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INTERPRETIVE PLAQUES

Heritage Mississauga has undertaken several interpretive plaque projects throughout the City of Mississauga. The plaques begin as comprehensive special research projects which document the history of a specific part of the Mississauga’s heritage. Completed projects include the Cooksville Brickyard (located in Brickyard Park on Clayhill Road), Cooksville (located in the Cooksville Branch Library), Port Credit Memorial Park, St. Lawrence Starch Company (along the Waterfront Trail at St. Lawrence Park), Osprey Marsh (along the Osprey Marsh Trail, near Britannia Road and Ninth Line), Wildwood Park (in Malton), Barberton (along the Culham Trail at Barbertown Road), Dunn Park (near Erin Mills Parkway and Rogers Road). Nearing completion are interpretive signs commemorating the historic Village of Streetsville. Future projects will focus on the history of Meadowvale Village, Lakeside Park, and the Credit Mission Native Village.

Additionally, we participate in providing information and text for many trailhead signs for the extensive recreational trails throughout Mississauga.

Contact Heritage Mississauga for more information.

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