How Much Noise is Too Much Noise? Have your say on how noise is regulated in Mississauga – Tonight at 6:00pm

Personal Invitation to attend Noise By-law Review 
This is your personal invitation to attend a consultation session being hosted by Councillor Stephen Dasko along with the Transportation & Works Department, City of Mississauga on Wednesday, January 22 at 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at Clarke Hall, 161 Lakeshore Rd W.
How Much Noise is Too Much Noise? Have your say on how noise is regulated in Mississauga
See Press Release information HERE
There is an online survey available, we suggest that you complete a short survey for comments that may be concerning you. Please CLICK HERE

This will provide you an opportunity to participate in an open discussions; hearing from the Representatives from Compliance and Licensing Enforcement.  A facilitated world cafe discussion will following with the assistance of the Facilitator,  Ms. Karyn Stock-MacDonald.  We will also hear from Mr. Sam Rogers, the Director of Enforcement for the City of Mississauga.
Councillor Dakso looks forward to seeing and most importantly hearing from you on your concerns.

Lest we Forget – Monday Nov 11

Monday, November 11, 2019

Royal Canadian Legion – Port Credit Branch 82
35 Front Street North, Mississauga, ON

Parade Time: 9:30am
Start Location: Port Credit Branch 82
Church Service: Trinity-St. Paul, Port Credit, 26 Stavebank Road
Ceremony Time: 11:00am
Location: Cenotaph at Vimy Park, 29 Stavebank Road
Reception: Port Credit Branch 82

Our Future City: Urban Film Forum – Sat Nov 2nd

Our Future City: Urban Film Forum
Saturday Nov 2nd, 11am – 8pm, Noel Ryan Auditorium, Central Library
Launching Our Future City Conversations for Mississauga’s
Official Plan Review, in an Urban Film Forum
This unique film event will explore the topics of access to affordable housing, the growth of cities and the power of cultural food experiences. Presented in collaboration with
Hot Docs, this special day of documentary films is sure to generate thought-provoking discussions about these issues related to city building.
Enjoy 1, 2 or 3 documentary films followed by a post-show discussion with notable influencers.  There will be food trucks on site and the tickets are free!   Register for tickets

The Toronto Biennial of Art from Sept 21 to Dec 1

Small Arms Inspection Building

The Toronto Biennial of Art is a 72-day, free art exhibition located at 10 sites along the waterfront. The Small Arms Inspection Building will present works by 13 international artists and provide interactive experiences that include workshops, artist talks, community gatherings and explorative walks.

Admission to curated venues and outdoor installations is free and open to the public. Go to to find out more opening times & special events