The Museums of Mississauga has a small collection of projectile points and bifaces (blank stones that could be shaped into a projectile point or knife). Most artifacts in this portfolio date from 3500-2500 B.C.E. and fall into two categories "Lamoka / Normanskill" or "Innes" spear types. Many of the items were found in fields or along streams and were not recovered using modern archaeological methods.
This collection was identified by archaeologists from the Museum of Ontario Archaeology in London, Ontario.