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Things to do in Mississauga

Sure, the city of Toronto is close by and has all of the theatre, sporting events and nightlife that anyone can handle, but Mississauga itself has a few spots that will make even the stoutest Torontonian jealous. The Playdium is an interactive and virtual entertainment center that is great for family fun. They have a 40,000 square foot indoor space that is full with over 200 attractions, ...
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Uxbridge Ontario is so small that it is still considered a township with several little hamlets making up the census numbers. It sits in the regional municipality of Durham in the southern part of the province and is a proud part of the Greater Toronto Area. It was named after Uxbridge in England and still holds true to its ‘small town’ charm and history as well as taking advantage of the na...
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Sitting just to the east of Toronto, Pickering is a city in Durham County that was originally settled by British Colonists back in the 1770’s. Before this, like with most areas of the region, native peoples made what is now known as Pickering home, but what began as a hub of agriculture has now turned into a city proper with all the hustle and bustle associated with being a city in the GTA. ...
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Is Oshawa the automotive capital of Canada? If history has any say in it then the answer is a resounding yes. Oshawa sits about 60km to the east of Toronto’s downtown sitting on the shores of Lake Ontario and it is the largest municipality in the Region of Durham. It is also considered as both the eastern anchor of the GTA and the Golden Horseshoe and what once was believed to be a transfer ...
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This town in York Region, like many of the others that are in the vicinity have a rich history that remains intact while progress is made. Residents of Newmarket pride themselves on their old world charm and small town feel while being home to some of the biggest names in terms of major employers and continually striving to be a successful community filled with diverse people and activities. Ne...
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Caledon is one of those communities in the Greater Toronto Area that is rural in nature and is made up of several different hamlets and urban areas. Although it is also somewhat urban, Caledon prides itself on its farming roots, its quaint villages and for being home to one of the largest equine communities in all of Southern Ontario. It is also home to 12 major hiking, jogging and cross cou...
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Sitting to the north of Richmond Hill, situated in the Golden Horseshoe as well as the Greater Toronto Area is the affluent town of Aurora. What started as farmland centuries ago is today a town with a sense of both culture and community, one with a small town feel but all of the amenities that you will find in a larger city, neatly packaged up in a beautiful town setting. Aurora wasn’t even a ...
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Roofing in Whitby

The town of Whitby in Durham Region that sits just to the east of Ajax and on the north shore of Lake Ontario has some pretty interesting history. Back in World War II, it was home to Camp X, a secret spy training facility, and although top secret at the time, and subsequently all traces of the buildings used have been demolished, there is a plaque dedicated to the brave men who attended the facil...
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