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As the city boasts of peaceful green areas, fascinating landmarks, lively shopping centers, interesting museums, and quaint villages, there are a plethora of great things to do in Mississauga. Tourists and locals alike can go and explore Port Credit, a wonderful historic village, visit the Adamson Estate mansion, go for a walk along the Waterfront Trail, or wander around the charming neighborhood of Streetsville. Shopping lovers can check out Square One Shopping Centre, the largest shopping centre in Ontario and the second-largest one in Canada.
Mississauga has a moderate climate. This means that summers are hot and humid, while winters are cold with temperatures that are often below freezing. The city receives an average snow amount of 42.7 inches (108.5 centimeters) per year.
There are lots of various events taking place every day in Mississauga. Moreover, the city is home to a ton of attractions anyone should see such as Streetsville, Port Credit, the Adamson Estate, and the Waterfront Trail. The Art Gallery of Mississauga often hosts live performances, lectures, workshops, children’s art classes, and yoga classes. Playdium is an impressive entertainment complex with a beautiful arcade and other exciting attractions. Square One Shopping Centre has more than 360 stores and services to keep you busy for a while.
As the city operates on the Eastern Standard Time (EST) time zone, the time in Mississauga is just the same as in all the other places operating on the EST.
Mississauga is located in the province of Ontario, Canada. The city is sitting right on Lake Ontario’s shores, in the Regional Municipality of Peel. In the west and southwest, Mississauga is bordered by Milton and Oakville, while in the north it’s neighbored by Brampton. Mississauga is bounded by Toronto to the east and by Lake Ontario to the south and south-east. In the north-west, the city is neighbored by the Halton Hills.
The temperature in Mississauga differs from season to season. For example, in summer, the average daily high temperature is 80.6 °F (27 °C), while in winter, the mean temperature is 21.2 °F (−6 °C).
When it comes to eating in Mississauga, people can choose from places that serve local meals, international dishes, or fusion cuisine. Mondello Ristorante, Piatto Bistro, Masala Bites, Burrito Boyz, Clarkson Mediterranean Bistro, Peter’s on Eglinton, and Zet’s Restaurant are some of the most highly-rated restaurants in the city.
Mississauga is 15 miles (24 kilometers) far from Toronto. The driving time between the two cities is approximately 25 minutes and the public transport trip takes about 30 minutes by train and 1 hour and 30 minutes by bus.
Currently, the mayor of Mississauga is Bonnie Crombie.
According to the 2016 Census, Mississauga has a population of 721,599 people. This makes it the sixth-most populous Canadian municipality, the third-most populous municipality in Ontario, and second-most populous municipality sitauted in the Greater Toronto Area.
Those visiting or residing in Mississauga have plenty of places to go to. The city is home to over 350 parks and green spaces with awesome recreational facilities and nice sceneries. Some of the most famous parks include Paul Coffey Park, Brueckner Rhododendron Gardens, Lakeside Park, Streetsville Memorial Park, and St. Lawrence Park. The Art Gallery of Mississauga is a place you certainly want to check out, as it hosts numerous fascinating exhibitions. Port Credit, the Adamson Estate, the Waterfront Trail, and Streetsville, are other popular attractions in the city.
Mississauga is renowned both for its old-school local dishes and the wide array of flavorful international cuisines, such as Chinese, Indian, Greek, and Italian. Over time, the city cultivated an enviable restaurant scene, so don’t leave Mississauga without delighting in some tasty burgers at a classic diner, a mouth-watering pizza, any Asian dish, or a delicious gyro.
The distance between Kitchener and Mississauga is 44 miles (71 kilometers). This translates into a driving time of around 1 hour and a public transport trip of approximately 1 hour and 20 minutes.
Mississauga has a total surface area of 112.9 mi² (292.4 km²).