Located at the intersection of Dundas Street and Hurontario Street, near the eponymous Cooksville Creek. Cooksville is home to multiple small ethic stores and restaurants selling unique products and goods.

Cooksville food festival

New Food Festival Announced, Happening In September

As you well know, we here at YourSauga love festivals and big events in the city. So you can imagine our excitement when we...

Major Changes Proposed For Cooksville

The Cooksville area is one of the busiest in Mississauga, yet also one that doesn't get a lot of love. That's something the city...
Mississauga Trails

Mississauga has lots of great trails for you to enjoy this...

Hit the Trails! With the lazy days of winter behind us, it’s time to get pumped for the warmer weather and look forward to...
Mississauga Reembrance Day

YourSAUGA – Remembrance Day ceremonies across the City

Remembrance Day is an opportunity for us to pause and reflect on the sacrifices made for the freedoms we enjoy. The Remembrance Day ceremony...
One Million Trees

Trick or Trees tree-planting event tomorrow

Fangtastic Halloween Tree Planting and Skele-Fun event. Together with Credit Valley Conservation (CVC), the City's Halloween-themed tree-planting event, Trick or Trees, lets residents give back...
Bonnie Crombie

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...

Bring your dog to DogFest@Riverwood September 30th

Leash up your Furry Friend and Enjoy the Beauty of Fall During DogFest@Riverwood What better way is there to spend a Sunday afternoon than enjoying...

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...

Mississauga Urban Design Awards – Residents to Vote

Mississauga Urban Design Awards Nominates City Sites For The 2018 Competition, Inviting Residents To Vote As a fast-growing municipality, Mississauga prioritizes and encourages good...

Mississauga’s newest park set to open 2019

Mississauga’s newest park — a site of environmental protection and a place to ponder important values The fenced-off site at 244 Matheson Blvd. West in...

Big New Park Opens In Mississauga

Is it just me or is it hot in here? Of course not, unless you've been living in a cave, you'll certainly have noticed...

Cooksville To Get New Coffee Shop

Coffee shops are like Youtube Channels, they're a dime a dozen. For better or for worse, the vast majority of those stores are chain...

New Fried Chicken Spot Open Now!

Is there a greater food than fried chicken? Possibly, but it's certainly up there in the list of greatest foods. It's with a hungry...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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...

Cooksville’s Dynamic Dining Scene

Here on yourSAUGA we talk about food on a regular basis. I often say Mississauga is an incredible melting pot of diverse cuisine, with...

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...

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...

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,...

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...

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...

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...