We’re Now Accepting Orders for the Port Credit ‘Rive Gauche’ T-Shirt!

Wear your love for PC this summer with this nautical tee!  Price is all-inclusive with 2-3 day delivery anywhere in Canada via Canada Post.

DYK We Also Offer a Complete Line of Online Products and Services?

We’re not just a source of local news, information and events…we also offer an extensive line of services to get your business online and to grow your business online!

Whether you’re looking for your first Web site or that shiny new 100% mobile friendly site that you’ve been promising yourself we can help.  We’re proud to use WordPress on all of our sites.  We enjoy the fact that they can be updated and maintained from anywhere using nothing more than a smart phone.  (And they look great on a smart phone too.)

We can install a WordPress site for you from just $499 and once it’s in place we can even maintain and update it for you if necessary.  It probably won’t be though.

We also offer advertising across all four of our Mississauga online properties (portcredit.ca, streetsville.ca, clarkson.ca and mymississauga.ca) as well as our newest addition myoakville.ca.  A variety of options are available and custom campaigns are no problem…just contact us.

Native Advertising is also available across all of our sites.  Let’s talk about how sponsored content may fit in with your marketing plan.

For complete information on all of our products and services please visit engage.mymississauga.ca.

Now’s Your Chance – Share Your Ideas on What Can Community Services Be?

Do you have ideas or suggestions about what Culture, Recreation, Parks & Forestry, Library and Fire & Emergency Services can be in the future?

Help us continue building a city where people want to be. We’re creating long-range plans for the next five to 10 years for Culture, Recreation, Parks & Forestry, Library and Fire & Emergency Services.

Before Friday, July 7, we’re encouraging residents to share their thoughts and ideas for these plans by filling out an online survey. We want to know how we can make these services better for you. For those who complete the entire survey, there is a one in five  chance to win a $100 City of Mississauga Recreation gift card.

Information gathered from community engagement initiatives like the survey will help us make future decisions that reflect community needs, address Council priorities and enhance City services and programs.

For more information about how to provide feedback, visit mississauga.ca/yourfuture.

New MiWay Route and Service Improvements Beginning July 3

MiWay will be rolling out several route and service improvements on July 3 as part of the MiWay 5 Service Plan (2016-2020). The improvements include an extended route across the city to the Mississauga Airport Corporate Centre.

Route 39 – Britannia will extend east to provide a direct connection from Meadowvale Town Centre to the Skymark Hub in the Mississauga Airport Corporate Centre, near the future Renforth transitway station.

Other service improvements include:

 

7 Airport

Revised route: Creekbank Road to Matheson Boulevard, due to construction on Eglinton Avenue East

13 Glen Erin

Extended service: Sunday morning service to begin earlier.

23 Lakeshore

Extended service: More frequent Sunday service and extended hours. Continue reading New MiWay Route and Service Improvements Beginning July 3

PORT CREDIT SPRING BOAT SHOW POSTPONED FOR 2017, RESCHEDULED FOR 2018

The Port Credit Spring Boat Show has been postponed for 2017, with plans to return in 2018. The show, set to celebrate its fourth year from June 2-4, was to be held at The Credit Village Marina in Port Credit, ON.

Show managers, Canadian Outdoor Sport Shows said that there were a number of logistical reasons for the shows re-scheduling, including the Canada’s 150th celebrations.

Heralded as the official kick-off to the boating season, the Port Credit Spring Boat Show showcased a wide assortment of new and used power and sailboats up to 60 feet; boating related products, accessories & services and live entertainment.

Many marine related services from around Ontario, who supported the show, while disappointed regarding the postponement, have also shared that they are somewhat relieved. Boat sales have been swift this fall and spring, resulting in an unexpected lower spring inventory.

‘It was a great show for us,’ stated Mike Burns, president of North South Yacht Sales. ‘It didn’t hurt that it was in our backyard, but it was great to see so many of the boat dealers and services from surrounding areas participate and do so well. The more participants – the more successful the show’.

Canadian Outdoor Sport Shows will take the spring and summer to recalibrate and return to negotiations with the City of Mississauga at a later date to start preparations for next year’s show.

The next show is slated to take place June 1 – 3, 2018. For those interested in exhibiting, please contact Canadian Outdoor Sport Shows to book space.