All about Mississauga: Home to the longest standing mayor in Canada, Mississauga is a large suburb that acts as a vibrant city complete with a bolstering skyline. With a downtown-like community organically forming around Square One Shopping Centre and City Hall, you’ll notice Mississauga is made up of an array of cultures and family types, making it a highly multicultural city. According to Walks Score, Mississauga is the 4th most walkable large city in Canada. Well-manicured lawns and cookie cutter homes are plenty, yet among them are pockets of hidden gems found in Port Credit, Streetsville and Lorne Park residential neighbourhoods. Well developed, fast growing and diverse are 3 words that sum up Mississauga.
Things to see in Mississauga: Living Arts Centre is the pinnacle for performing arts in the city core. Newly created Celebration Square, (a mini Yonge and Dundas square) hosts’ events all year round, from skating in the winter to farmer markets and movie nights, under the stars, in summer. Mississauga has more than 480 parks, and packs in a great crowd for the largest multicultural Festival in Ontario, known as Carassauga.