Monday, 30 December 2019

Built in 1830, Montgomery’s Inn was once part of a 400-acre farm which supplied food for the Montgomery family, guests of the Inn and for retail sale. Much of this land continued to be farmed by tenant farmers through the 1940s. Though the farm is long gone, the Inn remains and has been restored as a museum. Today we celebrate the Inn’s agricultural roots by once again offering farm-fresh produce for sale at the Montgomery’s Inn Farmers’ Market.

Our vendors sell local and organic veggies, fruit, meat, cheese, eggs, honey, preserves, baked goods, fresh bread and prepared foods that you can take home or enjoy on the premises. Enjoy live music in our new picnic area.

Every Wednesday from 2 to 6 p.m.
4709 Dundas St. W
416-394-8113

Friday, 20 December 2019

Muddy Duck Restaurant

                 Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, Boxing Day
                                  and New Years Day
                                                       from 9am to 2pm

                   for the Ultimate Breakfast Buffet.                                  



Muddy Duck Restaurant
                                            Holiday Hours
Tuesday  December 24th       Christmas Eve   9am. To 2pm. Breakfast Buffet 
Wednesday  December 25th  Christmas Day   9am. To 2pm  Breakfast Buffet 
Thursday  December 26th        Boxing Day      9am. To 2pm. Breakfast Buffet                                                                                                 
Tuesday  December 31st       New Years Eve   9am. To 2pm. Breakfast Buffet
                                  *2pm. To 11pm  Fix Price  and  Full Dinner menus

Wednesday  January 1st       New Years Day   9am. To 2pm. Breakfast Buffet

                                                    *2pm. To 8 pm.  Fix Price  and  Full Dinner menus 



Muddy Duck Restaurant 
2200 Dundas Street East 
Mississauga Ontario L4x2v3 
905-275-7732

Thursday, 12 December 2019

Tuesday, 10 December 2019

Cloverdale Mall is slated to be torn down for a new mixed-use project that will span a whopping 32 acres.

Cloverdale Mall, one of the city's oldest malls, may soon make way for a massive new redevelopment that could include condos, rental units, and an open-air centre.  
The shopping centre, which has sat at 250 The East Mall since 1956, is slated to be torn down for a new mixed-use project that will span a whopping 32 acres.