Join the City of Mississauga in honouring our veterans who made sacrifices during times of conflict and those who are still making sacrifices today.
Remembrance Day is an opportunity for us to pause and reflect on the sacrifices made for the freedoms we enjoy. Our ceremony will include two minutes of silence and a wreath laying at the Community Memorial on Mississauga Celebration Square.
Monday, November 11, 2019
10:30am to 11:20am
Mississauga Civic Centre Community Memorial
Mississauga Celebration Square, north-west corner
300 City Centre Drive
Can't make it to the ceremony? You can watch the live stream on this page or on the City Facebook page, beginning at 10:30 a.m.
Remembrance Day, November 11, is a day of observance to honour and remember those soldiers who served and sacrificed for Canada. Building on the success of last year's painted wooden poppy project, the City's Parks, Forestry & Environment Division plans to continue to engage the community in a project with the goal of constructing a minimum of 1,111 poppies out of wildflower seed balls in an effort to also support our native pollinators. The seed balls will be created by residents and community groups at events throughout the year.
The poppy seed balls will be laid as a collective display November 9-11, 2019, at Celebration Square, before being used in our natural areas to promote the growth of our native wildflowers and provide habitat for pollinators.
Based on the hit Adam Sandler movie, The Wedding Singer takes us back to a time when hair was big, collars were up, and a wedding singer was the coolest guy in the room.
Celebrate all things Scottish at this tea in honour of the life and poetry of Robbie Burns. The Museums of Mississauga proudly welcome the city's Poet Laureate, Paul Edward Costa, to read from the works of Robbie Burns and share a selection of his own writings.
Indulge in the magic of receiving a hug... Created in response to our world that feels increasingly filled with prejudice and hate, A Warm Hug speaks to our primal needs of wanting to be loved and love others by shining its light with everyone without discrimination.
Learn about Mississauga's first black settlers with photographs and Museum artifacts that you can touch and hold. Create a page detailing your own Mississauga settlement story, which will be collected into a book and made available at the Bradley Museum.