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Mississauga is a beautiful metropolitan city that is located on the outskirts of Toronto, and formed upon the shores of Lake Ontario.  With a population of over 700,000 people Mississauga comes in as Canada’s 6th largest city and the largest suburb in North America by population.

While is houses Toronto’s largest and busiest airport, Pearson International, Mississauga is best known for its  for its wealth of commerce and industry, as it is home to more than 60 of the Fortune 500 companies Canadian or Global head offices.   Some of the strongest industries are pharmaceuticals, banking and finance, electronics and computers, and transportation.

As one of the country’s fastest growing and multicultural cities, Mississauga offers visitors a full range of sights and activities. While this is a busy corporate city, visitors are wonderfully surprised by the natural beauty the city has to offer.

With miles of beach on this lakefront city, you can unwind and explore the working lighthouse, marinas and shops along the way. Mississauga boasts numerous multi-use trails throughout the city, parks and woodlands which makes getting around a breeze.

For the history buff, visit Streetsville, Mississauga’s ‘Village in the City’ where you can tour the renowned architecture of the establishment built on the banks of the scenic Credit River.  Streetsville offers charming historic storefronts, where you can partake in modern day luxuries from spa treatments to cappuccinos at one of the neighbourhood’s welcoming cafes. Evening walking tours, conducted by candlelight, tell the stories behind the incredible old facades and the roots of Streetsville as a mill town.  To unwind and relax from a lakeside experience, visit Port Credit, Mississauga’s own ‘Village on the Lake.’ Situated at the opening of the Credit River, along the shores of Lake Ontario where you can visit the bustling waterfront nightlife and shops, browse the boutiques or explore the Saturday farmers markets populated by local vendors.