Ward 8 E-News

The Hazel McCallion Walk for Health is back!

Join Trillium Health Partners Foundation on June 4, 2023 for a 2 km or 5 km walk
All funds raised will help build Canada's largest hospital, the future home of The Peter Gilgan Mississauga Hospital.
Learn More: Trillium Walk 2023
This for-profit grant provides funding to offset the eligible expenses associated with the presentation of safe and inclusive live music events to Mississauga residents and visitors. The program stems from the City’s Music Strategy and is designed to help increase the number and frequency of live music events in Mississauga.

From April 20 to May 8, join us for in-person and virtual events to learn how to take action to make our city more sustainable and resilient to our changing climate.

Take part in many Earth Day events throughout the City of Mississauga.

April is tax season, and we’re here to help. From return to refund, Mississauga Library, in partnership with the Canada Revenue Agency, is here to ease some of the stress caused by tax season with free workshops and tax clinics.

The library strives to educate and empower Mississauga residents by providing programs that reflect their needs and interests.

This includes helping residents understand their taxes, complete their tax return and get the benefits and credits they’re entitled to.

In-person programs do not require registration and are first come-first served. Residents interested in coming to a tax clinic can book an appointment with library staff in person or over the phone.

Visit mississaugalibrary.ca/taxes for more information about the library’s tax workshops and clinics.
Growing Mississauga is our bold action plan to build more housing and make it more affordable. We’re ready to grow responsibly but we will need support from other levels of government and the housing industry to make it happen.

Spring is finally here!

Which means our ticket to longer days and preparing for warmer weather ahead. It’s also a time of renewal and celebration for many cultures across our vibrant city. Looking to make plans with family and friends? Here are some ideas to welcome spring (also known as Spring Equinox) in Mississauga.

Community engagement is important to us! We want to hear your ideas and opinions on the projects that are transforming the city. There are many different ways to get involved and work together to plan and shape Mississauga’s future.

Your opinion matters! Share your input
MiWay strives to make your experience better and wants your feedback!

Complete our five-minute semi-annual survey online by April 17, 2023. If you would like to participate online.

Keep Wildlife Wild  

This information is provided by the City of Mississauga Animal Services

For more information visit Mississauga Animal Services
Canadian Federation of University Women's monthly meeting

Monday, April 3, 2023 @1:30pm
Solel Congregation. 2399 Folkway Drive, Mississauga
(Erin Mills Parkway & Folkway).

The Mississauga Symphony Used Book Sale Group

Every Tuesday 1pm - 4pm & Thursday 9am - 12pm.

Sheridan Centre/Sherwood Village Mall – Lower Level
Applications and information can be found at Blooming Boulevards:
Apply now to make sure your garden is reserved!
Anyone with information concerning aggressive driving or street racing activities in the Region of Peel should contact 905-453-3311.

Driving complaints are required to be filed through the Road Watch portal on the Police website.