More Mississauga Information
Mississauga enjoys many advantages because of its proximity to the big city. While some residents commute to neighbouring communities, the economy of Mississauga is strong and there are plenty of jobs within the community itself. Culture is also thriving with several theatres, orchestras, and art exhibits vying for the public’s attention. Shopping in Mississauga is supreme and attracts consumers from far and wide.
Square One is Ontario’s largest shopping mall. The Heartland Centre boasts the convenience of great stores in one place. Mississauga also provides easy access to neighbouring districts with its advanced infrastructure and transportation networks. It is also the home to Toronto’s International Airport.
Along with this close-to-the-action, city feel, one would expect high rent and housing costs, but in Mississauga the opposite couldn’t be more true. The cost of living in Mississauga has remained relatively stable and attracts many people to the area who enjoy city living but simply cannot afford it. Mississauga's housing market has remained relatively stable as homes are selling well. For information regarding this market, click here.
Another great advantage of Mississauga is that it still features many serene, outdoor attractions in spite of its city allure and is only minutes away from the countryside. The Credit River cuts through the heart of Mississauga and offers residents a chance to slow down and fish, walk, or cycle along the waterfront. The countryside of Caledon features golf courses, ski hills, rivers, and wilderness areas. This mix of city and country living makes Mississauga a perfect and logical choice for many diverse families.
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