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Don't miss Bradley Museum's annual maple festival: March 9, 10, 16 and 17. Enjoy fun for the whole family, pancakes with real maple syrup, crafts, games and more!

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See, meet and interact with an eye-popping collection of amazing life-like dinosaurs and other creatures in a live stage performance of Erth's Dinosaur Zoo at Living Arts Centre on March 11th.

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Free Library March Break Programs

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Spring & Summer Programs are now available for registration!

Find creative arts, recreation, and library programs for all ages, interests and abilities.

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Blooming Boulevards is now accepting applications for free boulevard (and right of way) pollinator gardens for 2024. Mississauga residents are eligible to receive up to 50 low-maintenance plants for sun or shade, that are native to the Credit Watershed area.

These beautiful, easy-care wildflowers withstand salt and drought, reduce runoff, and will provide pollinators with food and shelter throughout the year. 

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Mississauga City Council approved the 2024 by-election

schedule to fill the Mayor’s seat.

The date of the by-election for Mayor is Monday, June 10, 2024.

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March Break is the perfect time to give children the opportunity to get outdoors and connect with the natural world at Riverwood! Children from ages 6-12 (grades 1-6) spend the week adventuring with our experienced, professional outdoor educators.

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'Spring Forward' on Sunday, March 10th @ 2:00 am

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

The Province has announced plans to support two key transit priorities for Mississauga – enhancing GO Train service along the Milton Line with two-way, all-day service and reinstating the two-kilometre Downtown Loop as part of the Hazel McCallion Line (Hurontario LRT).

Mississauga looks forward to working with the Province, Metrolinx and the Federal government to implement these key city-building initiatives to help residents get around quicker and easier.

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General Meeting of Canadian Federation of University Women.

March 4 @ 1:30pm

Solel Congregation

2399 Folkway Drive

Trillium Health Network


The City is redeveloping South Common Community Centre & Library in 2024!

Stay up to date with the progress

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