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Jane’s Walk 2016
Take a walk in Malton!

April 15th 2016

Take part in Jane’s Walk in Malton on Sunday, April 24, 3:00 pm.

Meet at Westwood Mall Bus Terminal.


Passing of Verna Mae Weeks
Local author remembered

March 28th 2016

Remembering Verna Mae Weeks (1919-2016)

It is with great sadness that we learned of the passing of respected author, historian and long-time former Mississauga resident Verna Mae Weeks on March 16th, 2016.

Verna (nee Denison) was predeceased by her husband of 58 years, Roy Weeks, and leaves behind two children and several grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Verna is fondly remembered by many friends in the community. Remarkably, Verna recorded her stories and memories, as well as captured the spirit of local history, in seven remarkable books:

"My Villages of Mississauga" (1986), "Lakeview: More Than Just Land, Volume One" (1990), "Lakeview: More Than Just Land, Volume Two" (1990), "Lorne Park: Dreams of Long Ago" (1993), "Port Credit: A Glimpse of Other Days" (1995), Cooksville: Village of the Past" (1996), and "Erindale: the Pretty Little Village" (1999).

In 2000 Verna was the recipient of the MHF Heritage Award for her exceptional work in preserving and documenting Mississauga’s heritage.

Verna will be missed.

Last Farm in Mississauga still going
Hustler family will continue

February 2nd 2016

From The Mississauga News:

After death of patriarch, Hustler family vows to fight on as owners of the last working farm in Mississauga

Remembering Ron Searle
Former Mayor of Mississauga Passes

September 1st 2015

Remembering former Mississauga Mayor Ron Searle (1919-2015)

Ron Searle, who was Mayor of Mississauga from 1976-1978, passed on August 29th at the age of 96.

Mississauga New Article

Torontoist’s Historicist Articles
Remembering the Mississaugas of the Credit River

June 15th 2015

Torontoist articles remember the Mississauga of the Credit River:

Torontoist‘s goal is to capture the tenor and texture of life in Toronto, to evoke the daily experience of the city in words and images. This includes, especially, the physical shape of the city as it grows and changes, the political and civic developments which provide it with direction, the culture which animates its public spaces, and the history which got it to this point. We try always to be faithful in our rendering of Toronto, and to be fearless in advocating for what we think might make it better.

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