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Provincial Election 2014

On June 12th, 2014 the following provincial candidates were elected in Mississauga ridings:

  • Bramalea-Gore-Malton: Jagmeet Singh
  • Mississauga-Brampton South: Amrit Mangat
  • Mississauga East-Cooksville:  Dipika Damerla
  • Mississauga-Erindale: Harinder Takhar
  • Mississauga-South: Charles Sousa
  • Mississauga-Streetsville:  Bob Delaney


Note: this notice is posted using election results found on the Elections Ontario website.


Message from the Mayor


Dear Citizens,

Your participation in the democratic process is important to the City of Mississauga. On June 12, 2014 residents will once again elect a provincial government. The City of Mississauga is committed to helping residents understand our local issues, so you can be informed as candidates ask for your vote on June 12th.

Mississauga is recognized as the sixth largest city in Canada and one of the fastest growing major cities. Our residents are talented, diverse, cultured, and highly skilled. To continue with our success, we must ensure that our interests and views are well represented by the provincial government. Mississauga City Council has identified the following issues for the upcoming provincial election:

  • Public Transit
  • Sustainable Infrastructure
  • Interest Arbitration - Labour Costs for Emergency Services

Please explore our provincial election website to find more about our priority issues. Included in this site are questions we addressed to provincial parties; links to the Region of Peel and other important associations; Council endorsed corporate report and other material of interest.

We invite your participation and I encourage you to ask your local candidates about these important municipal issues.