Heartland Mississauga

Heartland Mississauga

In Mississauga, Heartland’s second location, the school is minutes away from the exciting Square One area which has the best shopping, entertainment and restaurants in the city. There is a Metro stop across the street from the school making it very easy to get there from downtown Toronto. Classrooms are large and comfortable. Students have free access to wireless Internet, kitchen facilities, free coffee in the morning, lounge and activity spaces and more.

We would like to acknowledge that the land on which we gather is the traditional territory of the Haudensaunee and Anishnaabeg. This territory is covered by the Upper Canada Treaties, is within the lands protected by the “Dish With One Spoon” wampum agreement.


Mississauga is home to Toronto Pearson International airport, Canada’s largest and busiest airport, welcoming over 38.6 million passengers a year. (More than the entire population of Canada!)  
  • Mississauga has been recognized as the safest city in Canada for nine years in a row.
  • There are more than 480 parks and 23 major trail systems including part of a 780 kilometer waterfront trail running from Niagara-on-the-lake to the Quebec border.
  • It is Canada’s sixth largest and fastest growing city with a population of 729,000 residents.
  • Mississauga is the 2nd largest city in the Greater-Toronto-Area (GTA), right after the City of Toronto.
  • Mississauga is a short drive to many famous Canadian attractions in the Greater-Toronto and surrounding areas including Niagara Falls, CN Tower, Ripley’s Aquarium, Canada’s Wonderland, and much more.
  Mississauga's climate is considered moderate. The average temperature in July and August is 20 C (70 F) but the temperature can soar to 30 C (86 F) and above. The average temperature in January and February is -6 C (21 F).
Mississauga is one of the more affordable cities in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA), making it a great place to enjoy all that Ontario has to offer, for a lot less than living in downtown Toronto! See what the cost of living is like in Mississauga.
If you want more information about things to do in Mississauga, please visit:
    Top 10 things to do in Mississauga:
    1. Shop at Square One (Ontario’s largest shopping mall)
    2. Enjoy a gourmet meal on the waterfront of Lake Ontario
    3. Experience something new and exciting at the Rec Room! 44,000 sq. feet of great games, mouth-watering eats, and amazing entertainment, all packed under 1 roof!
    4. Watch a Steelheads hockey game at Paramount Fine Foods Centre
    5. Fly high at Skyzone (the world’s first indoor trampoline park)
    6. Enjoy the beach at Jack Darling Memorial Park
    7. Watch a live performance at the Living Arts Centre
    8. Experience Mississauga’s many cultures at Carassauga (Mississauga’s festival of cultures)
    9. Attend the bread and honey festival in Streetsville
    10. Attend a festival at Celebration Square