By Karen Ras, Ward 2 What does this mean for you? Residents at a recent Budget Town Hall in Ward 2 and attendees to budget committee...

Mississauga Welcomes New Filipino Restaurant

New restaurants are always an exciting prospect, especially when they're a variety that the city is lacking in. With that in mind, I'm happy to...

Square One Welcomes A la Carte Eclairs

Square One Mall has welcomed a large array of amazing new stores this year, in particular food stores like Eva's Original Chimney's and Love...

Shine Bright

On December 15th from 7-9 pm, West Edge Community Church (157 Lakeshore Rd. W.) is hosting and organizing an incredible community event. There will be...

Sousa and Team Deliver!

Over 520 Ontario turkeys donated to Mississauga food banks Charles Sousa, MPP for Mississauga South, and community volunteers today delivered a tractor trailer load of...

The Body Shop Re-Opens In Square One

The Body Shop, which has been closed for renovations, has officially re-opened within Square One mall! The new store is a stunning design of earth...

One-of-a-Kind Arabian Restaurant Comes To Sauga

A hot new restaurant has just opened for business along Dixie and Eglington road, and it comes from the United Arab Emirates! Mandilicious has come...

Starbucks Comes To Erin Mills

Seattle's finest coffee has finally made it's way to Erin Mills Town Centre! The Erin Mills Town Centre recently underwent a pretty major renovation, costing...

20th Annual Footprints of Christmas

The 20th Annual Footprints of Christmas will take place December 7th, 8th and 9th at the St. Andrew's Memorial Presbyterian Church, 6:30 - 8:45...

Free Christmas Movies at Central Parkway Mall

Did you know that the Central Parkway Mall over on Burnamthorpe Road also has a movie theatre inside? Well, the Cinestarz theatre in Central...

LCBO Now Offers Next-Day Delivery

Just when you thought the Christmas season couldn't get any easier, what with our handy guides to gift buying and which movies to watch....

Historic Canadian Christmas at Benares House

The good folk at Benares House are back with another holiday celebration, and this time it's the Historic Canadian Christmas on Saturday December 9th. Benares...

City Awarded Provincial Funding for Newcomer Program

Welcome Home to Mississauga Roadshow The City of Mississauga has been awarded $70,000 in funding from the Government of Ontario to help newcomers settle in...

Hockey the Canadian Way

Elite hockey players wanted! The Canadian Way Hockey School is now accepting registration for the 2018/2019 school year starting in September. The program is seeking qualified...

New business opens in Streetsville

On Friday, December 1st, with much fanfare, Streetsville welcomed its newest business. Local dignitaries were on-hand to help cut the ribbon and officially open...

Fairdecember – Unique Gift And Craft Show

Cawthra Park Secondary School Council in partnership with Queen Elizabeth Senior Public School Council is hosting Fairdecember, a unique craft and gift show will...

YourSAUGA Fitness Friday

R3VOLVELIFE® is a boutique Coaching, Fitness and Nutrition Studio that transforms lives through Bulletproof Mindshift™ Coaching, Functional Fitness and Simple NutritionTM Training.   At R3,...

Chamber Music Concert On December 2nd

The Chamber Music Society of Mississauga is bringing its brand of classic, world-class music to the Port Credit Library on Saturday December 2nd. The Jay...

YourSauga Mississauga Santa Parade update

On Sunday, December 3, in Erin Mills the Mississauga Santa Claus parade will take to the streets.  That’s when Jolly Old Saint Nick is...

Annual Tree Lighting Ceremony in Clarkson on Nov 30

The Annual Clarkson Christmas in the Village is a wonderful community event held at Chartwell Baptist Church. Fun for the whole family with a...

Culture Master Plan Public Meeting on the 30th

I've said countless times here on YourSauga, that diversity and culture are Mississauga's two more prominent strengths and defining features. Culture is the thing that...

Celebration Square Ice Rink Open Now

Mississauga's largest ice rink has opened for the holiday season once again! The huge outdoor ice rink at Celebration Square is open for the Christmas...

Why Shop Local?

When we consider how many small businesses surround us in your everyday lives, it is impressive to think about the amount of time, commitment...

Mississauga’s Cooksville Go Station Redevelopment Has Launched!

By Monica Kucharski For those Mississaugans who start their daily commute cruising in frustration for a parking spot at the Cooksville GO station, and those...

Sharpen Your blades!

Enjoy Public Skating at Vic Johnston Community Centre Fresh ice, newly sharpened blades, and the sweet smell of hot chocolate… there’s just nothing better than...

Robinson’s IDA Pharmacy Celebrates its 60th Year of Business

For the last 60 years Robinson’s IDA Pharmacy has served the Streetsville community. Owner Berge Shalvardjian is filled with gratitude to be able to celebrate...

YourSAUGA Friday Fitness

#FitFoodFunFriday #YourSaugaHealthyLifestyle   Did you know packing ONE shoe box filled with toys and necessities, such as socks, can bring so much joy to a child who...

Official Unveiling of Conference at the Council House

  The City of Mississauga officially unveiled Conference at the Council House, a Canada 150 public art legacy project at Mississauga Celebration Square. According to Conference...

Come Light Up The Square for Christmas 2017

The final celebration of Canada 150 happens on Saturday November 25, when the city comes together to Light Up The Square! This year's annual tradition...

Tim Horton’s Christmas Menu Available Now

You know the Christmas season is well and truly upon us when you walk into Tim Horton's and see the dazzling array of new...

Mississauga Fine Arts Academy Re-Opening

You're invited to the grand re-opening of the Mississauga Fine Arts Academy on Friday, November 24th, at 1 PM. The Mississauga Fine Arts Academy has...

Snowflakes on the Hill Craft Fair This Saturday

Saturday, November 25th, from 9:30 AM to 2:30 PM, everyone is welcome to join us at the St. Stephen's-on-the-hill United Church for the annual...

Energy Behemoth Alectra Utilities Comes to Sauga

2017 has been a very big year for energy distributors here in Ontario, with four of the biggest companies merging to form one behemoth...

Official Sculpture Unveiling At Celebration Square

Join us at Celebration Square on Tuesday November 21 at 3:00 PM, for the official unveiling of Conference at the Council House. Conference at the...

YourSauga Black Friday tips

Ready, set, plan and shop on Black Friday! In the United States, Black Friday is considered the busiest and maybe craziest shopping day of...

Everyone loves Christmas in Streetsville!

Usher the holiday season into town with the Streetsville BIA’s annual (and growing!) ‘Christmas in the Village’ festival and market! Unique vendors will be...

New owners at popular Mississauga restaurant planning big changes

Owners of Noble Bistro in Oakville, Augi De Oliveira, James Baker and Chef JohnRoss Woodland, have purchased the assets of a popular Mississauga restaurant...

New Community Centre Coming To Erin Mills

On Tuesday November 14th, Mississauga councillor Sue McFadden broke ground on a new community centre near Erin Mills. Housed within the modern facility will be...

Upcoming Port Credit HCD Community Meeting

Over a decade ago, in 2004, the City of Mississauga enacted the Old Port Credit Village Heritage Conservation District Plan. This Monday night, November 20th...

Catch The Leonid Meteor Shower

With winter comes a few advantages; pretty snow, festive cheer, warm drinks, great movies, and, of course, presents. However one advantage that often gets...

The Shoe Box Project

The Shoebox Project for Shelters collects and distributes gifts in the form of shoeboxes to women who are homeless or at-risk of homelessness in...

Christmas Baking Blitz At Benares House

On Saturday November 18th you are cordially invited to the Benares Historic House to partake in a Baking Blitz! It might be freezing cold out...

Missing Mississauga Teen Found

Missing 15 Year old Soleil Fleury was found late Tuesday night in Toronto at a TTC station. Soliel went missing from her Credit Woodlands Home...

Streetsville’s Christmas event is a free weekend long festival!

Christmas is a crazy time of year; the cooking, cleaning, and entertaining seems endless, and for most, it seems the spending never stops. Well,...

Dry-Aged Butchers Open In Port Credit

Dry-Aged, a new butcher shop, has just opened its doors in Port Credit Mississauga. Dry-Aged had been under construction for quite some time, having taken...

The Old Stable Pub Turns 30!

One of Mississauga's most unique bars celebrates its 30th anniversary this year and we think it's worth mentioning. The Old Stable Pub in Port Credit...

Stylish Camera Store Opens In Heartland

Henry's, the long-running Canadian camera store, has just opened a new store in the Heartland Town Centre. Henry's is a Canadian institution, having been founded...

YourSAUGA Friday Fitness

Feeling sluggish during this flu season? Suffering from inflammation? Allergies? Cellulite? Feeling stuck with your weight loss efforts?   The Electro Lymphatic Therapy offered at...

New Juice Bar Opens In Mississauga

You can never really have enough healthy food options, and as such, you'll be happy to hear that one more has just arrived in...

New LCBO Store Opens In Malton

To a European who was accustomed to finding alcohol readily available in every grocery store, and countless independent stores, the very idea of LCBO...

New Premium Beauty Store Opens In Square One

The huge beauty brand, Yves Saint Laurent has just opened a new pop-up store in Square One mall. The store opened on November 4th and...

Need your help – Mississauga girl missing

Officers from the Peel 11 Division Criminal Investigation Bureau are seeking the public’s assistance in locating a missing 15 year-old female from Mississauga. Soleil FLEURY...

Mississauga Introduces Hotel Tax to Promote Local Tourism

On Wednesday, November 1 at General Committee, Mississauga City Council approved in principle the introduction of a four per cent hotel tax effective July...

A Musical Tribute To The Troops On November 5th

Glowing Hearts - A Musical Tribute To Our Troops will take place on Sunday November 5th at the Meadowvale Theatre. The special event will kick-off...

Benares Historic House Meets Downton Abbey

On Sunday November 5th, the Benares Historic House in Clarkson puts on a special Downton Abbey theme. As per the official event description: Join us...

Beautiful Vietnamese Restaurant Opens In Sauga

Mississauga has a mouth-watering selection of beautiful Asian restaurants to choose from, but the one culture that has always seemed a little under-served is...

Park Your Pumpkin At The Bradley Museum

Once Halloween is finished, chances are you simply toss your pumpkin in the trash and begin the march towards Christmas. However, why waste the...

Food & Entertainment Facility Opens In Place of Wacky Wings

Change is inevitable and change can be a very good thing. Wacky Wings was something of a Mississauga establishment; a popular sports bar that was...

Come Join The Night Of A Thousand Stars

Sunday, November 4th, you are invited to join your fellow Mississauga citizens for the Night of a Thousand Stars. The event is a dinner and...

Join Camp Celebration Scare for Halloween

Saturday October 28th will see a special event come to Celebration Square for kids this Halloween. Camp Celebration Scare takes-over Celebration Square this weekend, from...

Sweet Jesus Ice Cream Comes To Square One

A new and very unique ice cream joint is making its way to Square One shopping centre. Sweet Jesus ice cream made a name for...

Plenty of Ways to Have Your Say on the City Budget

There are many ways to have your say on the City of Mississauga’s proposed 2018 Budget. Residents can try the City’s budget allocator, explore...

Bazaar shopping

Avoid the malls this holiday season and shop locally for unique one-of-a-kind gifts. Shop for clothing, jewellery, baked goods, art, crafts and so much...

Newton’s Grove School Relocates – Open House October 28th

Newton’s Grove School has moved to its permanent location at 6850 Goreway Drive, just in time for the 2017-2018 school year!  While Newton’s Grove...

Public Work Space Opens In Mississauga

Mississauga has recently become home to a first-of-it's-kind public working space. Spacebar is an open area for people from all over the GTA, inviting them...

Unique Personal Training without high costs

Are you still  paying for a gym membership that you haven’t stepped foot into for months!  You tried working out on your own, only...

Celebrate 150: Climate Change Talk

The celebration of Canada's 150th anniversary continues as we sit down for a talk about climate change at the Riverwood Conservancy. On Thursday October 19th, Professor...

Cineplex To Reboot Playdium

The Playdium entertainment centre has been a staple of Mississauga for over 20 years but, as is the case with everything, it's time for...

Streetsville Library celebrates 50 years

Streetsville Library at 112 Queen St. S., celebrated its 50th Anniversary. Residents, library staff and City officials joined in the celebration that included a...

Canada’s First Boxed Soccer Pitch Opens In Mississauga

Mississauga recently became home to Canada's first boxed soccer pitch. The first pitch officially opened on September 30th and is located at the corner of...

Classic Car Auction At The International Centre

The annual Toronto Fall Classic Car Auction returns to the International Centre on October 13-15. The event begins on Friday the 13th, buyer beware, with...

Netflix To Invest $500 Million In Canadian Productions

Netflix Inc. recently announced plans for it's first production unit outside of the United States, and it will happen right here in Canada. Furthermore,...

Tsujiri Ice Cream Comes To Square One

Square One shopping mall has recently opened a variety of new dessert stores, and the next is to be a 155-year-old ice cream joint...

Airplane Viewing Area outside Malton Now Open

The much-anticipated airplane viewing area at Danville Park officially opened September 29th thanks to generous financial contributions by Pearson International Airport. Tucked in behind an...

yourSAUGA’s Iceland Arena to Honour Fran Rider

An official dedication ceremony honouring Fran Rider, long-time community activist and advocate for girl’s and women’s hockey, will take place at Iceland Arena. The...

SHOP LOCAL! SHOP CLARKSON VILLAGE! – YourSAUGA

The Clarkson BIA invites you to visit, shop, stay and eat in Clarkson Village. - Park your car; It is so easy in our Village! -...

Paul Coffey Adventure Playground now open – YourSAUGA

Paul Coffey Adventure Playground now open The unseasonal heat of September 24th did not stop eager young families from coming out to Paul Coffey Park...

Celebrating Small Businesses – YourSAUGA

October is Small Business Month in Canada, a time to recognize and celebrate the exceptional contributions that local businesses make in our community.  Small...

Rededication of the CF-100 – YourSAUGA

Sunday September 24th marked the rededication of the newly restored CF-100 in Malton.  Amidst bagpipes and fan-fair, the city and residents reaffirmed their respect...

Affordable Housing needed in YourSAUGA

From the Office of Karen Ras - Councilor Ward 2 As we move on from our beginnings as a suburban community into the sixth largest...

Mayor Bonnie Crombie’s Second Trade Mission to Japan

We’re Paying For the Trip, But It Just May Be a Good Investment By:  Monica Kucharski On September 25th, Mayor Bonnie Crombie departed for her second...

Join CIBC Run For The Cure On October 1st

The Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce, or CIBC as it's better known, is holding it's annual Run For The Cure event this Sunday, October...

Lakeshore Connecting Communities Fall Open Houses – YourSAUGA

The City of Mississauga is holding the second phase of public meetings about planning for the future of Lakeshore Road. The Lakeshore Connecting Communities study looks...

What’s Your Favourite Spot in the city? – YourSAUGA

What’s Your Favourite Spot in the city? Share your favourite spot in Mississauga with the Your Favourite Spot Contest for a chance to win one...

Proposed Tax Changes may be coming

A draft legislation that will dramatically change the world of small business Special submission to YourSAUGA We usually blog about tax matters based on current legislation....

What Does A Certified Financial Planner Actually Do?

As you research various personal finance topics you will quickly realize, the finance industry overuses acronyms. It can be pretty overwhelming, so let’s break...

Celebrate Mississauga Infrastructure Improvements

Date: Saturday, Sept. 16
Time: 11 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Venue: Riverwood

New Malton Park Set To Open

Malton will soon be home to a new park with more than 26 hectares of parkland for year-round activity. Danville Park, currently under construction by...

Take A Pie In The Face For A Great Cause

Take A Pie In the Face Credit River Retirement Residence are holding Take a Pie in the Face for Alzheimer’s on Wednesday, September 13th from...

Blue W Reusable Water Bottle Program

Did you know that as many as 65 million empty plastic water bottles per year end up as garbage in a landfill waste site,...

SoundBites Festival 2017 Comes To Celebration Square

Festival season continues throughout Mississauga and nowhere is more active than Celebration Square in the heart of the city. Every week the area is...

Five Public Art Pieces To Check Out

Over the recent years, the City of Mississauga’s public art collection has grown to nearly 20 permanent pieces. Public art is important to add...

Easing into the Back to School Routine

Hang up your swim trunks and strap on your backpacks, the new school year has arrived! It’s inevitable, that time of year has arrived! With...

Learn How To 3D Print At Mississauga Libraries

3D printing isn't exactly a new phenomenon, but with every passing year it becomes more advanced and more available to the average consumer. It's almost...

Pride Of Wrestling Launches First Mississauga Show

Pride Of Wrestling is launching its first ever show at the Battle Arts Academy located Eglinton and Tomken Road in Mississauga on Saturday September 2. The show...

Mississauga Village To Introduce Paid Parking This Fall

This upcoming fall paid parking will be introduced in the Mississauga Village of...

Things Foreigners Realize About Sauga

Mississauga is a popular destination for foreigners who move to Canada, or those just visiting. It's a hugely multicultural city, which we'll talk about soon,...

Gourmet Candy Store Opening In Square One

If you have a sweet tooth - and let's be honest, who doesn't? - you might be excited to hear that a new candy...

Come Play Video Games at Celebration Square

The fine folks at Celebration Square have partnered with Pepsi to bring gaming to the big screen! Thanks to YouTube and eSports, gaming has become...

Getting The Most Out Of Your Investments

Bank fees, monthly fees and management fees. Oh my! Over the last few years, fees have become a hot topic in the financial industry...

Popular Mississauga Mexican Restaurant Opening Streetsville Location

"This is not Tex-Mex, this is the real deal" Streetsville is set to get a new Mexican restaurant in the location of the former Cantina...

Longtime Erin Mills Grocery Store Sold To Competitor

Open since 1985, longtime Mississauga grocery store Michael-Angelo's, located on Erin Mills Parkway has recently sold to another grocery chain. The location is set to...

Tim Horton’s Accepts Phone Payments

Tim Hortons has announced an update to the TimmyMe app that allows users to pay for their coffee and food using just their phones! The...

Coming Soon: Malton Park With A Plane Viewing Platform

Malton will soon be home to a new park with more than 26 hectares of parkland for year-round activity. Danville Park, currently under construction...

Help Mississauga Reach 150,000 Kilometres in Their Canada 150 Bike Challenge

The Canada 150 Mississauga Bike Challenge is underway. As an additional Canada 150 birthday celebration, the City of Mississauga has challenged residents to ride...

YourSauga After Canada Day

Enjoy a classic Caesar! Classic Caesar Recipe Everyone's got their favourite way of spicing a Caesar, so if you're new to this, prepare to experiment! For...

Vic Johnston Offers Canada 150 Ice Rental Sale

In honour of Canada's 150th birthday, all remaining ice slots open in July are being offered for $150 + HST an hour...yes even in...

Need to Know Canada Day Road Closures

Closed: July 1st from 10 am to 11:30 pm Duke of York Boulevard from Burnhamthorpe Road W. to Prince of Wales Drive City Centre Drive from...

Cineplex Rec Room Opening at Square One

Cineplex announced that a Rec Room will be opened at Square One, which is set to open in 2018. The Rec Room is an entertainment...

How Your Kids Can Make the Most of their Summer

Think back to your childhood—a simpler time, before the craze of cell-phones, iPads, laptops and other gadgets. When you weren’t playing outdoors, you were...

Elite Athlete Training Program Comes To Peel Board

The Peel School Board has now introduced a new program combining education with the development of elite athletes. Student athletes can now apply for...

Major Sauga Park Opening This Summer

The Hancock Woodlands, near Cooksville and Hurontario, is re-opening soon after a lengthy period of renovation. The 6000 acre park is scheduled to re-open this...

YourSauga Outdoor Pool Guide

This summer, find your local community pool for a way to escape the heat. Mississauga has 7 outdoor pool locations ensuring close proximity for...

Malton Monument Set For Restorations

Malton’s Heritage CF 100 was built by Avro and is currently sitting on a pedestal on Derry Road beside the renamed Paul Coffey Park...

Tim Hortons Introduces New Summer Treats For Mississauga

Tim Hortons is joining the rest of Canada in celebrating the 150th anniversary of the Confederation. To mark the occasion, Tims is introducing a...

Why Shop at the Farmers Market?

Buying Ontario grown food is beneficial for you, your family, your local community and the environment. The Farmers’ Markets are very accessible, and people...

Why YourSauga Homes Increased In Value

First off, let's get it out of the way, I have no idea whether prices are headed up or down in the short term...

Port Credit Farmers’ Market Opens With Huge Success

The Port Credit Farmers’ returned to the village Saturday, June 10th! Visit the Farmers' Market every Saturday from June until Thanksgiving to pick up...

Game of Thrones Wine Available At LCBO

Have you ever wanted to be just like Tyrion Lannister? Or Cersei Lannister? Hopefully not, but now you can drink the drink of the...

Proposed New Development at Woodbine

Jim Lawson, the CEO of Woodbine Entertainment Groups on February 16th, announced a massive development project for Woodbine racetrack. The new development plans promise...

Westwood Square: New Openings Planned for Summer

Now that the nicer weather has arrived, many aspects of construction at Westwood Square are in their final phase. Both the new Shoppers Drug Mart...

The Streetsville Farmers’ Market is Now Open!

The Streetsville Lions Club’s service club is proud to announce the return of the Streetsville Lions Farmers’ Market.  Come join us at the new...

New OSAP means lower tuition

Graduation­ – with a post-secondary degree or diploma – should be a start on a new and exciting life. Here is how to get...

The Bread and Honey Festival’s 45th Anniversary Celebration!

The Bread and Honey Festival is back and is celebrating its 45th Anniversary! The Streetsville Founders’ Bread and Honey Festival will be running Friday,...

City Awarded $2.5 Million in Canada 150 Community Infrastructure Funding

The Honourable Navdeep Bains, Minister of Innovation, Science and Economic Development, Minister responsible for the Federal Economic Development Agency for Southern Ontario (FedDev Ontario)...

Winter Fun In The Early 1940’s

Memories from the Streetsville Historical Society Members Growing up in Streetsville and surrounding areas in the early 1940's and 50's was so different then today....

Mississauga Music Walk of Fame

Mississauga’s Music Walk of Fame in Port Credit Memorial Park was established in 2012 by Councillor Jim Tovey. This inaugural ceremony recognized the amazing...

The Streetsville Hockey League

Uniting the Hockey Community Under One Roof The Streetsville Hockey League (SHL) has been serving the community for over 70 years! The SHL provides non-contact...

Welcome to SaugaBusks!

Mississauga’s Busking season opened May 14. This season, 25 buskers have had their applications reviewed, approved and are ready to entertain you daily from...

What is this Streetsville Historic building used for now?

History of the Robinson-Bray House Built in 1885, the Robinson-Bray House is a popular landmark and one of the most noteworthy historic buildings in Streetsville. ...

Paul Coffey Arena

More than a million dollars’ worth of renovations at the local arena in Malton are transforming the building inside and out. The facility, on...

Important Malton Updates

MyMalton Community Visioning Sessions were a series of community gatherings designed for public input on planning policies that shape the look and feel of...

Fetch & Releash Rescuing and Rehoming Dogs in Need

Fetch & Releash Rescue is a volunteer based, not-for-profit organization in the GTA dedicated to rescuing and rehoming dogs in need.  This organization is...

The governments plan to cool down the HOT housing market

However, there is another dimension in how the government will control our real estate activity. Beginning in 2016 every sale of principal residence will...

Popular Lorne Park Restaurant Getting Replaced

Tu Casa, a popular Mediterranean restaurant in Lorne Park, has closed its doors this week, but don't worry, something delicious this way comes. Mississauga's restaurant...