Mississauga Fun Facts
The health system and the administration for students in Mississauga was the property of the Peel District School Board Health Centre[citation needed ] and the health support for citizens in Mississauga was the property of Peel Health Centre.[citation needed ] The eastern part of Mississauga was the property of Pearson Health (Greater Toronto Area Health Department).[citation needed ].
The mississauga is located at the western edge of the city, near Eglinton Avenue at Erin Mills Parkway.
Mississauga's official website is http://www.mississauga.ca/portal/home
Mississauga was also rated as Canada's 11th best city to live in terms of prosperity according to MoneySense magazine.
There are over 481 parks and woodlands areas in Mississauga.
The mississauga is growing at a rate of about 1,000 students per year since 2002, following a major expansion.
List of sports teams from Mississauga:
- Mississauga Twins ( Baseball )
Mississauga's geo-coordinates are 43.6° N, 79.65° W.
The median (middle) age in Mississauga is 35.0.[citation needed ].
The climate of Mississauga is officially represented by Pearson International Airport but because of its topography and large surface area conditions can differ depending on location: fog tends to be more common along the lakeshore and in the Credit River Valley at certain times of year, particularly during the spring and autumn.
Mississauga is located in Regional Municipality of Peel, Ontario, Canada.
There are over 26 major indoor playgrounds in the city of Mississauga.
Sample list of famous events happened in Mississauga:
- Mississauga train derailment
- Punjabi International Film Festival
Sample list of famous people who were born in Mississauga:
- Brian Obonna ( Actor and Dancer )
- Chris Violette ( Actor )
- Adrian Anantawan ( Musician )
- Santino Marella ( Wrestler and Actor )
- Lisa J. Lennox ( Actor )
- Jason Dean Bennison ( Singer and Songwriter )
- Kyle Schmid ( Actor, Film Producer and Screenwriter )
- Thomas Laird Kennedy ( Politician )
- Adamo Ruggiero ( Actor and Television presenter )
- Deanna Casaluce ( Actor )
- Tailor James ( Nude Glamour Model and Pornographic actor )
- Joe Mattacchione
- Rick Titus
- Klaus Wilmsmeyer ( American football player )
- Anthony Cosmo
- Stephen Lumley
- Marko Bedenikovic
- Don Biggs
- Silken Laumann
- John Coyne
- Jason Spezza ( Ice hockey player and Athlete )
- David Armin-Parcells
- Allan Rourke
- Grant Marshall ( Ice hockey player )
- Manny Malhotra ( Ice hockey player )
- Brad Boyes ( Ice hockey player and Athlete )
- Chris Campoli ( Ice hockey player )
- Tom Kostopoulos ( Ice hockey player )
- Matt Corrente ( Ice hockey player )
- Hector Marinaro
- John Tavares ( Ice hockey player and Athlete )
- Eddy Berdusco
- Matt Stajan ( Ice hockey player and Athlete )
- Shawn Hill ( Baseball player )
- James Cox Aikins
- Matt Zultek ( Ice hockey player )
- Daniel Winnik ( Ice hockey player )
- Matt Moulson ( Ice hockey player and Athlete )
- Brian Passmore
- Jeff Shevalier
- Greg Frers
- Jay Preece
- Jeff Brown ( Ice hockey player )
- Adam Morandini
- Elaine Kunda
- Elyse Hopfner-Hibbs ( Gymnast )
- Jane Kerr ( Swimmer )
- Allison Higson ( Swimmer )
- Gavin McCallum
- Ahmad Ghany
Mississauga is in the Eastern Time Zone.
Sample list of newspapers published in Mississauga:
- The Mississauga News
- Urdu Times
Sample list of tourist attractions in Mississauga:
- Hershey Centre
- CN Tower
- Square One Shopping Centre
- Living Arts Centre
- Mississauga Civic Centre
- Erin Mills Town Centre
- Adamson Estate
- Dixie Outlet Mall
On January 1, 2010, Mississauga bought land from the Town of Milton and expanded its border by 400 acres (1.6 km2) to Hwy.
The mississauga opened in 1956, making it Mississauga's first shopping mall, even though the city at that time was still known as Toronto Township.
The mississauga is served by over 75 airlines.
Mississauga is about 292.40 square kilometers.
Mississauga is primarily served by media based in Toronto, with markets in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) that cover most of the news in the GTA.
List of airports near Mississauga:
- Toronto Pearson International Airport
A relatively strong tornado tore a path across Mississauga (then part of Toronto Township) on June 24, 1923, cutting a swath from present-day Meadowvale to near Cooksville, killing 4 people and causing massive property damage in a time when most of Mississauga was still rural farmland dotted with fruit orchards.[citation needed ].