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Population & demographics

Total population

700,453

Population age (%)

0-19 (21%)20-34 (21%)35-49 (19%)50-64 (22%)65+ (17%)

Household

Average household income

$137,412


Household composition (%)

Single person (21%)Multi person (4%)Single Family (73%)Multi Family (1%)

Owners / Renters (%)

Owners (70%)Renters (30%)

Mother Tongue (%)

English (55%)Urdu (6%)Arabic (5%)Mandarin (4%)Polish (3%)Others (3%)Punjabi (Panjabi) (3%)Tagalog (Pilipino, Filipino) (3%)Spanish (2%)Yue (Cantonese) (2%)Portuguese (2%)Hindi (1%)Tamil (1%)Vietnamese (1%)

How much does it cost to live in Mississauga?

Detached

Median Selling Price$1,383,400


Average Days on Market

17.82

#Active Listings (last 30 days)

808

#Sold Listings (last 30 days)

234

Semi-Detached

Median Selling Price$987,500


Average Days on Market

12.33

#Active Listings (last 30 days)

134

#Sold Listings (last 30 days)

70

Townhouse

Median Selling Price$940,000


Average Days on Market

24.76

#Active Listings (last 30 days)

96

#Sold Listings (last 30 days)

21

Condo

Median Selling Price$667,600


Average Days on Market

25.94

#Active Listings (last 30 days)

1091

#Sold Listings (last 30 days)

217

Top 5 Schools in Mississauga

Safa & Marwa Islamic School5550 McAdam Road, L4Z 1P1, Mississauga, ON
10/10
Private
Safa & Marwa Islamic School5570 Kennedy Rd, L4Z 2A9, Mississauga, ON
10/10
Private
Iqra Islamic School5751 Coopers Ave, L4Z 1R9, Mississauga, ON
10/10
Private
Ahmadiyya Elementary School1194 Matheson Blvd East, L4W 1R2, Mississauga, ON
10/10
Private
Khalsa School Malton7280 Airport Rd, L4T 2H3, Mississauga, ON
10/10
Private

Mississauga Review

Transportation

Car Friendly

5/5

Good access to freeways and major arteries, with a large amount of parking nearby

Pedestrian Friendly

2/5

Few day-to-day needs are within walking distance

Transit Friendly

3/5

Transit is available for some trips

Shopping, Food and Nightlife

Cafes

2/5

Some cafés within walking distance

Groceries

3/5

At least one grocery store within a 15-minute walk

Nightlife

1/5

Few or no bars within walking distance

Shopping

3/5

Some shops within walking distance

Restaurants

3/5

Some restaurants within walking distance

Greenery & Character

Greenery

1/5

Very few street trees or parks in the area

Quiet

3/5

Multiple sources of noise nearby

Vibrant

1/5

Quiet atmosphere at all hours

Why live in Mississauga?

Mississauga is home to over 825,000 residents, making it the most populous suburb of the GTA. Nestled on the shores of Lake Ontario between Etobicoke and Oakville, the city boasts an incredible public transportation system, not to mention some of the best shopping and dining in the Greater Toronto Area. Plus, as one of the closest suburbs to the City of Toronto, you can get from Mississauga to downtown Toronto in less than 20 minutes by car. And yet, due to its location just outside the city limits, the cost of living is lower here than it is in Toronto. Residents also benefit from a thriving business community, a culturally diverse population, many historic villages, and a scenic waterfront. One of the area’s biggest attractions is Port Credit, a historic neighbourhood in Mississauga situated at the mouth of the Credit River on Lake Ontario. The area has a picturesque boardwalk, an iconic lighthouse, and plenty of shops, cafes, and restaurants for tourists and locals alike to enjoy. Other attractions include the Living Arts Centre, the Art Gallery of Mississauga, and Celebration Square. Meanwhile, if you want to shop in Mississauga, you will have plenty of opportunities to do so thanks to Square One Shopping Centre, Erin Mills Town Centre, Westwood Square, Dixie Outlet Mall, and Heartland Town Centre. Further, despite its central location in the GTA, there are still plenty of opportunities to enjoy the outdoors in and around Mississauga. For example, the city has many urban parks like Kariya Park, Lakefront Promenade Park, Jack Darling Memorial Park, and Erindale Park, in addition to a number of larger conservation areas suitable for hiking, such as Rattray Marsh Conservation Area and the Riverwood Conservancy.

Quality and diversity of education in Mississauga

Mississauga is part of the Peel Region, which means that the public elementary and high schools in the area are operated by the Peel District School Board and the Dufferin-Peel Catholic School Board. Some of the main public schools in Mississauga include John Fraser Secondary School, Glen Forest Secondary School, Port Credit Secondary School, Oscar Peterson Public School, and Cooksville Creek Public School. However, there are also many highly-ranked private schools, like Blyth Academy Mississauga, USCA Academy International School, Northstar Montessori Private School, and St. Jude’s Academy. Meanwhile, Mississauga is home to the University of Toronto - Mississauga and Lambton College Mississauga. However, if post-secondary students don’t want to leave the Peel Region, there is also Algoma University Brampton and Sheridan College in nearby Brampton. Lastly, due to Mississauga;s proximity to Toronto, it is only a short train ride, bus ride, or drive into the city, which gives them access to even more universities and colleges, such as the University of Toronto, George Brown College, York University, Seneca College, Toronto Metropolitan University (formerly Ryerson University), Humber College, Toronto Film School, and the Ontario College of Art & Design University (OCAD).

Most populous cities in Mississauga

As one of the largest cities in the Greater Toronto Area and the largest by a long shot in the Peel Region, Mississauga is made up of a number of neighbourhoods. These include Port Credit, Streetsville, Lorne Park, Erin Mills, Erindale, Malton, East Credit, Meadowvale, Cooksville, Clarkson, Lakeview, Dixie, Applewood Hills, Mineola, and Vista Heights.

Quality of infrastructure for Mississauga

Mississauga’s infrastructure is nearly unmatched in the Greater Toronto Area. Not only do residents have the largest airport in Canada, Toronto Pearson International Airport, at their fingertips, but they also have a plethora of other transportation options. For instance, roughly half an hour away in Hamilton is the John C. Munro Hamilton Mississauga Airport, and 20 minutes in the opposite direction gets you to Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport in downtown Toronto. Beyond air travel, Mississauga is home to an extensive network of local, regional, and domestic trains, thanks to Metrolinx’s GO Transit system and Via Rail. Metrolinx has a number of GO bus and train routes that operate all throughout Mississauga and the Peel Region, and they can take passengers to Toronto Union Station, as well as to other parts of the GTA. Meanwhile, there is no Via Rail station in Mississauga as of yet, but there is one in Brampton and another in Oakville, which are only short drives away. MiWay in Mississauga provides local buses within Mississauga. Lastly, in terms of driving, Mississauga is extremely well-situated. Living here will give you quick access to the following major highways in Ontario, which can take you practically anywhere from Hamilton and Windsor to Toronto, Muskoka, Kingston, and beyond. They include Highway 401, Highway 403, Highway 407, Highway 410, Highway 427, and the Queen Elizabeth Way. One final note on healthcare - Mississauga’s healthcare system is top-notch, with the city being home to two major hospitals - the Credit Valley Hospital and the Trillium Health Partners Mississauga Hospital. However, as part of the GTA, you can also take advantage of the City of Toronto's world-renowned healthcare facilities, like Toronto General Hospital, North York General Hospital, Mount Sinai Hospital, St. Michael’s Hospital, St. Joseph’s Health Centre, Humber River Hospital, and the Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids).

Safety and security for Mississauga

The Peel Regional Police is tasked with keeping Mississauga residents safe, though crime rates are low throughout the city, as is the risk of natural disasters. In case of emergency, always call 9-1-1.

Mississauga property market

The property market in Mississauga has been strong and stable for quite some time. Given its proximity to downtown Toronto, it has long been considered a desirable place to call home, especially for families but also for an increasing number of young people and seniors. Nowadays, with the city’s unprecedented growth, buyers will have their pick of a wide variety of property types. These include semi-detached and fully-detached homes, bungalows, condos, apartments, townhouses, duplexes, and more.

Standard of living in Mississauga

The standard of living in Mississauga is incredibly high. It boasts a diverse population, a tight-knit community that is welcoming to newcomers, a booming property market with many types of homes to choose from, and excellent infrastructure. Plus, it is a top-tier shopping and dining destination with plenty of opportunities to enjoy the great outdoors, whether you prefer strolling past the lighthouse in Port Credit or hiking the trails at Rattray Marsh. Further proof that Mississauga offers a high standard of living? Toronto, of which Mississauga is a part, recently earned the ninth spot in The Global Liveability Index 2023’s Liveability Report, meaning it was ranked the ninth most liveable city in the whole world.

Something wonderful about Mississauga

The name Mississauga is an Ojibwa word that translates to “River of the North of Many Mouths.” This makes sense when you consider the fact that the Credit River, which is a whopping 1,500 kilometres long, flows through Mississauga (the mouth of the river being in Port Credit). Thus, the name originally came from the Anishinaabe people, who later became known as the Mississaugas of the Credit for inspiring the city’s name. The city’s name was officially adopted in 1967.