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“Families still homeless six months after Mississauga house explosion:” Toronto Star

The Toronto Star is reporting that six months after the explosion on Hickory Drive in Mississauga dozens of residents are still unable to return to their homes.

The following statement was released today by Mayor Crombie:

“There are currently 33 homes still not occupied.

“The Hickory Drive incident remains a police investigation. The Fire Marshall and Peel Regional Police would need to comment on the details of the investigation.

“The team of professionals from the City of Mississauga remain engaged with those families impacted.

“I want to acknowledge the committed first responders, and our local charitable groups and faith communities, who continue to work throughout this Christmas and holiday season to help those impacted families in need of care and support.”

Real Impact happens on Giving Tuesday

How to Support our Mississauga Libraries on #GivingTuesday

“For over 25 years the Friends have been funding school trips to the library, author visits, and library renovations,” says FOL President Michael Jones.  “For the thousands of children we help, it is important for residents to help the Friends, support our libraries, and donate today.”

MISSISSAUGA – Not new to Black Friday deals or Cyber Monday sales, Mississauga will be celebrating its second #GivingTuesday on November 29, 2016.  The Friends of the Mississauga Library System (FOL) is one of registered charity groups actively campaigning on #GivingTuesday.  The Friends will be reminding residents about the importance of literacy and supporting our libraries. Continue reading Real Impact happens on Giving Tuesday