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The Northeast Mississauga area borders the City of Toronto to the east and the City of Brampton to the north. This pocket is unique as it is geographically situated further east and does not adjoin any of Mississauga’s other neighbourhoods. For this reason, this part of Mississauga has established a tight-knit, strong sense of community.
Much of Northeast Mississauga surrounds the Toronto Pearson International Airport as well as the industrial and commercial part of the city.
Notable landmarks within Northeast Mississauga include Westwood Plaza, Paul Coffey Arena, Mimico Creek, Malton Creek, Malton Victory Hall, and Victory Park.
Much of the Northeast area was originally settled by Irish and English settlers, many of which were buried in Moore’s Cemetery. Early development took place during the 1850s with a nearby general store, a cobbler shop, a small hotel, and a railway.
Northeast Mississauga’s housing stock consists of many wartime dwellings that date back to the 1950s. These simple no-frills bungalows and one-and-a-half storey houses resemble tiny saltbox-style homes with steeply gabled roofs, white or pastel veneer siding, and occasional adornments such as window shutters.
Other homes were built between the 1960s and 1980s and include a mix of detached and semi-detached houses, sometimes with a brick-and-siding exterior or all brick and all siding. There are a large number of brick bungalows, ranch-style homes, split-level h
Things to Do in Northeast Mississauga
Arts & Culture
In the Northeast Mississauga area, you’ll find there are quite a few community and arts festivals for residents to enjoy. The Sikh Heritage Museum on Drew Road showcases a variety of museum exhibits celebrating Sikh heritage, history and culture.
Residents can get their everyday essentials at the Westwood Square on Goreway Drive. This indoor shopping mall has undergone recent improvements and receives favourable reviews from shoppers for its wide selection of shops and services. Here you’ll find lots of multicultural stores featuring Asian, East Indian, and African goods.
Restaurants & Dining
Northeast Mississauga is an excellent area for those who enjoy eating out. Head to La Scala Ristorante for Italian fine dining with elegant decor as well as plenty of natural light. Down the street from there you can check out cozy Bravo Bistro for homestyle European fare at breakfast and lunch, plus an espresso bar. At Apna Pind, you can enjoy flavourful curries, tandoori dishes, and other authentic Indian standards served in an unpretentious atmosphere.
Paul Coffey Park, named after NHL Hall-of-Famer Paul Coffey, features an ice arena, playgrounds, and sports fields. There is also a dramatic new children’s playground with a castle theme. The most notable landmark in this park is the real-life moments that pay tribute to the Avro Canada CF-100 “Canuck,” the first Canadian-designed-and-built combat aircraft.
Cyclists and hikers will enjoy the Malton Loop trail, which traverses a green corridor that follows the meandering Mimico Creek.
Malton Community Centre is located on Morning Star Drive and features a double gymnasium, expanded fitness area, and completely redesigned change rooms with adjacent steam rooms. It also features the Malton Community Pool, a 25-metre, four-lane, rectangular pool. Outdoors amenities at this centre include a new splash pad, playground, and basketball play pad.
There is also an LA Fitness nearby for residents who like to stay physically active.
Transit & Commute Times
Northeast Mississauga features over 500 street-level transit stops, mainly using MiWay transit. The area is also very accessible due to its proximity to Malton GO Station as well as Pearson International Airport.
Commuters can easily get into downtown Toronto within a 45-minute drive.
If you’re looking for a pocket of Mississauga that is quiet, serene, and away from all the hustle and bustle of the inner city, the Northeast area does just that. With Toronto Pearson International Airport close by, this neighbourhood is ideal for frequent travellers or commuters heading in and out of Toronto. The area has enough nearby amenities to keep you covered and even a few lush green spaces to settle down in nature or stay physically active. The community here is a tight-knit one and is mainly made up of families.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is Northeast Mississauga known for?
Northeast Mississauga is known for its industrial area as well as the distance from most Mississauga neighbourhoods.
Why is it called Northeast?
Northeast gets its name from its geographical location in Mississauga.