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Deputation To City Council
Heritage Mississauga President presents an update to Council

February 8th 2011

Join Heritage Mississauga President Barbara O’Neil as she presents an update to Mississauga’s Mayor and Council On Wednesday February 9th, 9:00am.  Each year Heritage Mississauga gives a deputation updating members of Council on the work that we have done over the past year and highlighting the events and programs available during Heritage Month.  See you there.

Heritage Bus Tour Rolling on April 18th
Join us for this interesting tour of the city of Mississauga through a history lens.

April 9th 2010

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Heritage Mississauga is pleased to present this tour of the unique historic communities and attractions that can only be found in our city. Along the way you will have an opportunity to enjoy short walking tours and experience the charm of historic Mississauga.


Equinox Sunrise Ceremony
We invite everyone to join us for an Equinox Sunrise Ceremony led by Metis Elder Joe Paquette on Saturday March 20th, 2010 at Sunrise at the Robinson-Adamson Grange

February 23rd 2010



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Peel Heritage Complex is Expanding
Complex received stimulus funding

February 4th 2010

The Region of Peel Archives and the Peel Heritage Complex will be undergoing some changes. The Complex received Infrastructure Stimulus funding to upgrade exhibition and storage facilities. To prepare for the changes, the Archives will be closed on Mondays effective January 4th, 2010. As of March 1st, 2010, the Archives Reading Room will be closed for approximately 15 months, until the fall of 2011. Access to records and information will be limited, but staff will still be able to assist. For more information, please visit or phone 905-791-4055 x3630 (until March 1) and 905-791-7800 x3630 (after March 1).

Mississauga Expands Westward
Milton and Halton region boundaries shift

February 4th 2010

The Town of Milton and Halton Region and the City of Mississauga received approval from the Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing to realign the municipal boundary effective January 1, 2010. This results in a strip of land along the eastern boundary of the Town of Milton moving into the jurisdiction of the City of Mississauga. The area is bordered by Highway 401 to the north, Highway 403 to the south, Highway 407 to the east and Ninth Line to the west. The previous boundary between Mississauga and Milton was Ninth Line. In terms of local heritage, this change of municipal boundaries places several heritage properties within Mississauga which were previously part of the Town of Milton, including St. Peter’s Roman Catholic Church, the heritage designated Bussell House, and several others. In the years to come we look forward to further documenting the history of this area.

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