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Building Skilled Talent Together – A Direct Solution to the Skills Gap Challenge for Mississauga Manufacturers

In May 2017, the City of Mississauga launched the Building Skilled Talent Together (BSTT) Mississauga program.  BSTT is an initiative that focuses on developing concrete actionable solutions to the skills gap challenges and the difficulty manufacturers have in filling technical...
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Tech + The City (Hack Day) – Help build a connected an engaged City

Interested in data, technology and building a more connected community? The City of Mississauga is co-hosting its second hack day event, ‘Tech and the City’ on Saturday, October 21. This year’s theme of ‘Building a Connected and Engaged City’...
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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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Building Skilled Talent Together: Addressing the Technical Skills Gap for Mississauga’s Advanced Manufacturing Sector

I want to expand and I can’t find the skilled talent I need. I need to hire millwrights, electricians, and welders ASAP for my plant. CNC machinists are so hard to find. Where am I going to find a qualified systems engineer to operate my production facility? These comments come...
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FIRST Robotics Competition – Ontario District Championship.. will you be attending?

If you thought that the FIRST® Robotics Competition (FRC) was just about robots, think again. This isn’t just about robots…it’s so much more. And you can experience it first-hand at the FRC Ontario District Championship at the Hershey Centre on Friday, April 14th (8:30 am until 5...
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ICTC Small Business Digitization Initiative: Free training & workplace experience opportunity for youth

Are you between the ages of 20-29 years old? The Information and Communications Technology Council (ICTC) is running a new government-funded program called Small Business Digitization Initiative (SBDI) where you have the opportunity to be: 1) Paired with Ontario Subject Matter...
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Open House Meetings: 407 West Connection Project

Please join us to learn about the 407 West Connection project, an extension of the Mississauga Transitway.   The Mississauga Transitway project involves constructing a high-efficiency, east-west, dedicated bus corridor across the City of Mississauga. Metrolinx is...
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Applications are now Open! It’s time to Unlock Your Big Idea

Attention entrepreneurs! Partners of the Ontario Network of Entrepreneurs (The ONE Network) in Peel and Humber College officially launched its 2nd annual Unlock Your Big Idea (UYBI) Pitch Competition. UYBI is a designed to support ventures in the GTA area and will featur...
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RIC Centre Incubator – Applications are now open!

Attention Business Owners! The RIC Centre Incubator recruits companies that have a viable business on the verge of launching to the next level of growth. Their mission is to define their path to market, in part, by exploring and securing partnerships that will open access to...
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Dundas Connects Public Meetings, October 20-26

Dundas Street is changing, and you can be a part of this change. Over the spring and summer, the City heard from hundreds of people who live, work, learn, play and travel along Dundas Street. They were asked to reimagine Dundas Street to create a vision for the future, and based...