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What Can Culture Be? The City is Looking to Residents for the Answer

January 16, 2017 Starting this month, the City’s Culture Division, guided by the Arts, Culture and Heritage Steering Committee, will begin meeting with residents and art groups to create a new Culture Master Plan. “The Culture Master Plan will establish strategic direction and identify specific actions that will grow and evolve Mississauga’s arts and culture scene Full Article

AMBER ALERT CANCELLED – Peel Police Locates 15 Year old Abducted female from Mississauga

Mississauga– Investigators from the 12 Division Criminal Investigation Bureau are looking for information to help locate a 15 year old female and identify suspects in relation to an abduction ...Full Article

Free Mississauga Online Business Directory is Now Available

The City of Mississauga has launched a new online business directory offering free digital access to nearly 15,000 Mississauga businesses.   The directory is available on the City’s Open ...Full Article

Indira Naidoo-Harris Appointed as Ontario’s Minister of Women’s Issues and Minister Responsible for Early Years & Child Care

Letter from the Minister: Dear friends & neighbours,    I am humbled and honoured by the trust the Premier has placed in me through my appointment today as Ontario’s ...Full Article

Nominations close for Councillor Ward 42 by-election

TORONTO – The by-election for the office of Councillor Ward 42 (Scarborough-Rouge River) will be held on February 13, 2017. The last day to file or withdraw a nomination ...Full Article

MPP Mangat’s Hazel McCallion Day Act A Law Now

QUEEN’S PARK – This morning, MPPs voted unanimously to allow Bill 16, the Hazel McCallion Day Act, to pass Third Reading. It received Royal Assent and was made provincial ...Full Article

Brampton North Wants to Invest in Young Canadians Canada Summer Jobs 2017

Brampton – To get a greater number of Canadian youth working next summer during Canada’s 150th anniversary year, all not-for-profit organizations, public-sector employers, and small businesses with up to ...Full Article

Ontario Passes Legislation to Create More Affordable Housing for Families

Province Reducing Red Tape on Secondary Suites, Allowing for Inclusionary Zoning   Yesterday, Ontario passed legislation that will increase access to affordable housing for families across the province and ...Full Article

Sidhu Seconds Bill C-305 that cracks down on hate-based property damage, vandalism & other acts of criminal mischief

OTTAWA—Member of Parliament for Nepean, Chandra Arya, tabled Bill C-305, An Act to amend the Criminal Code (mischief) in September. On November 22, 2016 — the bill was debated for the first time ...Full Article

Statement by the Prime Minister of Canada on the death of a member of the Canadian Armed Forces

The Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, issued the following statement after learning yesterday of the fatal CF-18 Hornet air training accident at 4 Wing Cold Lake in Alberta: “I was ...Full Article