• Mississauga is home to Toronto Pearson International airport, Canada’s largest and busiest airport, welcoming over 38.6 million passengers a year. (More than the entire population of Canada!)
• Mississauga has been recognized as the safest city in Canada for nine years in a row.
• There are more than 480 parks and 23 major trail systems including part of a 780 kilometer waterfront trail running from Niagara-on-the-lake to the Quebec border.
• It is Canada’s sixth largest and fastest growing city with a population of 729,000 residents.
Top 10 things to do in Mississauga:
Shop at Square One (Ontario’s largest shopping mall)
Enjoy a gourmet meal on the waterfront at Port Credit
Enjoy the many games and outdoor activities at Playdium
Watch a Steelheads hockey game at Hershey Centre
Fly high at Skyzone (the world’s first indoor trampoline park)
Enjoy the beach at Jack Darling Memorial Park
Watch a live performance at the Living Arts Centre
Experience Mississauga’s many cultures at Carassauga (Mississauga’s festival of cultures)
Attend the bread and honey festival in Streetsville
Attend a festival at Celebration Square
Mississauga is a short drive to many famous Canadian attractions in the Greater-Toronto and surrounding areas including Niagara Falls, CN Tower, Ripley’s Aquarium, Canada’s Wonderland, and much more.
Heartland Tips to continue English at home: Practice Pronunciation when you can. A little bit of pronunciation practice can make a big difference. 10-15 minutes per day for 2-3 weeks is all that it takes to completely change one bad pronunciation habit. One of our favourites is Dave Sconda videos on youtube www.youtube.com/channel/UCUI9xIKZnn3vpGIbb3RBvIw. Remember to EXAGGERATE mouth movements a lot! -Don’t stop after you get it right. You need to repeat over and over and over and over the correct way so that your mouth remembers. The important thing is conditioning. You can also practice pronunciation by imitating TV show characters as you watch. Make sure you try to imitate everything… the rhythm, the word stress, the pronunciation. You need to try to copy the MUSIC of English! ... See MoreSee Less