Mississauga - Clarkson BIA

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Clarkson is one of Mississauga’s oldest neighbourhoods and it is home to both of Mississauga’s historic museums. Clarkson Village is located in the southwestern section of Mississauga. The shoreline of Lake Ontario forms the southern boundary of this neighbourhood.

There is a strong sense of community in Clarkson Village centred around Lakeshore Road West and Clarkson Road which serves as the main street with a small-town village feel. Residents in the area enjoy a plethora of parks such as Jack Darling Park and Rattray Marsh. Not to mention, commuting residents are also privy to easy access to public transportation as they are a short distance from the Clarkson GO Station and the QEW.


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