A June 17, 2016 Mississauga News article is entitled: “Mississauga positioning itself to take ownership of historic Small Arms building.”
The opening paragraphs read:
Rich in history and a positioned at a geographical hotspot in Mississauga, the Small Arms building in Lakeview is inching closer to becoming a creative hub for environmental sciences, technology, arts and culture.
An in-camera motion passed at Wednesday’s general committee meeting authorized staff to negotiate the conveyance of the Small Arms building, located at 1352 Lakeshore Road East, from the Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (TRCA) to the City of Mississauga.
“All I can say is that I’m really happy,” said area Coun. Jim Tovey after the in-camera meeting.
The 43,000 square foot building is slated to become a multi-purpose community hub, including office and studio space, with an emphasis on promoting arts, culture, heritage, scientific research and small business.
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Previous posts about the building
Small Arms building or Small Arms Building?
I generally go with Small Arms Building but Small Arms building works fine also. For the current post, I’ve used the spelling that the Mississauga News article uses.