With temperaturesrising and summer well on its way, Mississauga residents looking to cool off can beat the heat at one of Mississauga’s spray pads, pools and parks. Continue reading Summertime Fun at Mississauga’s Spray Pads, Pools and Parks
Students, staff and dignitaries gathered yesterday at Kenollie Public School in Mississauga to celebrate the grand opening of the school’s new rain garden. Hosted by Credit Valley Conservation (CVC) and Kenollie Public School, the event hailed environmental learning opportunities for students and the community. Continue reading Pouring Positivity: Grand Opening of Kenollie Public School Rain Garden
Are you 12 – 14 years old? Would you like to travel on MiWay for free this summer? How about free public swimming at both indoor and outdoor pools? Then you need a Freedom Pass! Continue reading Mississauga Freedom Pass
The Peel District School Board invites families and members of the public to attend the first public meeting for the Pupil Accommodation Review (PAR) for Gordon Graydon Memorial, Glenforest, Lorne Park, TL Kennedy and The Woodlands secondary schools.
Thursday, June 2, 2016 7 to 9 p.m. Port Credit Secondary School 70 Mineola Rd. E., Mississauga
“A landmark or iconic building is proposed for the tip of the pier to a maximum height of 22 storeys. This building must have a destination use and satisfy a number of criteria outlined in the plan, including an international design competition.” – Staff Report
Inspiration Port Credit is at the Planning & Development Committee next Monday (May 30th) when the ‘Master Plan’ for 1 Port St. E. is up for approval.
Here’s a video of the February 4th, 2016 presentation of that plan at Clarke Hall in Port Credit.
You’ll find a copy of the staff report recommending approval here.