Although many people know the city as home to Pearson International Airport, there are 23 different neighbourhoods to choose from in Mississauga, Anglo-America’s largest suburb. Located on the shores of Lake Ontario, it’s one of the most multicultural regions in the country. Mississauga‘s population was 721,599 at the time of the 2016 census. A good 52% of that population speaks a language other than English; 52.4% of residents are members of a visible minority (non-white, or non-aboriginal). A youthful city, the median age in Mississauga is 35.0.
Many citizens in the GTA work in Mississauga, where more than sixty Fortune 500 companies have based their global or Canadian head offices. It’s a hub for pharmaceutical companies, banking and finance, the electronics and computer industry, aerospace, and transportation parts and equipment industries. The University of Toronto and Sheridan College both have popular campuses here. With a strong arts community, passion for sports, a vital economy and a highly diverse population, Mississauga is a festival-friendly cultural centre in Southern Ontario. Within commuting distance of Toronto, it is a popular region in which to raise a family.
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