Situated in the southwest corner of the city, along the shore of Lake Ontario. It is bordered by Lake Ontario to the south, Oakville to the west, Erindale and Erin Mills to the north, and Lorne Park to the east. Clarkson is the oldest village of Mississauga.

School Drinking Fountain

Report Found Traces Of Lead In Drinking Fountains at Schools &...

Recently a group of journalism organizations concluded their investigation into the state of drinking water at different Ontario institutions. The organizations which included Global...
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5 Free Programs Offered by Your Local Library| Mississauga Services

The greatest asset for free and enriching education is still the local library. In addition to the abundance of nonfiction, writing, and education materials...
Clarkson

Clarkson welcomes fall colours and events

Clarkson welcomes fall colours and events. The first day of Fall was September 21st. For some, their favourite time of year. With so many...

Where You Can Go To Vote In Mississauga| Canadian Federal Election...

The federal election is finally here, but finding the most convenient location that’s right for you can be a pain if you’re not familiar...

Mystery Tea At Benares House – October 19

One of the best places to go in Mississauga for an afternoon of unique fun is Benares Historic House, and it's offering up a...
Lakeshore Art Trail

Celebrating 20th year, Lakeshore Art Trail runs October 19th and 20th

Celebrating its 20th year, the Lakeshore Art Trail is an artistic-community based art show tour. This highly anticipated annual art show runs October 19 to 20, 2019...
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Small Business Spotlight: Rising Stars Cricket Academy of Excellence |Mississauga Small...

Youth sports is often considered a consistently great gateway to develop skills. Whether that is building physical skills which can make your child stronger...
Mississauga Derailment

Commemorating the 40th Anniversary of The Mississauga Miracle

Commemorating the 40th Anniversary of The Mississauga Miracle. Do you remember the 1979 train derailment? November 10, 2019 marks the 40th anniversary of the...

5 Diverse Job Openings In Clarkson Right Now

We know how hard it can be finding a job. And we also know how important it is to have one as soon as...

6 Possible New Names For Clarkson GO Station

In a rather surprising move, Metrolinx recently announced that it was selling the naming rights to several GO Transit Stations across the GTA. The organisation...
Benares House Clarkson

Free Concert At Benares House Clarkson

One of our favourite things about summer in Mississauga is the music. The sunshine brings with it so much fantastic music from local and...
Lakeshore Corridor Traffic

Council Supports Plan for improved Transit on the Lakeshore Corridor

City Council endorsed the Lakeshore Connecting Communities Transportation Master Plan which sets out a long-term vision for transit and corridor improvements along Lakeshore Road...

Business Spotlight: Fairfields Swimming Club

Ladies and gents, summer is right around the corner. While it's been a schizophrenic spring in regards to the weather, we're expecting the sun...
Spring Mississauga

Out and about Mississauga – Five things to do this spring

It’s time to get out of that winter hibernation mode and give your body some much deserved vitamin D. Spring is officially here, which...
Momiji Clarkson Village

Restaurant Spotlight: Momiji Sushi

Seeing as Mississauga is a fair distance away from the North Atlantic Ocean, and nowhere near Asia, you have to be careful with where...
Shop Offline

Shop “offline” this holiday season to avoid Canada Post woes

Many consumers will be going offline and heading into stores this holiday season because of Canada Post's backlog of six million packages. A study shows one in four Canadians...

Christmas in Clarkson Village NOV 29

The Clarkson BIA will be hosting its annual Community Tree Lighting event "Christmas in the Village" tonight at the Clarkson Community Church located at...
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Beyond Sit & Stay: Dogs In Service

What can you say about ”Man’s Best Friend”? Well actually you can say quite a bit when we are talking about the four legged...

Fall into Clarkson

On August 11th I was surprised to see Halloween candy in a grocery store! I felt we were in the midst of summer and...
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Mississauga Municipal Election 2018 Results

Mississauga Municipal Election 2018 Results:  Find Out Who Will Be Representing You At Mississauga City Hall For The Next Four Years. Not surprisingly perhaps, incumbent...
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Dance Workshops at Studio PAVAS

Studio PAVAS offers a dance workshop program each year. Renowned choreographers are hosted at the studio to teach workshop style dance classes in the...

Home Equity Line of Credit or Sell ‘n STAY™?

Which works best for you? During the last 15 years, the Canadian housing market has continued to grow at a steady pace. In the US...
Remembrance Day, Heritage Mississauga

Paint a poppy at HAUNTED MISSISSAUGA

Kids Are Invited to Paint A Poppy at HAUNTED MISSISSAUGA17th Annual "Haunted Mississauga" Heritage Tour on Saturday, October 20, 2018. Join in Saturday, October 20th at...
Pump Restaurants, Port Credit, Clarkson, Oakville

Investor syndicate acquires Pump Group of Restaurants

A private investor syndicate ("Pump Hospitality Group") led by Scott Bonikowsky and Jaysen Steeves today announced the acquisition of the Pump group of restaurants,...

The History of Lorne Park

The Lorne Park area as we know it today is very different from its rural and agricultural beginnings. The area was one of the numerous...

Lakeshore Art Trail returns October 13 & 14

The 19th annual Lakeshore Art Trail is an artistic-community based art show tour. This highly anticipated art show runs October 13 to 14, 2018 from 10:00 a.m. to...

Volunteers Celebrate 50 Years of Service

Church Community Volunteers (CCV) will complete its 50th year of service to the Clarkson Lorne Park community, currently providing transportation to health-related appointments and...

5 of the Best Clarkson Bars For Summer

Summer is coming to an end! Don't worry though, there's still time to soak in some sun and enjoy a beautiful weekend at one...

YourSAUGA – Back-To-School tips

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...

YourSAUGA – final list of candidates for upcoming election

Official List of Candidates for the 2018 Municipal Election is Now FinalThe official list of candidates running in the City of Mississauga's 2018 Municipal...

Benares House Gets Invaded By Steampunk – July 21

The fine folks at Benares Historic House are at it again, providing Mississauga residents with incredible events year-round. And you can't accuse the organisers...

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...

Clarkson Village will be “Live” this weekend!

The Clarkson Business Association and all the business members throughout the Village invite you to visit the Village of Clarkson at their upcoming Summer...

Canadian Cancer Society 13th Annual Spring Garden Tour

Eleven homeowners in the Clarkson area have graciously agreed to open their beautiful spring gardens to the public for viewing on Sunday, May 27...

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...

YourSAUGA favourite restaurants to celebrate Mother’s Day

Want to treat your Mom to a memorable meal on Mother’s Day?  Here are our picks of restaurants in Mississauga we think your Mom...

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...

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...
Free Yoga Mississauga

YourSAUGA HEALTH SERIES PART 1 – YOGA

In today’s modern world with all the advanced metrics, sciences, knowledge etc. we have at our disposal, whether it be in sport, medicine or...

Kids learn so much more than just steps in dance class

Studio PAVAS is a private school of the arts offering year round educational instruction in Performing and Visual Arts (art, music, drama, and dance)...

Studio Pavas a leader in performing and visual arts instruction

Studio PAVAS offers music, dance, drama students in their musical theatre production and classes. If your child has ever dreamed of singing, dancing or...

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...

Mississauga’s Most Affordable Neighbourhoods

Mississauga is a fast-growing area of Ontario and Canada in general, both with families and immigrants. When you either move to Mississauga, become ready to...

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 Caprese Salad

Restaurant Spotlight: Solstice Restaurant & Wine Bar

We've spotlighted many restaurants here on YourSauga over the past year or so, but every now and then we cover one that really stands...

CHRISTMAS IN CLARKSON VILLAGE

The businesses in Clarkson Village invite you to visit their store, business or restaurant to experience Christmas in Clarkson Village this holiday season. Clarkson Village...

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...

Restaurant Spotlight: Marco Polo

For today's Restaurant Spotlight, we head along Lakeshore Road West into Clarkson village, where we'll find a unassuming little building that houses one of...

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...

YourSAUGA Business Feature

The gift that shines forever At Lorne Park Jewellers you will find the Christmas gift for your loved that will last more than any other...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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...

Restaurant Spotlight: Casalinga Ristorante

Located within the historic Clarkson Village, Casalinga Ristorante brings a touch of Florence to Mississauga. The restaurant has been around for a number of years...

Solo Art Show

Local artist that lives and works in Port Credit will be putting on a solo fine art show this weekend. After working as a graphic...

Halloween in the Clarkson

The Clarkson BIA invites you to our “Halloween in the Village” event on Saturday, October 28th from 10am to 2pm. This event is always a...

The 2017 Stars of South Mississauga Business Awards

Awarding Excellence in the Community The 6th Annual Stars of South Mississauga Business Awards took place on Wednesday, October 11th. The Stars of South Mississauga Business...

18th Annual Lakeshore Art Trail – YourSAUGA

Lakeshore Art Trail holds its 18th annual free self-guided Art Show & Sale studio tour in Mississauga on October 14 & 15, 2017 from...

Solutions to Help with your Near Vision – YourSAUGA

By Dr. Sean Karnani, Clarkson Eye Care Are you having trouble reading your phone or computer screen at work? You are not alone. Presbyopia is...

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! -...

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...

Bradley Museum hosts first Sunrise Ceremony – YourSAUGA

On Saturday, September 23, the City of Mississauga’s Bradley Museum will be hosting a traditional First Nations Sunrise Ceremony. Residents and visitors are welcome and encouraged...

City of Mississauga Wants to hear Your Story – YourSAUGA

The City of Mississauga is asking residents to share the stories that define what life in Mississauga means to them through an initiative called,...

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...

Clarkson has quietly become a Mississauga dining destination

We're always talking about food and Mississauga. The two go hand in hand. However, we often overlook a couple of locations in the city...

Q and A with Solstice Chef John Paul

Solstice Restaurant and Wine Bar continues to be a family owned and operated, fine dining neighbourhood restaurant offering exceptional quality and value. The Angheloni...

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...