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Hazel McCallion outlines Mississauga’s unique approach to preservation of its waterfront

May 23, 2917 Port Credit – Hazel McCallion: “We have preserved the waterfront”   At a May 23, 2017 Port Credit Official Plan Amendment (OPA) meeting, Hazel McCallion lauded the ongoing redevelopment of Mississauga’s waterfront. The former mayor of the City of Mississauga also shared apt words of praise for Ward 1 Councillor Jim Tovey, a […]

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Two articles of interest from Jonathan Giggs for Mississauga South Historical Society newsletter. And: I support John Danahy as the next Ward 1 Councillor!

Following text (which I’ve broken into shorter paragraphs) is from Jonathan Giggs of Mississauga: First article: Completion of term for Ward 1 Councillor Mississauga Councillors appointed Dave Cook at the Council meeting on February 21 to complete the term as Ward 1 Councillor caused by the untimely death of Jim Tovey. Tovey died following a […]

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Ward 1 Councillor Jim Tovey outlines Mississauga’s massive (and yet, human-scale) waterfront redevelopment projects

In this video at Vimeo.com, City of Mississauga Ward 1 Councillor Jim Tovey – a key player in the Lakeview Waterfront Connection project, the Small Arms project, and Inspiration Lakeview – describes a series of massive (and yet, human-scale) redevelopment projects currently underway in Port Credit and Lakeview.     A previous video from the same […]

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Port Credit massive (and yet, human-scale) redevelopment project; more details at 7:00 pm, May 23, 2017 meeting at historic Clarke Memorial Hall

A TOPCA (Town of Port Credit) tweet of April 30, 2017 notes: TOWN HALL MTG: Tues May 23 @ 7-9pm, Clarke Hall. “On Our Watch” re: Waterfront plans at fmr Imperial Oil & Marina lands #PortCredit. Click here to access the Town of Port Credit website > Torontoist article highlights Port Credit redevelopment project A May […]

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Mississauga’s vision: A city where the waterfront is beautiful, transit is seamless, and residents celebrate and share their cultures

A December 18, 2016 Toronto Star article is entitled: “Hazel who? It’s Bonnie Crombie’s Mississauga: Mayor Bonnie Crombie has learned from Hazel McCallion and got her support. Yet her approach to running the city is a stark change.” A related post is entitled: Land sale brings Mississauga closer to a waterfront that avoids Toronto’s mistakes – […]