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Mississauga Canada's sixth largest city and one of the fastest growing, Mississauga is home to 585,000 people. A well-managed, debt-free city, Mississauga has become the preferred location for technology-driven companies in Eastern Canada.
It is a major business centre within the Greater Toronto Area with 9,730 businesses, widely diversified in manufacturing, distribution and business services. As well, there are approximately 9,000 retail businesses.
As one of the most affluent cities in the Golden Horseshoe,Mississauga has very high standards in education, policing, fire and other emergency services, well-maintained roads, excellent housing and recreational facilities
Mississauga is a multicultural city with substantial ethnic population from the Orient, East Indies, the Caribbean, the Philippines and Europe. Residents participate extensively in the arts ensuring that the more than 170 performing and visual arts groups flourish.
The City is home to public and private art galleries, community theatre groups, Meadowvale Theatre, Stage West Theatre Restaurant and the state-of-the-art Living Arts Centre.
The City also boasts one of Ontario's largest shopping centres, Square One; Canada's first interactive entertainment centre, Playdium; more than 400 parks of various sizes; and some of the best salmon fishing in the world.
There are all the other necessities, too, fine restaurants, golf courses, fitness clubs, hockey arenas, baseball fields, tennis courts, movie theatres, a symphony orchestra and passive parkland in abundance for the residents of Mississauga.
When you add it all up, Mississauga is a most satisfying place in which