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June 12 elections Mississauga – Erindale candidates

Mississauga – Erindale Mississauga – Streetsville Mississauga – Brampton South Mississauga East – Cooksville Mississauga South After presenting their 2014 Budget Plan on May 1 at Queen’s Park, the Liberals learned they had no support from the NDP and knew before… Continue Reading →

Tara’s Tales and Tastings #62: Nazdarovya! Ukrainian Feast!

Words by Tara Pepper Bobby and I had the great pleasure of hosting a Ukrainian dinner for my friends from the office and their husbands, wives and partners. It was so much fun, and I’m very grateful for this wonderful… Continue Reading →

Viral Wednesday: Test Drive Prank

This week’s video is a funny (and kind of terrifying), prank collaboration with Pepsi Max and race care driver extraordinaire, Jeff Gordon. Gordon, disguised as an older gentleman, test drives a car and takes the poor car dealer out for… Continue Reading →

Viral Wednesday: Shift It!

This week’s video is a hilarious commercial for car transmission services from Arlen’s Transmission in Burbank, CA. ” title=” ” />” title=” ” />The Adobe Flash Player is required for video playback.Get the latest Flash Player or Watch this video… Continue Reading →

Art & Activism at the New Promenade Gallery

Words by Chris Carriere On Thursday, June 28, Mississauga’s newest art gallery, the Promenade Gallery (943B Lakeshore Road East), opened its first exhibition. Owner and operator Asma Arshad Mahmood got the ball rolling with a collection of her own works,… Continue Reading →

O Canada

Words by Chris Carriere What does it mean to be Canadian? Journalists, educators, critics and artists have been mulling that question for generations. Something about sitting to the immediate north of the world’s cultural and economic epicentre seems to have filled us with… Continue Reading →

Photo Slideshow: Paramount Fine Foods Grand Opening

  Yesterday night was the official grand opening of Paramount Fine Food’s newest location across from the Erin Mills Town Centre. Hosted by singer Karl Wolf, the red carpet event was studded with prominent local officials including Mayor McCallion, MPP… Continue Reading →

Dragon’s Den Judge Arlene Dickinson Speaks at MBOT Breakfast

Arlene Dickinson from CBC’s Dragon’s Den visited the Glenerin Inn & Spa to participate in a breakfast hosted by the Mississauga Board of Trade on Tuesday. Dickinson, who is one of the “dragons,” on the show, discussed issues surrounding Canada’s… Continue Reading →

Ontario Liberal Leadership Convention: Second Ballot Results

Here are some updated results, as reported by Brian Crombie. First ballot • Sandra Pupatello: 599 (will she get 835, or will Takhar’s camp not deliver?) • Kathleen Wynne: 597 (will she get 750, or will Hoskins’ camp not deliver?) • Gerard Kennedy: 281 (he needs… Continue Reading →

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