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Malton Community Hub

The City of Mississauga is converting the former Lincoln M. Alexander Secondary School pool in Malton into a Community Hub that provides services and programs that reflect the local youth needs.


Services and Housing In the Province (SHIP) is the Lead Agency to manage and operate the future Malton Community Hub.

SHIP will work with the City of Mississauga, its project partners and the community to shape the Hub’s vision and identify the program and service needs for the Hub as well as select sub-agencies to operate out of the Hub.

Public engagement

SHIP and the City of Mississauga would like to thank everyone who attended the engagement sessions and took the time to respond to the survey. The feedback gathered from the Malton Hub engagement sessions and survey in combination with recommendations from design and architectural plans will help build amenities and features into the construction.

If you were unable to join, please review our presentation overview.

Project documents


This project is supported by the Peel District School Board and the Region of Peel. The Region of Peel will provide a capital grant to the project and inform the hub development through integrated service development standards. The Peel District School Board will further inform the development, construction planning and programming to ensure it complements the needs of its secondary students.

The Lincoln M. Alexander Secondary School pool is located at 3545 Morningstar Drive. The facility is currently 12,000 square feet with the capacity to expand to up to approximately 21,000 square feet. Some of the amenities the facility could potentially accommodate are meeting rooms, offices, program, event and multi-functional open space for social gatherings.

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Frequently asked questions

Community consultations were completed to ensure that service and programming gaps are identified and actioned on, in support of youth in Malton. The goal is to compliment existing services, i.e. the Youth Wellness Hub and other youth serving organization and not to duplicate or compete.

The goal is to enhance programs and services within the community, identifying trends and collectively evolving as trends and needs change.

  • Community kitchen for teaching, food production, breakfast and lunch programs
  • Multi-purpose room for meetings, events, classes
  • Youth drop-in room
  • Music recording room
  • Small rooms in support of spirituality, counselling, 1-2 people meetings, hoteling stations
  • Atrium with a pop-up stage

The goal of the Hub is to provide no cost services through the Anchor Partners or very low cost services and activities through itinerant or external organizational partners. This will be determined in part by the organization providing a specific service.

The new Community hub provides for approximately 18,300 square feet of area including a fully renovated ground floor (12,500 square feet) and a partial second floor (5,800 square feet).

All access /exit points, hallways and doors will comply with Ontario Building Code (OBA) and Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) requirements.

The proposed floor plan includes a Universal washroom that will compliant with AODA and City of Mississauga’s Facility accessibility Design Standards (FADS).

The plan also incorporates a Gender Neutral washroom, which is designed to be barrier free.

In addition both Female and Male bathrooms will have a B/F stall. The design also includes fully accessibly elevator for patrons to access the second floor.

Ramp at the entrance will allow Barrier free path of travel and and there will be automatic door operators.

If you would like more information on this project, read our detailed questions and answer hand out.

Project contact details

For questions or more information on the Malton Hub Project, please email

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