Ward 8 E-News
Due to the nature of the COVID-19 pandemic, information is changing quickly. For the most up-to-date information, including the status of services on what’s open and closed as it relates to new Government restrictions, please visit the following sites:
City of Mississauga

Region of Peel Public Health


Province of Ontario

Government of Canada
Update on COVID-19 vaccine roll-out & clinic locations in Mississauga

Planning is well underway for the mass vaccination system in the Region of Peel with two locations up and running and administering the vaccine and more locations coming soon.

Together with health system and community partners, the Region of Peel has successfully opened two vaccination clinic locations and is administering COVID-19 vaccinations to individuals in Phase 1 of the Government of Ontario’s prioritization framework. This is in addition to vaccine administration happening through hospital sites in Peel.

An initial introduction of vaccinations for residents 80+ in Peel was announced at Regional Council, with limited doses and appointments opening up soon, and more to come as vaccine availability increases.

  • Information on how to book and location information will be available on the Region of Peel website and social media platforms.

  • As more vaccines begin to arrive, the number of vaccines administered to this group and others will increase.

Community vaccination clinics
To meet the demand of larger population groups once vaccines arrive, clinic locations are preparing to open across Peel:

Clinic Location
  • University of Toronto-Mississauga /Trillium Health at Recreation, Athletics & Wellness Centre
  • Paramount Field House, Mississauga
  • International Centre, Mississauga
*All sites plan to operate 7 days a week.

These sites were chosen in consultation with community and municipal partners to allow residents to have a wide selection of locations at which to receive their vaccine when the time comes, across the Region of Peel. Additional options coming this spring will include drive-through, mobile “on-site” clinics, primary care and pharmacy locations. The locations are scalable and flexible in their use.

Knowing when you will receive the vaccine
Broad communication on who will be vaccinated next, clinic dates and locations as well as options for making an appointment will be shared in different languages through a variety of ways, including the Region of Peel’s website, social media platforms and many print and digital channels.


Trillium Health Partners (THP) has just launched a COVID-19 vaccine online pre-registration form for 80+ year olds. 

The form is now live on THP website and will be posted on THP social media channels. 

Residents can pre-register for a vaccination and will be called by the clinic as appointments become available. 

You can find a link here



Are you an Ontario student 15 to 29 years and have a business idea? 
The Summer Company program can help you launch and operate a business this summer!

This program provides: 
  • Business training and mentorship to get your business up and running
  • Opportunity for a grant up to $3,000 to help launch your summer business

The deadline to apply to the 2021 Summer Company program in Mississauga is
Monday, April 19, 2021, by 5:00 p.m. 

Blooming Boulevards is now accepting applications for free boulevard (and right of way) wildflower pollinator gardens for 2021. Mississauga residents are eligible to receive up to 50 low-maintenance plants native to the Credit Watershed area. These beautiful wildflowers withstand salt and drought and will provide pollinators with food and shelter throughout the year. 

Applications and information can be found at 
blooming boulevards. If you have questions, please email Blooming Boulevards directly.

Download your 2021 Waste Schedule is now available Personal Calendar
Spring Forward on
Sunday, March 14 @ 2:00 a.m.

This is also a perfect time to change the batteries in your smoke detectors.


The Mississauga Club of the Canadian Federation of University Women is holding its meetings virtually for the time being due to Provincial Guidelines. Our next meeting will be Monday, March 1 at 7:30 p.m. featuring guest speaker professional photographer Susanne Jeffrey.

Her presentation will be on “Great Houses - A Nation’s History and Art”. You can join us from the comfort of your home. For more information - CFUW.
The Mississauga Roads 2.0 app can be download from the Apple App Store or the Google Play Store OR Visit the online Snow Plow Tracker.

For all Winter Maintenace updates, please visit Snow Clearing.
Please avoid parking your vehicle on the street when we are experiencing a snow fall. Parked vehicles stop salting and clearing roads for emergency vehicles, public transit and residents.

These recent photos show what the operators face through some of our residential routes. Please remove your car from the street during winter activities.
As of January 1, 2019, the Province has legislated municipalities to develop and adopt a Community Safety and Well-being Plan. On October 22, 2020, Regional Council adopted Peel's Community Safety and Well-being Plan (2020-2024). More than 25 organizations representing emergency services, school boards, health and social service providers and governments, came together over the past two years to develop the plan.

The 18th edition of the Mississauga Marathon, scheduled for May 1-2, 2021, will be moving to a virtual event. Those currently registered for the 2021 Mississauga Marathon and all 2020 deferrals will be automatically transferred to the 2021 Virtual Mississauga Marathon event. 

Please email any further questions to info@mississaugamarathon.com


A COVID Hero is a Mississauga resident, group or local business that has gone above and beyond their regular day-to-day or work commitments to help their neighbours and/or the community during the pandemic.