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How The Advanced Manufacturing Sector In Mississauga Is Progressing

Recognizing the power of the advanced manufacturing sector, the City of Mississauga has new plans in place for the region. Economic Development Office Director Susan Amring and Advanced Manufacturing Business Integrator Walter Garrison discuss how Mississauga is focusing on...
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Youth Employment Opportunity at MHI Canada Aerospace – Mississauga

Mayor Crombie and MHI Canada Aerospace (MHICA) President, Mike McCarthy announced today at the company’s facility in Mississauga, that MHICA will be hiring approximately 60 youth positions under their “Structural Airplane Apprentice Program”. MHICA’s Structural Airplane...
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Does Cycling Move You? Have Your Say at Open House on June 21

Do you, your friends or family cycle? Do you want to ride a bicycle more often? Have your say in the future of cycling in Mississauga on Wednesday, June 21 at the Living Arts Centre. Does Cycling Move You? is an update to the 2010 Cycling Master Plan and will help us develop a...
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Mississauga Promotes Life Sciences Cluster at 2017 BIO International Convention

Mississauga Mayor Bonnie Crombie and staff from the City’s Economic Development Office will attend the 2017 Biotechnology Innovation Organization (BIO) International Convention to bring awareness to the Mississauga’s life sciences sector. The convention will take place from June...
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Datec Coating Corporation receives up to 1.3 million from Canada’s Automotive Supplier Innovation Program

Minister Navdeep Bains recently announced that Mississauga-based Datec Coating Corporation will receive a grant of up to $1.3 million from Government of Canada Automotive Supplier Innovation Program (ASIP).  This funding will allow Datec to tailor its technology to meet the...
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Make Your Pitch competition winners announced! Mississauga duo makes list

The winners have been announced for the 2017 Young Entrepreneurs, Make Your Pitch competition. Make Your Pitch participants were tasked with submitting two-minute videos with a business pitch. More than 200 high school students from Ontario applied. Two young entrepreneurs from...
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Attend the Upcoming Hurontario LRT Open-House

The City of Mississauga and Metrolinx will host drop-in open house events with members of Mississauga City Council and project staff. Mark your calendars and bring your questions to learn more about the project! Ward 5 June 5, 2017 6-8 p.m. Frank McKechnie Community Centre (map)...
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City Prioritizes Transit to Position Mississauga for Future Growth

Council provided their endorsement for Mississauga’s top priority rapid transit projects. During General Committee, staff presented a report on the Transit Initiatives and Priorities for the City of Mississauga and gave an update on transportation initiatives currently underway....
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Mississauga is the First Canadian City to Launch “Virtual Campus”

The City of Mississauga has introduced a new “virtual campus” service that, starting on May 1, will enable post-secondary students to access school resources anywhere in the world from Mississauga. The City, in partnership with University of Toronto Mississauga (UTM), is...
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Mississauga to Receive $58 Million in Public Transit Infrastructure Funding

Today, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced $58 million in Government of Canada funding for transit services in Mississauga through the Public Transit Infrastructure Fund (PTIF). City projects approved through PTIF include the acquisition of up to 80 new 40 and 60-foot buses,...