About the Parade
Since 2016, the Mississauga Santa Clause Parade has been bringing families and the Mississauga community together to welcome in the festive holiday season. With over 20,000 smiling faces singing along to Christmas carols, clapping and waving for the parade participants and lining the streets to greet Old Saint Nick, the parade committee works hard to guarantee everyone in attendance has a positive and memorable time.
About Mississauga News
The Mississauga News is the largest community multimedia organization in the province
having connectivity with all residents of Mississauga through, weekly newspapers, robust online platforms, exclusive door-to-door delivery and expertise in community and national events.
One of our fastest growing division is organizing events and providing experiential
opportunities to readers, clients, community organizations and non-for profits to come together all for common goal. We are currently organizers of various community and national events.
- Largest Free Midway fair in Mississauga
- Sports & Camp
- Taste of Brampton
- Toronto Golf
- Food & Drink
- Largest South Asian Wedding & Lifestyle
- National Top 25 Canadian Immigrants
- Only National Career, Education & Settlement expos in 7 cities coast to
- And many more
- United Way of
- Mississauga Community
- Heart House
- Trillium Health
- Mississauga food
- Living Arts
- Bread & Honey
- And many more
About Metroland Media
Metroland Media Group is a large media, publishing and distribution company operating in the southern part of the Canadian province of Ontario. In June 2014, Metroland reported publishing 116 local newspapers. Three of these are daily papers, and the rest are weekly community newspapers. Metroland has a substantial market presence in its geographic area, but has considerable competition from other large media and publishing organisations. In addition to printing most of its own publications, Metroland is a commercial printer of flyers and magazines. Metroland Media Group is owned by Torstar Corporation of Toronto, which also owns the Toronto Star newspaper.