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40Years, 40 Sagas
40Years, 40 Sagas
The City of Mississauga 1974-2014
This exhibition explores a few of the highlights of the past forty years of the growth, development and planning of the Corporation of the City of Mississauga with a focus on one story or "saga" per year. Taken together, these stories give a sense of the strength of leadership shown by City of Mississauga Mayors, Council and staff as they have worked together with the community to ensure that, as the 2009 Strategic Plan Our Future Mississauga states, Mississauga will be "A place where people choose to be."
This website is a component of a travelling exhibition that toured Mississauga in 2014. Site locations included Mississauga Civic Centre, Malton Community Centre, Clarkson Community Centre, Benares Historic House and PAMA.
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