“Mississauga Remembers” – 100th Anniversary of the beginning of Canada’s involvement in the First World War




Your Invitation

Wednesday August 6th, 2014, 11:00am

Mississauga Central Library,

Arts & History Department, 3rd Floor
301 Burnhamthorpe Rd W, Mississauga, ON



August 4th, 2014 marks the 100th Anniversary of the beginning of Canada’s involvement in the First World War.  “Mississauga Remembers” is an ongoing Heritage Mississauga program that recognizes and acknowledges the contributions made by our community during wartime. Both at home and on the front, local men and women have served from as early as the War of 1812 until today. As the anniversary approaches of the First World War, much has been done to research and record the local fallen and the work done at home to support the soldiers and the war effort. Help us remember, preserve and share the story of Mississauga’s sacrifices in the First World War. The first in a series of exhibits, publications and presentations, the“Soldier’s Kit-Bag”exhibit examines the life of a soldier on the front.



This exhibit brings to life some of those items a local soldier would have carried in his “kit-bag” as well as a number of the gifts he may have received from home. This travelling exhibit will be located in libraries across Mississauga and at First World War commemorative events over the next four years.




For more information on the contributions made by members of our community, please visit www.heritagemississauga.com.


With thanks to our sponsors


Heritage Mississauga is a not-for-profit charity dedicated to researching, recording and communicating Mississauga’s heritage. We are Mississauga’s heritage source and for over 50 years have worked tirelessly to ensure the heritage of our city is preserved for future generations. Funds raised at this event will support the Heritage Resource Centre that the organization operates at The Robinson-Adamson House, The Grange (charitable registration no:11924 5660 RR0001).



For more information please contact Heritage Mississauga at 905-828-8411 ext. “0” or by email atinfo@heritagemississauga.org.


Heritage Mississauga acknowledges with thanks, financial assistance from:



Every Friday at the Verandah – Benares Summer Concerts

The Friends of the Museums of Mississauga are pleased to announce another summer of great music “On the Verandah” at Benares Historic House.

Come early and enjoy the beautiful grounds of this magnificent house, wander the lawns, enjoy the flowers and the atmosphere of peace and serenity. Bring along your lawn chairs, perhaps a picnic supper and choose your spot on the lawn in front of the Verandah. We even have a few picnic tables for your use and a concession stand for light refreshments.

Every Friday evening we welcome a new musician or musical group; some love playing “On the Verandah” so much that they return season after season. This year we celebrate our 10th anniversary of these concerts and some of our musicians have been with us each year. We have a wonderful selection of music; something to suit all tastes. With thirteen concerts it is impossible to name them all, but we have a brass sextet, several folk singers, A Children’s Choir and a Youth Orchestra, a clarinet quartet, acoustic guitars, a jazz vocalist, a classical violinist, an award winning guitarist and more. You will hear music from Beethoven to Gershwin; from the 18 century to the 21st. Our musicians have performed around the globe and have won recognition and awards for outstanding concert performances.

July 4 – Quantum Brass.

This six piece Brass group has been together for over 5 years. These local musicians play an entertaining mix of happy music from classical to popular, big band to Dixieland, show tunes to sing-a-longs and more (including a few stories to go with the music). Perfect for a warm spring evening. Contact:jmartin@crimsonmartin.com

July 11 – Subhadra Vijhaykumar

is a South Indian Classical Violinist. As a faculty member at the Royal Conservatory of Music, her performances with her students at the “World and Urban Music Showcase” and for the “City of Missisauga’s Rhythms from Around the World Festival” have received excellent reviews from both audience and the media. She has performed at venues across Canada, the Far East and England. Contact:subhadra.vijaykumar@rcmusic.ca

July 18 – Paganini Strings.

We are excited to be part of this summer’s “On the Verandah Series” All under the age of 22, the musicians have been performing together for 5 years. Classically trained and versatile, we share our passion for music at weddings and charity events. We have shared the stage with performers at venues across Southwestern Ontario – including Toronto’s Roy Thomson Hall, Ottawa’s National Art Centre and Kleinburgs’ McMichael Art Gallery. Enjoy a great performance on a beautiful summer night! Contact: paganinistrings.com; facebook.com/paganinistrings; Daniela 647- 444-7632 or paganinistrings@gmail.com

July 25 – Rob Tardik.

As a multi-award winning guitarist and instrumental music artist Rob has performed at venues all across North America including Catalina Island, Glenn Gould Theatre and Roy Thompson Hall. Rob has had multiple songs go to the Top 10 on the U.S Billboard Charts in 2011 and 2012. He is out promoting/touring his 4th CD “Limitless” this summer and was the 2007 Mississauga Established Performing Artist of the Year and 2010 Canadian Contemporary Jazz Guitarist of the Year. Rob always finds a way to combine his guitar virtuosity and keen melodic sense to create his smooth sound. Contact: www.robtardik.com

August 1 – Moira Nelson and Elena

look forward to returning and delighting audiences once more at the “On the Verandah” concert series. These two multi-instrumentalists perform not only their signature style – a blend of Celtic, traditional and original music, but are also branching out into something a little different. Blending vocal harmonies, harp, cello and guitar these two musicians are sure to entertain. Contact: moiranelson@bell.net

August 8 – Halton Mississauga Youth Orchestra.

HMYO is an amalgamation of two long established youth orchestras (the Halton Youth Symphony and the Mississauga Youth Orchestra) into a new and stronger organization with more than 70 years combined. The HMYO consists of two distinct performing groups. Our senior group is a full symphony orchestra of 75 musicians led by our Music Director- Dr. Greg Burton. Our junior group is a strings only group of 45 musicians conducted by Caron Allen. Contact: kathy@hmyo.ca

August 15 – Alex Sinclair

has spent over 30 years as a professional musician. Many of those years were spent touring internationally and recording with the folk band Tamarack. He has written many songs on commission for the CBC, labour groups, and teachers’ organizations. Alex has an extensive repertoire of songs, both original and traditional, covering a wide swath of Ontario history. Contact: pmsinc@interlog.com

August 22 – Age of Reason

David and Michelle played at the very first performance of “On the Verandah” Maria and Chris joined in the fun the following year. Ever since, they have delighted our audiences at Benares’ and have evolved to cover a broad range of music from the 60’s, 70’s, 80’s and beyond. We hope you enjoy the music as much as they enjoy performing these classic songs for you! Contact: www. ageofreason.ca

August 29 – The Denise Leslie Jazz Trio.

Denise Leslie has been performing jazz at clubs and private functions in the GTA for ten years and has recently enjoyed collaborating with the Mississauga Big Band Jazz Ensemble. Denise enchants when she sings – switching from bittersweet angst one moment to bubbling joy the next. Listen for the fun she has with phrasing – always “upping the ante” on the swing factor! Contact:www.reverbnation.com/deniselesliesings



Benares Historic House is located at 1507 Clarkson Road N. in Mississauga. At intermission, we bring around our collection baskets for your donations. We suggest $5.00 – $10 per person, $15-$20.00 per family. I promise they are worth much more. After expenses, the money we raise provides busses to transport Peel students to the Museums for our inspiring educational programmes which introduce the children to Mississauga’s interesting local history.

For more information, call the Museums of Mississauga at 905-615-4860, ext. 2110 or visit www.museumsofmississauga.com.


REGION OF PEEL – Mark your calendar and plan to join us on Wednesday, June 18, 2014 as we welcome Author/ Lecturer/ Researcher – Dr. Paul Connett from Binghamton, New York, for an important information packed evening.
Dr. Connett is the co-author of ‘The Case Against Fluoride’.  He holds a bachelors degree from the University of Cambridge and a PhD in chemistry from Dartmouth College and is a retired Professor of Environmental Chemistry and Toxicology at St. Lawrence University.
Dr. Connett has researched the literature on fluoride’s toxicity and the fluoridation debate for 17 years. He has given presentations at the International Society for Fluoride Research conferences around the world.
Highly sought after by countless community groups, Dr. Connett empowers residents with the knowledge to advocate for safe drinking water for all.
Communities around the world are ending fluoridation because they have learned the truth.  Now, it’s up to the citizenry in the Region of Peel, to make our voices heard so that we too, can join the many communities who have safe fluoride freetap water.
Knowledge is powerful!  This meeting is one you don’t want to miss. 
Time:  7:30 p.m. – 9:30 p.m.
Location:  Iona Catholic Secondary School
Address:  2170 South Sheridan Way, Mississauga ON
Liesa Cianchino
On Behalf of the Concerned Residents of Peel to End Fluoridation
Founding Member of the Worldwide Alliance to End Fluoridation


10 Facts About Fluoride 


An interview with award-winning journalist, Christopher Bryson, about his ground breaking book

The Fluoride Deception.

Professionals speaking out on Water Fluoridation
Professional Perspectives on Water Fluoridation (28:47)



For the Provincial Election


Come & Hear the Candidates Address Your Issues


Tuesday June 3, 2014 @ 7:00p.m.

Clarkson Secondary School Auditorium

2524 Bromsgrove Rd, Mississauga


Mississauga South Candidates

(in alphabetical order)


Boris Rosolak                        NDP


Charles Sousa                       Liberal Party


Effie Triantafilopoulos             Conservative Party

Sponsored by your South West Mississauga Ratepayers Associations


  • Clarkson Fairfields South Ratepayers Association
  • Hillcrest Ratepayers Association
  • Lorne Park Estates Association
  • Meadow Wood Rattray Ratepayers Association
  • Park Royal Community Association
  • Sherwood Forrest Ratepayers Association
  • Whiteoaks Lorne Park Community Association


Questions from our moderators and the public


Doors Open at 6:30 p.m.

All are welcome.   Limited seating

Donations of food for THE COMPASS would be appreciated

Migratory Bird Walk at Rattray Marsh

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Jane’s Walks are happening near YOU!

Jane’s Walk festival is a series of free, guided‐walking tours that brings
communities together by putting them in touch with each other and their
neighbourhoods. These walks were initiated by some friends and colleagues of
Jane Jacobs in memory of her inspiring ideas and approach to neighbourhoods
and cities. Jacobs argued that cities are only successful when they are created
for the people, by the people. Jane’s Walk festival is taking place internationally
over the weekend of Friday May 2nd, Saturday May 3rd and Sunday May
4th across Canada and in cities around the world.

Walks are taking place near your neighbourhood. In particular, one is taking
place in taking place in Jack Darling Park on Saturday May 3rd. The walk begins
at 10:30am and ends at 11:45am. We would really benefit from having members
of Mississauga Rate Payers Association in the mix!

There is more information on our website. Updates will also be posted on our
Twitter (@JanesWalkMiss) and Facebook pages. Please check back often as
information may change as we get closer to the date!

SPRING THING 2014 – Garage & Lawn Sale

Our 22nd HUGE Year!

Garage & Lawn Sale

Christ Church
1700 Mazo Cres. (Clarkson Road & Truscott)



Canadian Cancer Society – 9th Annual Spring Garden Tour


Canadian Cancer Society

9th Annual Spring Garden Tour

Sunday 25 May 2014

Rattray Marsh area of Mississauga

TICKETS are available at Battaglia on Lorne Park Rd.

MISSISSAUGA, Ontario–May 25, 2014 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. – Homeowners in the Rattray Marsh Area have graciously agreed to open their beautiful spring gardens to the public for viewing on Sunday, May 25 from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. to support the fight against cancer.

Guest speaker, Liz Primeau, lifelong gardener, magazine writer & editor, T.V. host, and author, will enlighten garden tour visitors in the grounds of the Bradley House Museum.  As well, to further enhance our visitors’ experience, local musicians will perform instrumental music in selected gardens throughout the day.

Tickets: Advanced $15

    Day of tour $20

For further information please contact the Canadian Cancer Society, 2227 South Millway, Suite 202 Mississauga, ON. L5L 3R6. (905) 608-8411

Contact person is Laura Liscio – lliscio@ontario.cancer.ca

CCS Web sitehttp://www.cancer.ca/en/get-involved/events-and-participation/find-an-event-near-you/?region=on

Spring Garden Tour – in support of the Canadian Cancer Society



Gypsy Moth meeting at Lorne Park Library

FREE Gypsy Moth Traps to ALL who attend this meeting.


Gypsy Moth Public Workshops

Experts Share Advice On How To Protect Trees On Private Property 


MISSISSAUGA, November 15, 2013 – The City of Mississauga invites residents to workshops to find out how to protect trees on private property from Gypsy moth damage:



Friday, November 22, 4 to 6 p.m.

Port Credit Memorial Arena (Credit Room), 40 Stavebank Road North


Saturday, November 23, 9 to 11 a.m.

Huron Park Community Centre (Picnic Area A), 830 Paisley Blvd. West

**This event will be outside so please dress for the weather**


Saturday, November 23, 12:30 to 2:30 p.m.

Lorne Park Library (Program Room), 1474 Truscott Drive



City of Mississauga Forestry staff in partnership with BioForest Technologies Inc., a company that specializes in developing pest management strategies and tools, will provide


•             information to answer questions about the steps residents can take to treat Gypsy moth on private property

•             hands-on demonstrations

•             City update on proposed plan for combating this pest



The European Gypsy moth is a pest found in many locations throughout North America. The caterpillar eats the leaves of trees which damages the overall health of the tree. Gypsy moth is most commonly found on species such as maple, elm, oak, willow, birch and aspen.  Gypsy moth will always be present in the City of Mississauga.  Treatment will not eliminate the Gypsy moth population but will reduce its population and the destructive loss of leaves on trees.


More Information          

Pre-registration is not required.  Participants will receive a free moth trap (one per household).   To learn more about Gypsy moth, go to mississauga.ca/gypsymoth or call 311 (905-615-4311 if outside city limits).


As Canada’s sixth largest city, Mississauga is home to 741,000 residents and 55,000 businesses, including 63 Fortune 500 companies with Canadian head offices or major divisional head offices. A diverse, progressive and award-winning municipality located on the shores of Lake Ontario in the heart of the Greater Toronto Area, Mississauga is “Leading Today for Tomorrow” by focussing on delivering services, implementing its Strategic Plan, delivering value for money and maintaining infrastructure.




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City of Mississauga

905-615-3200 ext. 5051


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