Message from Mayor Bonnie Crombie
Welcome to my website. Here you will find information about important local initiatives my office is working on, along with ongoing news and events throughout the City of Mississauga.
I am proud to be the Mayor of Mississauga and to lead our City into its next chapter. I hope you will join me as we work together to build Mississauga into an even better place to call home.
Mississauga is Canada’s sixth largest city and an international destination that boasts the best of both worlds offering its visitors the excitement of big city attractions coupled with small town charm. Mississauga embodies the great Canadian success story. People from every corner of the globe and all points in between living together in harmony and prosperity.
There are few other places in this world that can match Mississauga’s vibrancy and diversity of culture and there are few cities that can match our potential as a result. Mississauga is truly an amazing place to explore.
Bonnie Crombie, MBA, ICD.D
Mayor of Mississauga
- Statement on Canadian Multiculturalism Day - For Immediate Release June 27th, 2016 Statement on Canadian Multiculturalism Day “On behalf of the City of Mississauga and Members of Council, I join with all residents to recognize Canadian Multiculturalism Day. “In Mississauga we celebrate the diversity of our citizens, their cultural backgrounds, and faiths. Over half of all Mississauga residents were born outside […]
- Mississauga Demands Fairness, Not More Politicians at Peel Region: Mayor Crombie - For Immediate Release June 23rd, 2016 Mississauga Demands Fairness, Not More Politicians at Peel Region: Mayor Crombie The following is a statement by Mississauga Mayor Bonnie Crombie, following a vote by Peel Regional Council to increase the size of Peel Council by adding an additional 8 regional councillors, to bring the total to 32 regional […]
- Statement by Mayor Bonnie Crombie Marking National Aboriginal Day - For immediate Release June 21, 2016 Statement by Mayor Bonnie Crombie Marking National Aboriginal Day The following is a statement by Mayor Bonnie Crombie marking the occasion of National Aboriginal Day: “On behalf of the City of Mississauga and Members of Council, I join with the indigenous community to mark the 20th anniversary of National […]
The occasion marked the first official visit, by Minister of Finance Bill Morneau, to City Hall. In attendance were Navdeep Bains, Minister of Innovation, Science and Economic Development; Members of Parliament Peter Fonseca (Mississauga East-Cooksville); Gagan Sikand (Mississauga-Streetsville); Sven Spengemann (Mississauga-Lakeshore). Also in attendance were Members of Council Jim Tovey (Ward 1); Karen Ras (Ward 2); Chris Fonseca (Ward 3); John Kovac (Ward 4); and Matt Mahoney (Ward 8).
In case you missed it, watch the inaugural Mayor’s Youth Speaker Series featuring award winning journalist, Amanda Lang, from Bloomberg News.
Read Mayor Crombie’s inaugural State of the City Address delivered on September 22nd, 2015.
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