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Top 10 High Schools in Mississauga 2014 Ranking


2014 Ranking

Top 10 High Schools in Mississauga Ranking.
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Rank in the most recent five years
School Name
2012-13 Rating
Rating in the most recent five years
24/740 32/691 John Fraiser Mississauga 8.6 8.2
39/740 46/691 Cawthra Park Mississauga 8.3 8.0
48/740 46/691 Gordon Graydon Memorial Mississauga 8.2 8.0
103/740 46/691 Lorne Park Mississauga 7.7 8.0
32/740 68/691 Glenforest Mississauga 8.4 7.8
39/740 81/691 The Woodlands Mississauga 8.3 7.7
80/740 91/691 Port Credit Mississauga 7.9 7.6
103/740 123/691 Streetsville Mississauga 7.7 7.4
158/740 137/691 Stephen Lewis Mississauga 7.3 7.3
158/740 149/691 Rick Hansen Mississauga 7.3 7.2

Catholic High School Ranking

2012-13 Rank Rank in the most recent five years School Name City 2012-13 Rating Rating in the most recent five years
62/740 19/691 St Aloysius Gonzaga Mississauga 8.1 8.5
32/740 40/691 St. Marcellinus Mississauga 8.4 8.1
103/740 91/691 St Francis Xavier Mississauga 7.7 7.6
103/740 108/691 Our Lady of Mount Carmel Mississauga 7.7 7.5
87/740 149/691 John Cabot Mississauga 7.8 7.2
183/740 149/691 Iona Mississauga 7.2 7.2
122/740 174/691 Philip Pocock Mississauga 7.6 7.1
122/740 174/691 St Joseph Mississauga 7.6 7.1
183/740 226/691 Loyola Mississauga 7.2 6.9
122/740 263/691 St Martin Mississauga 7.6 6.7

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Hurontario Main LRT Project Update 2014




























When:  Approximately 2017 – 2025

Why: Mississauga and Brampton  currently have a combined population of close to 1.5 million people and an employment base of nearly 587,000.

In the next 20 years, the Region of Peel will need to accommodate over 300,000 people and approximately 150,000 jobs, much of which will be in Brampton and Mississauga. Nearly a quarter of that growth is expected to live in the area immediately surrounding the Hurontario-Main corridor.
With the current traffic levels along the corridor and the projected growth in development, traffic and population, the corridor would approach or exceed traffic capacity along many of its sections


5 Tips for Condo Buyers in Mississauga

Buying a condo in Mississauga can provide a host of benefits, particularly for buyers who are looking for the opportunity to be close to amenities and avoid intensive upkeep in a home. Still, when the time comes to buy a condo, it is important to conduct due diligence to ensure you do not have to endure a case of buyer’s remorse later. When buying a condo, it is important to keep in mind that the process is not quite the same as buying a single-family residence. Consequently, there are different concerns and considerations.

What are the Fees Involved?

Among the first things to consider are the fees associated with the condo you are considering purchasing. Fees are typically levied by the condo association in most buildings. Those fees are used to pay for expenses such as repairs and insurance. Understanding the amount of the fees as well as what they are applied toward is important when buying a condo in Mississauga.

What are the Rules?

In addition, you need to consider the rules that apply to the condo you are considering purchasing. For instance, are pets allowed? If you wish to rent out your unit in the future, will you be allowed to do so? Do certain rules apply to shared facilities, such as the swimming pool? Visitor parking is also important to note since most Mississauga condos allow for a certain number of overnight visitors in the building per month.

Understand Maintenance

When reviewing Mississauga condos for sale, it is also important to develop an understanding of how maintenance is handled. For example, does the condo association hire someone to handle it or are the tenants expected to help with upkeep? This is an important issue to consider as maintenance can affect quality of living as well as the resale value of your unit.

 What is the Culture of the Building?

When you are considering purchasing a unit in a building where multiple other people live, it is important to understand what you can expect from the neighborhood, so to speak. One way to do that is to review the condo association meeting minutes or talk to people that already live on the building. In addition to gaining an understanding of whether the condo is primarily owner or tenant occupied is also important. Usually when the majority of residents are owners of the units they tend to take better care of their space as well as the building.

Shop Till you Drop

Buying a condo is a big commitment and it is a process that should end with you finding a unit you will love to call home. Be prepared to view a variety of different styles and options.

How Old Are the Condos Around Square One Mississauga


Grand Park Residence 4065 Brickstone Mews 2013
Limelight 360 Square One 2013
Limelight 365 Prince of Wales 2013
Absolute 50 Absolute 2012
Absolute 60 Absolute 2012
Elle 3525 Kariya 2012
Wide Suits 208 Enfield 2011
Chicago 385 Prince of Wales 2011
Onyx 223 Webb 2010
Ultra Ovation 330 Burnhamthorpe 2010
Universal 335 Rathburn 2009
Eve 3515 Kariya 2009
Absolute 80 Absolute 2009
Solstice 225 Webb 2008
Grand Ovation 310 Burnhamthorpe 2008
One Park Tower 388 Prince of Wales 2008
Absolute 70 Absolute 2007
Absolute 90 Absolute 2007
City Gate Condos 220 Burnhamthorpe 2006
Capital Tower 4080 Living Arts 2006
Capital Tower 4090 Living Arts 2006
Ovation Condos 3888 Duke of York 2005
City Gate Condos 3939 Duke of York 2005
City One 1 Elm 2004
City One 33 Elm 2004
Ovation Condos 3880 Duke of York 2004
Tiara Condo 156 Enfield 2003
Centre Condo 400 Webb 1995
Monarchy 325 Webb 1994
Monarchy 335 Webb 1994
The Platinum 350 Webb 1994
The Enfield 265 Enfield 1993
The Enfield 285 Enfield 1992
Centre II 330 Rathburn 1992
Odyssey 250 Webb 1991
Club One 300 Webb 1990
Centre I 350 Rathburn 1990
The Towne 2 55 Elm 1990
Phoenix 550 Webb 1990
The Towne 3605 Kariya 1989

Current Condo Trends in Mississauga Condo Market

Prospective buyers in Mississauga will find that the latest trends in the local real estate market may leave them with few options. Recent reports have found that a variety of factors have led to a significantly increased demand for Mississauga condos. Among those factors are rapidly increasing single-family home prices. The simple fact is that the cost to purchase a single-family home has now become unaffordable for many local residents. The situation has left buyers with the choice of moving further out to the suburbs where homes are less expensive but the commute is longer or buying a condo in Mississauga which offers amenities of a large City.

The scarcity of affordable single-family homes has caused many buyers to be priced out of the more established neighbourhoods in the area. As a result, many families are making the trade-off of opting for condo-style living while maintaining easy access to the local transit system. Construction of new Mississauga condos has continued at a rapid increase over the past few months. In fact, the construction level actually seems to conceal the anticipated demographic needs, potentially signalling a decline in sales at some point in the future.

Even so, buyers weighing the pros and cons between moving to the suburbs and buying a Square One condo often find that a condo wins in the end. Factors such as traffic congestion and increased traffic often incite a desire to live closer to work. Currently, the vast percentage of the condo boom in Mississauga and the surrounding area has taken place in highly desirable neighbourhoods that are well served by the local transit system and also easily walkable.

Yet another factor driving the trend toward condo living is the growing senior demographic. In fact, many luxury Mississauga condo towers are now specifically targeting well-off empty nesters who no longer desire to maintain a larger residence. Location-centric neighbourhoods make it easy to socialize with friends and enjoy a range of amenities.

During the course of the next two years, it is anticipated that the rate of condos for sale in Mississauga will drop off somewhat from the current boom we are now witnessing. Based on a continuing need for affordable housing and the desire of many buyers to maintain easy access to transit systems and a vibrant lifestyle, the overall prognosis for the condo market in Mississauga is expected to remain strong. Some experts are even predicting that over the long-term the price growth for Mississauga condos could rival that of traditional housing.