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Just a little bit about Mississauga, Ontario.
The city of Mississauga is situated within the Greater Toronto Area [GTA] and has a population of approximately 700,000. Canada's sixth largest city is home to Lester B. Pearson Airport and has the biggest concentration of major highways in the country, with Highways 401, 403, 10 and the Queen Elizabeth Way passing right through the city.
Mississauga is a fascinating city with people of many cultures living and working together. Most newcomers seem to successfully integrate into the community bringing both harmony and good race relations to the city.
Mississauga became a city in 1974 and almost 40% of the population is between the ages of 20 and 44. The city's many amenities and extensive transportation network make it an appealing destination for homebuyers. Proximity to Etobicoke and Toronto to the East and Oakville, Burlington, Hamilton and London to the West is another appealing feature.
In the past decade Mississauga has experienced a huge surge in development in both commercial and residential. Mixing development with proper planning has allowed the city to prosper while continuing to preserve its rich history and beautiful natural environment.
The city's extensive system of trails caters to walkers, cyclists, joggers and inline skaters and in the winter months many cross country skiers make use of these same trails. There are also numerous parks and woodlands including Mississauga Valley Park, Meadowvale Conservation Area, Lakefront Promenade Park, and Erindale Park , just to name a few.
For dog lovers, the city has established Leash Free Zones in designated areas such as Garnetwood, Jack Darling and Etobicoke Valley Parks.
Mississauga has a vibrant cultural community and includes a cosmopolitan and exciting art and theatre scene, the Living Arts Centre, The Art Gallery of Mississauga, The Gallery of Emerging Young Artists and the Meadowvale Theatre.
Stage West is another cultural gem and is a unique entertainment complex, which combines a magnificent all-suite Hotel with an indoor saltwater swimming pool and giant water slide with a first class Theatre Restaurant. Being just 10 minutes from Pearson International Airport and 20 minutes from downtown Toronto makes Stage West the perfect getaway for couples, honeymooners and families and is only 2 blocks south of highway 401 on Dixie Road and Matheson Blvd.
Mississauga's historic museums such as Bradley Museum and Benares Historic House highlight its rich past, with a taste of life in the early 19th and 20th centuries. Also adding to Mississauga's rich past are the older towns of Cooksville, Clarkson, Port Credit, Streetsville, Malton and Meadowvale Village which are now all incorporated into the city of Mississauga.
The city's main shopping attraction is Square One, situated at highway 10 and Burnhamthorpe Road and is Ontario's largest mall. Here you will find just about everything your heart desires and to make your shopping experience one to remember there are many fine restaurants and cafes just waiting to cater to your needs.
Mississauga boasts many fine elementary and secondary schools both Public and Catholic with a campus of the University of Toronto at Erindale College in the city's West end.
Of all the reasons why people like to call Mississauga home there is one that stands out the most and that is the City's reputation of being the safest city in Canada.