Mississauga Ontario
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On the shores of Lake Ontario

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Mississauga Ontario, Canada is located in the shores of Lake Ontario. The city is considered part of the GTA (Greater Toronto Area). On the west side of Mississauga is the Credit River and Etobicoke Creek acts as an eastern border of the community.

Cultural, historical venues in Mississauga

Mississauga Ontario enjoys a large assortment of festivals and events, many of which are held in Mississauga Celebration Square. Some of the venues in the region include the Art Gallery of Mississauga, Leslie Log House, Sikh Heritage Museum, Benares Historic House, and Port Credit (where there is a lighthouse and freighter).

Mississauga Ontario Activities, Adventures and Things To Do

The adventures and activities popular in the region include cycling the over 900+ kilometres of trails and roads in the city, as well as, spas, canoeing, sightseeing, boating, sailing, fishing, swimming, birding, picnicking, and hiking.

Services and Amenities in Mississauga Ontario

Many Fortune 500 companies call Mississauga home. Services in the community popular with tourist include accommodations, gas stations, shopping, restaurants, coffee houses, grocery stores, library, internet, cell service and transportation companies (taxi, bus, car rentals, rail and the Toronto Pearson International Airport).

Parks, Trails and Places of Interest in Mississauga Ontario

The parks, trails and places of interest in Mississauga Ontario includes Rattray March, Rhododendron Gardens, and the Jack Darling, JC Saddington, Lakefront Promenade and Richards Parks.

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