Mississauga is not much of a tourist destination, although it is where the airport is located if you are flying into Toronto.
Mississauga is a largely residential area, with many residents commuting to Toronto for work. It is the 6th largest city in Canada.
If you are heading to Mississauga to stay for a while some things worth checking out are: The Waterfront at Port Credit and the parks nearby (Jack Darling Park for example), Streetsville (nice to wander around in the summer), Square One (seriously huge mall), and the Living Arts Centre (right across from Square One).
Note that Mississauga is a huge city and very spread out, so make sure you have a car, or get info on the MiWay transit system.
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