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MISSISSAUGA – India’s renowned spiritual guru Brahmrishi Sri Guruvanandji Swamy (Gurudev) is coming to Mississauga to help heal the local community spiritually.
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News | February 23

Peel community shows strength, anger against sex-ed curriculum

MISSISSAUGA – “It’s unacceptable, we reject.” This was the loud and clear message to Premier Kathleen Wynne on her government’s proposed sex education curriculum by community members at a town hall meeting in Mississauga Thursday (Feb. 19) night.