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MISSISSAUGA — Everyone wanted to know the life secret of Mississauga’s Sant Kaur Girn as she celebrated her 104th birthday today (April 15).
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Friday, March, 22, 2013 - 3:03:08 AM
Wynne greets as Pakistanis celebrate Pak Day "do they celebrate Canada Day in Pakistan???"
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Community divided over Brampton townhouse development "I support Councillor John Sprovieri and other city staff members view on the development of this land.Please do not stereotype punjabi community to be only multi-family dwellers and neither do we want Brampton to be a Punjabi nation. We live in Canad"
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Jagmeet Singh demands action to lower auto insurance rates "The problem with Horwath's demand for a 15% premium reduction isn't with her math (as the IBC would have it) but with her myopic failure to look at the fact that increased auto insurer profits are largely coming courtesy of wrongful denials of policy"
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Cricket Canada to focus on finances, infrastructure and NCL, says Vimal Hardat
Releasing a three-phase plan, the newly-elected president of Cricket Canada Association says bringing CCA back to a strong financial position will remain their top priority.
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Ravin Moorthy says good-bye to Cricket Canada
Losing One-Day International and then twenty20 cricket is very disappointing and heartbreaking, admitted Ravin Moorthy, the outgoing president of Cricket Canada.
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Parents put together pieces to solve autism puzzle
Mississauga’s Yojna Gupta and Anil Puri didn’t know their son was autistic until his fourth birthday, and the delayed diagnosis and lack of knowledge created tough times.
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Bollywood Monster Mashup looking for local performers
Organizers of the Bollywood Monster Mashup are looking for solo and group performers for its fourth consecutive hangama festival at Mississauga’s Celebration Square this summer.
Coping with workplace harassment
It happens more often than you might think. Only, we generally tend to shrug and move on. But what happen when we can’t ignore it?
Keeping a weather eye open as the climate changes, all around
The extreme weather we’ve witnessed over the past year shows climate change is here. What can we do to live in harmony with Nature?

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Peel parents seek more research, better treatment to overcome autism

Despite cutting edge technology and the most modern facilities, Peel-based parents feel there’s still a long way to go when it comes to the fight against autism.