Mississauga Ontario is Canada’s largest city and the third largest municipality in Canada. It’s population is over one million people and they are concentrated in this region. It is primarily populated by people of European descent who came to this area over 400 years ago. The other notable people who have come to this area are Scots, Irish, Greeks, Italians, Germans, and Scots-Irish. It has the largest concentration of Italian-Canadian population outside of Italy itself, which is reflected in the Italian community that lives in the area.
One of the major attractions for tourists who come to the area is the statue of Mary Queen of Scots at City Hall, which is located directly across from City Hall. This statue depicts the last of the 12 Little Wars that took place here between Scotland and England in the middle ages. In fact, this statue is regarded as one of the four wonders of the world. There are museums, chapels, schools, parks, and many other parks in the area that draw tourists.
In addition to the attractions in the area, there are also many attractions that can be visited on foot, on horseback, or by bus. The Mississauga Botanical Gardens is one of the largest public gardens in the world. It is located just outside of downtown Mississauga and attracts tourists every year. There are also many biking and hiking trails throughout the city. Other attractions in the area include the Canada Aviation and Space Museum, the Natural History Museum, the YMCA, the Etobicoke Art Gallery, the Grey Water Canal, the Princess of Wales, the Mississauga Performing Arts Centre, and several more. There are also many festivals held each year.