Heritage Mississauga has undertaken several interpretive panel projects throughout the City of Mississauga. The panels began as comprehensive special research projects which documented the history of a specific part of Mississauga’s heritage.
In our series “Interpreting Heritage”, we will be looking at the various panels throughout Mississauga. Today we invite you to explore our “The Mouth of the Credit” panel which commemorates the history of the Credit River and its connections to the Mississaugas and the development of trade, industry, and recreation.
Additional panels throughout Mississauga include:
- Cooksville Brickyard (located in Brickyard Park on Clayhill Road)
- Cooksville (located in the Cooksville Branch Library)
- Port Credit Memorial Park
- 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 Paul Coffey Park in Malton)
- Barberton (along the Culham Trail at Barbertown Road)
- Dunn Park (near Erin Mills Parkway and Rogers Road)
- War of 1812 cemetery commemoration series
- Lakeside Park
- Windinglane Bird Sanctuary
- Sacred Garden
- Honouring the Chiefs at the Credit River near J.J. Plaus Park
- Village of Streetsville
- And more!
Stay tuned for additional information and videos!