Saturday May 18
May begins with Flurry of UFO Sightings in Ontario; Part 1 of 4
With warmer weather, many more Ontarians are outdoors and star watching, which is likely why UFO sightings have seen a massive increase in May this year.
Fri May 17, 2013
The Globe and Mail
Home builder engineers a path to higher education
Ignat Kaneff, founder of Kaneff Group of Cos., says he believes that higher education is more important than ever for young Canadians.
Its a Boy
Luvs, the fashionable season is upon us, with Caribbean Fashion Week just days away.
Thu May 16, 2013
The Montreal Gazette
SNC-Lavalin trial welcomed by politician
Lavalin's reputation has been tarnished since it disclosed in March 2012 that $56 million in improper payments were made to undisclosed foreign agents.
The Toronto Star
Brampton, Mississauga at odds over transit projects
Which transit plan will get the green light in Peel: the north-south LRT favoured by Metrolinx and Mississauga, or an east-west line Brampton councillors are pushing for? On Wednesday, Brampton councillors unanimously supported a list of priority Big Move transit projects that departs significantly from top projects favoured by Metrolinx and ... (more)
Wed May 15, 2013
Aus Hunt province's veteran municipal politician
Veteran pol Billings Mayor Austin Hunt is rarely taken off guard, but Federation of Northern Ontario Municipalities President Al Spacek managed the trick as he began to list the many accomplishments of this year's FONOM honouree during that organization's annual banquet in Parry Sound.
Oakville joins west GTA in getting vocal on its needs
Oakville joins west GTA in getting vocal on its needs. Co-Chairs for the Western GTA Summit from Brampton, Burlington, Caledon, Mississauga, and Oakville along with Burlington Mayor Rick Goldring and Oakville Mayor Rob Burton gather at Sherdian College to discuss the upcoming agenda.
Bad Boy moves and improves
Lastman's Bad Boy has moved into its new digs in this sprawling city just west of Toronto, having outgrown its old location and wanting to showcase a higher quality product assortment.
Kathleen Wynne apologizes for Ontario gas plant cancellations
Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne apologized Tuesday for how her party handled the decision to cancel gas plants west of Toronto.
Chemo scandal: Health Canada told supplier not to fret about oversight
Less than three weeks before Marchese Hospital Solutions first started supplying chemotherapy drugs to cancer centres across Ontario, Health Canada assured the unregulated Mississauga company it had nothing to worry about, records obtained by The Toronto Star reveal.
Tue May 14, 2013
Man charged in stolen SUV crash
A Mississauga man faces theft and assault charges after a stolen SUV crashed on Hwy.
Bhumika Salon & Spa
We all deserve to treat ourselves every now and again. After all, most of us are caught up in our busy work schedules while juggling the many facets that make up our daily lives.
Your Guide to Natural-Gas Trucking in Canada
BUILT: The whole story of LNG class 8 trucks in Canada took off when the innovative Claude Robert ordered 180 LNG tractors from Peterbilt.
ON: Brampton LRT Plan Gets a No From Hazel
A proposal by Brampton Mayor Susan Fennell to send Brampton Zm buses down to Port Credit to access all-day GO train service is getting a flat out "no" from her Mississauga counterpart.
The Brampton Guardian
Popeyes closes Peel locations
Closed. MISSISSAUGA - All four Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen restaurants in Mississauga have closed down.
Suspect in Bosma disappearance - shocked' by allegations: lawyer
A suspect in the case of missing Ancaster, Ont., father Timothy Bosma is "shocked" by the allegations linking him to the man's disappearance, his lawyer said Monday.
Mon May 13, 2013
Cocaine seized in Erin Mills bust
Two Mississauga residents are facing drug charges after Peel Regional Police raided an Erin Mills home on Friday and seized more than $125,000 in cocaine.
fire trucks now equipped with EpiPens
All fire trucks in Mississauga now carry life-saving EpiPens to treat people experiencing a severe allergic reaction.
Accused killer claims self-defence
On trial. Jerome Derby , a Toronto man accused of murder says he was jumped by Donald Grant , a popular Mississauga musician wielding a gun and was in a life-and-death struggle with him when "the gun went off," killing him in a north-end hotel room.