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One of the First Nation's Groups found by the traders around this area was called the Mississaugas, which was originally a Lake Huron-based tribe.
Most of Mississauga as we know it today was farmland for fruits and vegetables. The area continued to grow with the opening of Canada's busiest airport Toronto Pearson Internation Airport.
In 1968 several surrounding townships settlements were amalgamated and formed the Town of Mississauga.
Mississauga is one of Canada's newest and most populous cities.
Incorporated in 1974, and part of the Greater Toronto Area, Mississauga is Canada's sixth most populous municipality with a population of over 704,000.