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Celebrating Mississauga’s Cultural Heritage Video Launch
Exciting New Video from Heritage Mississauga!

September 29th 2014

As part of our three-year Ontario Trillium Foundation grant, we are thrilled to launch our first “Celebrating Mississauga’s Culture Heritage” vignette! This video highlights some of the many community festivals and events that celebrate the city’s multicultural heritage.

Produced by Gabriella Bank, Sanborg Productions

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jcoSUfhA-Wk

Explore the First World War in Mississauga during Doors Open 2014
Doors Open 2014 - Saturday, September 27th, 2014

September 26th 2014

Explore the Centennial of the First World War in Mississauga during Doors Open 2014

Small Arms Plant
1352 Lakeshore Road East

The Small Arms Society and Heritage Mississauga offer an exciting open house in the former Second World War munitions factory. The event will include First World War exhibits, War of 1812 re-enactors, the launch of the newest "The Grange" Comic Book, the Lorne Scots and Lorne Scots Regimental Museum, music performances, artists, authors, and much, much more!

Benares Historic House
1507 Clarkson Road North

Go back in time to World War I at Benares Historic House as re-enactors share their stories and provide visitors with realistic hands-on experiences using wartime reproduction. Don’t miss the flyover of replica WWI planes from the Great War Flying Museum at Benares Historic House.

Dixie Presbyterian Church
3065 Cawthra Road

Explore the 104-year-old sanctuary, view stained-glass windows, and visit the bell tower. Learn how the community was impacted by the First World War through a special display honouring church members who served. Elevator access to the sanctuary.

Dixie Presbyterian Church Flyer

Plaque Unveiling Ceremony
Honouring the Mississaugas and the remembering the signing of Treaty 13-A

September 24th 2014

Honouring the Mississaugas - Interpretive Plaque Unveiling
Sunday September 28, 2014, 11:00am

Stavebank Road S. at the Harbour, Port Credit

Heritage Mississauga invites you to join us in the celebration of over 200 years of history, as we unveil a commemorative interpretive plaque dedicated to the members of the Mississaugas who participated in the signing of Treaty 13-A, on August 2nd, 1805.

Treaty 13-A was signed between the Native Mississauga and the British Crown at the mouth of the Credit River at the Government Inn.  The four Mississauga Chiefs who signed the treaty were: Quennepenon, Chechalk, Okamepenesse and Wabukanyne. 

The ceremony will include an official opening by Elder Garry Sault.

Bringing opening remarks on behalf of the Mississaugas of the New Credit First Nation Chief and Council: Councillor Stacey LaForme.

 

The Mississauga Tract, 1805 - Honouring the Chiefs of the Mississaugas - Interpretive Plaque

Toronto Scottish Regiment granted Freedom of the City
Formerly 75th Mississauga Battalion, Canadian Expeditionary Force, First World War

September 22nd 2014

The Toronto Scottish Regiment became the first military unit to be granted Freedom of the City in Mississauga on September 20th, 2014. Please see the following article from the Mississauga News for more information:

http://www.mississauga.com/news-story/4872422-mayor-grants-decorated-regiment-freedom-to-the-city-of-mississauga/

Renowned Mississauga Builder and Philanthropist Passes
In Memory of Harold Shipp

September 9th 2014

Harold Shipp (1926-2014)

Considered to be one of the founding fathers of Mississauga, Harold Shipp passed away after a brief illness at Mississauga Hospital on September 7th. Shipp, whose family business, Shipp Corporation Limited, was one of the first builders in Mississauga, was a father, grandfather and great grand-father.

For more, please see the Mississauga News article:

http://www.mississauga.com/community-story/4837507-mississauga-philanthropist-harold-shipp-dies-at-age-88/

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