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About Mississauga

Mississauga is the sixth most populated city in all of Canada and is the central part of the Greater Toronto Area being bounded by Oakville, Milton, Brampton, Toronto and Lake Ontario. Mississauga is a fast growing city consisting of character, connectivity and multiculturalism.Mississauga is home to several headquarters including the Royal Bank of Canada, Laura Secord Chocolates, Hewlett Packard, TD Bank Financial, Air Georgian, Air Canada Jazz, Kam Air, Magellan Aerospace, Honeywall Aerospace, Walmart Canada, Kellog’s Canada, Panasonic Canada and TJX to name a few!

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Attractions

 You can expect tons of art and culture to explore! Mississauga is home to one of the most anticipated annual event. Available Dining options within walking distance are Jack Astor’s Bar and Grill. Jamies Italian Square One,With a multicultural city like Mississauga, you can expect tons of art and culture to explore! Mississauga is home to one of the most anticipate annual events, Carassauga. This weekend long event that occurs mid-May is the second largest cultural festival in all of Canada. The event displays different cultural throughout the world all while enjoying food stalls, performances and vendors. Other community events that occur in Mississauga throughout the year are Canada Day Celebrations, Mississauga Rotary Ribfest, Tree Lighting Ceremony, New Years Eve Bash at Celebration Square, Fiesta Ng Kalayaan, Viet Summerfest, Muslimfest, Mosaic Festival, Bread and Honey Festival, Blues and Jazz Festival, Mississauga Waterfront Festival and many, many more! Mississauga is also home to The Art Gallery Of Mississauga – located in the Mississauga Civic Centre in addition to the Living Arts Centre.

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Transportation

Available public transportation options within Mississauga are MiWay (bus service along 90 routes across the city connecting to GO Transit, Brampton Transit, Oakville Transit and Toronto Transit Commission),Mississauga is on three major railway lines owned by the Canadian National Railway, The Canadian Pacific Railway and Metrolinx.Mississauga is connected to Highway 401 (connecting Windsor to Quebec), Highway 403 (main freeway), QEW, Highway 407, Highway 410, Highway 409 (provides access to Pearson Airport) and highway 427.Lester B. Pearson International Airport is just a short 12 minute drive from M-City and is Canada’s largest and busiest airport.

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Emergency Services and Healthcare

 Credit Valley Hospital and Trillium Health Centre are Mississauga’s two main hospitals. Peel Regional Police provide all of Mississauga’s policing services, Ontario Provincial Police (Port Credit), Mississauga Fire and Emergency Services, Peel Regional

Paramedic Services.

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Dining

 Available dining options within walking distance are Jack Astor’s Bar & Grill, Canyon Creek Restaurant, Scaddabush Italian Kitchen & Bar, Moxies Grill & Bar, Jamie’s Italian Square One, &Company Resto Bar, Earls, Bier Markt Square One, Ruth’s Chris Steak House, Boston

Pizza Square One and more! Be sure to also visit Mississauga’s top FIVE restaurants including 17 Steakhouse and Bar, Stir Kitchen and Beverage Co., Kravingz, Bobby’s Hideaway and Door FiftyFive.

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Mississauga Average Rental Rates

  1. One Bedroom starting at $1550
  2. One Bedroom + Den starting at $1600
  3. Two Bedroom starting at $1900
  4. Two Bedroom + Den starting at $2100