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Mississauga is a City Committed to Building Transit: Mayor Crombie

For Immediate Release | Check Against Delivery November 9th, 2015 Mississauga is a City Committed to Building Transit: Mayor Crombie The following are remarks by Mississauga Mayor Bonnie Crombie delivered during the Mississauga Moves 2015 Transportation Summit at the Living Arts Centre: “Good morning, everyone. “On behalf of the team of professionals from the City […]

Mayor Crombie Congratulates Prime Minister Trudeau and New Cabinet

For Immediate Release November 4th, 2015 Mayor Crombie Congratulates Prime Minister Trudeau and New Cabinet  The following is a statement by Mississauga Mayor Bonnie Crombie congratulating Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his new cabinet following today’s swearing in ceremony by the Governor General: “On behalf of the City of Mississauga and Members of Council, I […]

Mayor Crombie Congratulates Justin Trudeau and Mississauga’s new Members of Parliament

For Immediate Release October 19th, 2015 Mayor Crombie Congratulates Justin Trudeau and Mississauga’s new Members of Parliament The following is a statement by Mississauga Mayor Bonnie Crombie congratulating Justin Trudeau on winning the 2015 federal election and forming the next Canadian government: “On behalf of the City of Mississauga and Members of Council, I would […]

Association of Municipalities of Ontario (AMO): Day 1

I am pleased to be attending the 2015 AMO conference in Niagara Falls. The conference features thousands of delegates from municipalities across Ontario and is a great opportunity to meet counterparts in other cities, share best practices, and meet with vendors and new product developers that allow our municipalities to run more efficiently and effectively. […]

What the Missing Link Means for the GTA, Ontario and Canada

Earlier this week I did a blog post about the Western By-Pass. To re-cap, Mississauga, Toronto, Cambridge, and Milton are working together to develop a business case to build a new rail line that will divert freight traffic from the Canadian Pacific “Milton” rail line north, to free up the line for commuter rail traffic. […]