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Photograph- Dime Days and City Information at Westwood Mall
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Title: Photograph- Dime Days and City Information at Westwood Mall
Identifier: 2006.4.25.3
Donor: City of Mississauga
Item Date: 1970-1985
Creation Date: 2011
Location: Bradley Museum

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Description: Colour photograph of a girl standing at an information desk inside of Westwood Mall. "Dime Days and City Information" is written on a sign on the corner of the desk. There are pamphlets dealing with City Transit on the desk along with other pamphlets whose lettering is too small to read.

Westwood Mall, was the first plaza in Malton and is located on former farmland of the Shaw family on Goreway drive. Westwood opened in 1971 and the expansion of the mall completed in 1977. Ref: "Malton: Farms to Flying" by Kathleen Hicks, pp 17, 218-219.

Mississauga's bus routes were first run by Travelways Limited under the name of "Mississauga Transit Systems" in 1969. It was later brought under the recently formed Mississauga Transit and bus service incorporated the towns of Mississauga, Streetsville and Port Credit. These services began November 1, 1973. See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mississauga_Transit.
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