Engagement at Bradley 1812
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Canada 150 and Looking back at Confederation
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Annual General Meeting
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Heritage Speakers Series Tonight
Featuring Ron Dale speaking on the War of 1812 on the Niagara Frontier

May 10th 2012

Mississauga Heritage Speakers Series 2012





Presented in collaboration by Mississauga’s Heritage Partners: Heritage Mississauga, Mississauga Library System, Mississauga Heritage Advisory Committee, and the Museums of Mississauga.


Date: Thursday, May 10th, 2012

Location: Noel Ryan Auditorium, Mississauga Central Library

301 Burnhamthorpe Road West.

Lecture begins promptly at 7:00pm.



“The War of 1812 on the Niagara Frontier”

Featuring guest speaker Ron Dale

War of 1812 Bicentennial Project Manager, Parks Canada Agency


This lecture will focus on the Niagara battlefields and historic sites, and the role of the militia on the Niagara frontier.

Culture on the Map
Mississauga launches interactive Culture Resource Map

May 1st 2012

Mississauga Launches an Innovative Cultural Resource Map

Putting culture on the map in the City of Mississauga, the City of Mississauga Culture Division launched the Mississauga Culture Resource Map on May 1st, 2012. This innivoative map provides a comprehensive source for all things arts, culture and heritage in the City of Mississauga.


Check it out!



Press Release from the City of Mississauga:


Cultural Mapping

War of 1812 Conference
We Stand on Guard for Thee: The African Canadian Experience in the War of 1812

April 30th 2012

We Stand on Guard for Thee: The African Canadian Experience in the War of 1812

The Workshop will provide a forum for scholars, students, educators, community historians and interested members of the public to explore the important role played by African Canadians in this, the last war fought on Canadian soil. Participants will discuss the wartime experience of Black women and children, as well as the post-war migration of the so-called "Black Refugees,” some 2,000 African Americans who fought for the British, to the eastern seaboard of Canada.

Sponsored by the Harriet Tubman Institute and the Augmented Reality Lab in the Department of Fine Arts at York University, in cooperation with the History Department, Brock University; the Central Ontario Network for Black History; and the St. Catharines Museum.



Mississauga Legends Row
Plan to celebrate Mississauga’s legends

April 26th 2012

Mississauga Legends Row

A group of Mississauga citizens feel it’s time to celebrate the city’s best and brightest and are proposing something similar to a Walk of Fame to honour them.

For more information, please see the following links:

Mississauga News:


Toronto Star:


No Designation for Shipp Home
Mississauga City Council votes against Heritage Designation Recommendation

April 25th 2012

Mississauga City Council votes to not Designate the Shipp family home

At a recent meeting of the City of Mississauga’s Heritage Advisory Committee, a motion was brought forward to Designate under the terms of the Ontario Heritage Act the home of the Shipp family (re: Harold Shipp, Applewood developments) at 500 Comanche Road in Mississauga. The property is Listed on the City of Mississauga Heritage Register as being part of the Credit River Corridor Cultural Landscape. The proposed Designation highlighted Mr. Shipp’s involvement in the building of the City of Mississauga and his philanthropic endeavours, amongst other criteria, and was strongly aligned with the principals and criteria as outlined in the Ontario Heritage Act.

A great deal of discussion ensued at the committee, particularly as a result of Mr. Shipp’s objection to the proposed Designation, and a resulted in a split vote, 6-3, in favour of Designation.

At the meeting of the Heritage Advisory Committee, it was determined that the Shipp House merited Designation under the terms of Ontario Heritage Act for its physical/design, historical/associative and contextual value to the community.

Please see the following link, appearing in Part 1 as Item 2, on the April 24th, 2012 Heritage Advisory Committee meeting Agenda:


The matter then went before City of Mississauga Council on Wednesday, April 25th, where the majority of Council voted against the designation recommendation from the City’s Heritage Planning Staff and the Heritage Advisory Committee.

For more information, please see the following links:

Mississauga News:


 Toronto Star:


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