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It’s Time to Paint the Town Red in Port Credit!

The Paint the Town Red Port Credit Community Association is holding their first ever Spring Fling concert at the Army Navy Air Force Club in Mississauga. The night consists of some of Canada’s best tribute bands playing to help raise… Continue Reading →

PAINT THE TOWN RED: Hazel Marshals the Parade!

After 11 years, Paint the Town Red, now named the Hazel McCallion Canada Day Parade, the popular Canada Day celebration in Port Credit, has evolved from a quaint community parade into one of the best-attended Canada Day parades and celebrations in the country. On July… Continue Reading →

Port Credit BIA Seeks Volunteers for the Hazel McCallion Parade!

The Port Credit BIA are looking for volunteers to help out this Canada Day at the Hazel McCallion Parade (Previously called “Paint the Town Red”)! Volunteers are needed for the following jobs: Setting up  Posting signs Checking in Serving breakfast Coordinating with… Continue Reading →

Shipwreck Anchors in Port Credit

Words by Trish Dugan You might think you’re seeing ghosts when you watch the film Shipwrecked on a Great Lake on a waterscreen in J.C. Saddington Park on Wednesday through Sunday evenings in July. The waterscreen, created by Montreal’s Laser Quantum, turns two-dimensional images… Continue Reading →

Video Spotlight: Jammers Waffle House Band

In 2012, Harry, Josh, Jovan, Matthew and Russell of Cawthra Park SS started to play together, bringing their preferred genres of music to the table to create an intense chemistry and collaboration that came to be known as the Jammers… Continue Reading →

Photos: Canada Day Celebrations in the City

Mississauga’s Canada Day celebrations were a huge success throughout all three venues: Paint the Town Red, Celebration Square and Streetsville. We’re presenting you with a mini-recap of what happened on Canada’s birthday throughout the city. Be sure to visit out Facebook albums… Continue Reading →

Canada Day in Mississauga: Three Exciting Venues, One Big Celebration!

On July 1, 1867, the Province of Canada, Nova Scotia and New Brunswick united to become a new federation with its own constitution by signing the Constitution Act—formerly known as the British North America Act. The Constitution Act granted Canada… Continue Reading →

Love Where You Live

This is the first of a series introducing the organizations and individuals that are shaping a legacy of distinct and unique communities in our City. Words by Mike Douglas The Daniels Corporation is an award-winning development company whose philosophy is… Continue Reading →

Symphony In Three Cords

Lifting expectations for a better designed city takes a new vocabulary. Below a prominent architect provides creative options.Words and Photography by Michael Spaziani I have been pondering Gertrude Stein’s assessment of Oakland California in 1930 when she declared, “There is… Continue Reading →

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