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|Record #||Organization / Program Name(s)||Address||Office Phone||Description||Hours||My List|
|CDR0060||Big Brothers Big Sisters of Peel||71 West Dr, Unit 23
Brampton, ON L6T 5E2
|905-457-7288||Big Brothers Big Sisters of Peel provides mentoring programs to help promote the healthy development of children and youth (6-17yrs) in Peel Region.
Programs offered for children include:
* One-to-One Mentoring - matches a child 6 - 17 years of age (Little Brother/Little Sister) with a caring adult (Big Brother/Big Sister) over the age of 18. Matches are encouraged to plan fun and low cost activities 2 - 4 times per month for 1 year. Monthly agency sponsored recreational activities are provided. Unique opportunities to mentor a child together as a couple or as a female volunteer matched with a young boy are also available in our Couples for Kids Program and Big & Little Buddy Program.
* Group Mentoring - Five volunteers mentor ten children one weeknight from Sept-June in local schools throughout the Region. Outing costs are covered by the agency. Activities include floor hockey and sports, community tours, swimming and more.
* Big Bunch - A program designed for children on the waiting list. Activities are planned by the agency and volunteers sign up to bring children to at least one outing per month.
* In-School Mentoring offered in partnership with the Peel District School Board and the Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board this program matches elementary girls and boys with a caring adult mentor. Matches meet for one hour during school hours and on school property to share in fun activities.
* Teen Mentoring - This school based program matches elementary students with caring youth mentors ages 15 and up from a nearby participating secondary school. Matches meet at the same time each week in a supervised group setting.
* Go Girls! Healthy Bodies, Healthy Minds - A school based mentoring program for girls in Grades 7 and 8. The program curriculum promotes active living, healthy eating and positive self esteem. Female mentors ages 18 - 25 years are trained to lead the fun and interactive sessions over 7 weeks.
*Game On! Eat Smart, Play Smart, Live Smart - A seven week school based mentoring program for boys ages 11 - 14. Explore pressing issues facing boys and young men through physical activity, healthy eating, self-esteem and communication skills. Male mentors are fully trained to lead sessions in participating schools.
* Conversation Club provides new Canadian youth (12 - 18) with opportunities to integrate into Canadian society, to practice English conversation skills and receive homework help from youth mentors (16 - 24). Offered in partnership with the Centre for Education and Training and funded by Citizenship and Immigration Canada.
VOLUNTEER MENTOR ROLE Volunteers for most programs must commit to a minimum of one year or one school based year with the exception of Go Girls!, Game On! and Conversation Club.
|Flexible depending on program||Add Record|
|CDR0047||Boys and Girls Clubs of Peel Region||315 Traders Blvd E, Unit 11
Mississauga, ON L4Z 3E5
|905-712-1789||Provides a safe, supportive place where children and youth can experience new opportunities, overcome barriers, build positive relationships and develop confidence and skills for life.
Operates the following programs:
* Youth Programs providing social/recreational activities designed to enhance the growth and development of children and youth in a group setting.
* After School and Evening Programs promoting active social/recreational participation, homework and computer/internet access among children and youth in a safe and caring environment.
* Breakfast for Kids supporting community and school based breakfast, snack or lunch programs to address the problem of hungry children in Peel schools.
|Varies from site to site||Add Record|
|BRA0290||Brampton. Community Services Department||2 Wellington St W
Brampton, ON L6Y 4R2
|905-874-2300||Municipal community services department inlcudes fire & emergency services * parks maintenance and operations * recreation facilities & programs * arts, culture and theatres services * business services (administration) and animal services||Add Record|
|BRA0632||Brampton. Community Services Department, Parks and Recreation Division, Balmoral Recreation Centre||225 Balmoral Dr
|905-793-8222||Recreation facility * indoor pool and saunas||Add Record|
|BRA0641||Brampton. Community Services Department, Parks and Recreation Division, Bramalea Civic Centre||150 Central Park Dr
|905-874-2929||Auditorium * outdoor skating||Add Record|
|BRA0122||Brampton. Community Services Department, Parks and Recreation Division, Brampton Soccer Centre||1495 Sandalwood Pkwy E
Brampton, ON L6R 0K2
|905-458-4036||Recreational facility * soccer fields (indoor & outdoor) * cricket pitches * basketball * other community programs||Add Record|
|BRA0634||Brampton. Community Services Department, Parks and Recreation Division, Central Public School Recreation & Arts Centre||24 Alexander St
|905-874-2810||Recreation facility * meeting rooms and auditorium||Building hours: Mon. – Fri. & Sun. 8:30am to 11pm Sat. 8:30am to 1am||Add Record|
|BRA0633||Brampton. Community Services Department, Parks and Recreation Division, Century Gardens Recreation Centre||340 Vodden St
|905-874-2814||Re-opening (after renovations) October 18, 2008
Recreation facility * auditorium * meeting room * gym * arena * indoor pool * squash courts * racquetball * skateboard park
|BRA0636||Brampton. Community Services Department, Parks and Recreation Division, Chinguacousy Curling Club & Programs||905-458-6555||Recreation facility * auditorium * arena * wading pool * curling club * tennis courts||Add Record|
|BRA0639||Brampton. Community Services Department, Parks and Recreation Division, Chinguacousy Wellness Centre||995 Peter Robertson Blvd
|905-789-6111||Recreation facility * auditorium * meeting room * racquetball * saunas * indoor pool||Add Record|
|BRA0640||Brampton. Community Services Department, Parks and Recreation Division, Chris Gibson Recreation Centre||125 McLaughlin Rd N
|905-874-2820||Recreation facility * auditorium * meeting room * arena * indoor pool * squash * racquetball||Add Record|
|BRA0642||Brampton. Community Services Department, Parks and Recreation Division, Earnscliff Recreation Centre||44 Eastbourne Dr
|905-792-2224||Recreation facility * gym * arena * indoor pool * squash||Add Record|
|BRA0643||Brampton. Community Services Department, Parks and Recreation Division, Ebenezer Community Hall||4494 Gore Rd
|905-791-2240||Community centre * small meeting area||Add Record|
|BRA0644||Brampton. Community Services Department, Parks and Recreation Division, Eldorado Park & Outdoor Pool||8520 Creditview Rd
|905-874-2665||Park * outdoor pool||Add Record|
|BRA0645||Brampton. Community Services Department, Parks and Recreation Division, Ellen Mitchell Recreation Centre||922 North Park Dr
|905-791-4811||Recreation centre * auditorium * meeting room * indoor pool * squash||Add Record|
|BRA0648||Brampton. Community Services Department, Parks and Recreation Division, Greenbriar Recreation Centre||1100 Central Park Dr
|905-791-2240||Recreation centre * arena||Add Record|
|BRA0649||Brampton. Community Services Department, Parks and Recreation Division, Howden Recreation Centre||150 Howden Blvd
|905-793-4645||Recreation centre * indoor pool||Add Record|
|BRA0650||Brampton. Community Services Department, Parks and Recreation Division, Huttonville Community Centre||2322 Embleton Rd
|905-874-2820||Community centre * meeting facilities||Add Record|
|BRA0652||Brampton. Community Services Department, Parks and Recreation Division, Jim Archdekin Recreation Centre||292 Conestoga Dr
|905-840-1023||Recreation centre * meeting facilities * gym * arena * indoor pool * squash, etc||Add Record|
|BRA0653||Brampton. Community Services Department, Parks and Recreation Division, Ken Giles Recreation Centre||370 Bartley Bull Pkwy
|905-874-2861||Indoor soccer centre||Add Record|
|BRA0654||Brampton. Community Services Department, Parks and Recreation Division, Loafer's Lake Recreation Centre||30 Loafer's Lake Lane
|905-846-2370||Recreation centre * meeting facilities * arena * indoor pool, etc||Add Record|
|BRA0655||Brampton. Community Services Department, Parks and Recreation Division, Memorial Arena||69 Elliott St
|BRA0657||Brampton. Community Services Department, Parks and Recreation Division, Professor's Lake Recreation Centre||1660 North PArk Dr
|905-791-7751||Recreation centre with lake * meeting facilities * sailing * swimming * waterfront access||Add Record|
|BRA0638||Brampton. Community Services Department, Parks and Recreation Division, Sking & Snowboarding Programs||9050 Bramlea Rd
|905-458-6555||Recreation facility * auditorium * meeting room||Add Record|
|BRA0658||Brampton. Community Services Department, Parks and Recreation Division, Snelgrove Community Centre||11692 Hurontario St
|905-846-1228||Meeting facilities||Add Record|
|BRA0659||Brampton. Community Services Department, Parks and Recreation Division, South Fletcher's Sportsplex||500 Ray Lawson Blvd
|905-874-2856||Recreation centre * meeting facilities * arena * gym * indoor pool, etc||Add Record|
|BRA0661||Brampton. Community Services Department, Parks and Recreation Division, Terry Miller Recreation Centre||1295 Williams Pkwy E
|905-791-8211||Recreation centre * meeting facilities * gym * indoor pool, etc||Add Record|
|BRA0662||Brampton. Community Services Department, Parks and Recreation Division, Victoria Park Arena||20 Victoria Cres
|905-793-7500||Arena * meeting facilities||Add Record|
|MAL0080||Chinese Association, Brampton||Chinese community group * sports * social and cultural activities||Add Record|
|MAL0121||Chinese Association of Mississauga||Golden Square Centre
1177 Central Pkwy W, Unit 16
Mississauga, ON L5C 4P3
|905-275-8558||Chinese Association * Community/Social Activities for seniors and members * Language Instruction For Newcomers To Canada (LINC) * ESL * Newcomers Settlement Services * Child care * Volunteer opportunities and training * Job search, Resume and Cover Letter Workshop * Computer Internet Service for settlement need * Housing and Referral Services * Community Volunteer Income Tax Program for low income families, seniors, and students * Assisting low-income families and seniors to apply for Ontario Works in Peel and Peel Access to Housing * Interpretive services * Commissioner for taking affidavits *||Office Hour
Mon-Fri 9:00 am - 4:30 pm
|MAL0063||City of Mississauga, Malton Community Pool||Malton Community Centre
3540 Morning Star Dr
Mississauga, ON L4T 1Y2
|905-615-4640||Features include;25 metre, 4 lane, rectangular shaped pool * and warm water play & therapeutic pool * diving board
accessible ramp * hydrotherapy bench * male, female and family change rooms * .day lockers
available in change facilities * tippy bucket available for use during fun and loonie swims
Swimming Lessons; (all ages) recreational swimming * pool rentals * aquatic exercise * Snoezelen Pool * wellness & therapeutic programs available.
|Administraion: Mon-Thu 6:30am-10:30pm * Fri 6:30am-10:00pm * Sat-Sun 8:30am-6:00pm||Add Record|
|CDR0013||Cow Over Moon Children's Theatre||Box Office 905-510-8210||Theatre group dedicated to creating and producing quality, accessible theatre productions for children and families. Produces 2 productions yearly.||Add Record|
|CAL0145||Credit Valley Conservation, Belfountain Conservation Area||10 Credit St
|Conservation Area 519-927-5838
CVC Head Office 905-670-1615
|Conservation area on 8 hectares. Facilities include hiking, fishing, picnic area, barbecues, washrooms, nature trails, and wedding or wedding photo site.||Hours variable depending on time of year * visit website||Add Record|
|BRA0064||Credit Valley Conservation, Conservation Areas, Mississauga||CVC Head Office 905-670-1615||Conservation areas within City of Mississauga * owned by the Credit Valley Conservation but maintained by municipal partners
Erindale Park (Dundas St. W. & Mississauga Rd.) – fishing * walking trails * picnic areas * access to the Culham Trail
JC Saddington (W side of the mouth of the Credit River) – picnic area * fishing
Lakefront Promenade Park (Lakeshore Rd. & Cawthra Rd.) – walking & biking trails * two marinas * public boat launch access to Lake Ontario * picnic shelters * family playground areas
Meadowvale Conservation Area (Between Derry Rd. W. bypass & Old Derry Rd., at 2 nd Line W.) - group picnics * fishing * access to Glassford & Culham Trails
Riverwood Park (1475 Burnhamthorpe Rd. W. at Credit Woodlands) – woodlands * meadows * garden terraces * official home of the Mississauga Garden Council and Visual Arts Mississauga
|Hours variable depending on time of year||Add Record|
|CAL0406||Credit Valley Conservation, Island Lake Conservation Area||673067 Hurontario St S
Orangeville, ON L9W 2Y9
|Conservation Area 1-800-367-0890
CVC Head Office 905-670-1615
|This 332 hectare Conservation Area offers picnic area, boat rentals, group picnicking, fishing in reservoir, nature trails, swimming (wading, sandy beach area), washroom facilities. Cross country skiing, snowshoe trails, skating and ice fishing in winter. Home of Island Lake Rowing Club. Summer Eco-Day Camps.||Hours variable depending on time of year * visit website||Add Record|
|BRA0063||Credit Valley Conservation, Rattray Marsh Conservation Area||50 Bexhill Rd
|CVC Head Office 905-670-1615||Conservation area * last remaining lakefront marsh between Toronto and Burlington * interpretive boardwalk with 3 viewing platforms (footpath only) * bird-watching * self-guided nature trails designed to help visitors identify various wildlife * Rattray Marsh Volunteer Work Days throughout the season * large groups are advised to enter through Jack Darling Park (to the east) which has washrooms and picnic facilities (not available in Rattray Marsh)
Please note: Fishing and cycling are NOT ALLOWED at Rattray Marsh
|Open only during daylight hours; no staff on duty||Add Record|
|CAL0588||Credit Valley Conservation, Terra Cotta Conservation Area||14451 Winston Churchill Blvd
Terra Cotta, ON
|Conservation Area 905-877-1120
CVC Head Office 905-670-1615
|Terra Cotta Conservation Area consists of 508 acres of rugged terrain on the Niagara Escarpment which offers nature trails, picnic area, fishing, birdwatching, cross country skiing, interpretive programs and a visitors centre.||Spring to Fall (April 1 - Dec 31): Daylight hours
Winter: (January 1- March 31) Mon-Sun 8 am-6 pm
|MHL0156||Cruisers Sports for the Physically Disabled of Halton-Peel||9-6975 Meadowvale Town Centre Circle, Suite # 158
Mississauga, ON L5N 2V7
|Provides active living, sports and recreational opportunities to people with physical disabilities living in Peel and Halton||Add Record|
|MAL0076||Dixie Bloor Neighbourhood Centre||3650 Dixie Road, Suite 103
Mississauga, ON L4Y 3V9
|905-629-1873||Multiservice organization offering a wide range of social and recreational services to meet the needs of the Dixie Bloor community and surrounding areas offering Settlement Services for new immigrants in 19 languages, including American Sign Language, Disability issues, Family Reunification, Commission of Oath,* Language Instruction for Newcomers to Canada (LINC) and bridge to work co-op , newcomert * Employment Programs and job search workshops, counselling , mentoring and job development, l *Employment Resource Rooms, offered at 3415 Dixie Rd, Ste 402 * Mississauga * 905-206-0755 *Family Programs (including programs for children, youth & seniors), Kids day camps, volunteer programs . caregiver information and education call Wendy 905-276-6392 *||Office Mon-Fri 8:30am-4:30pm||Add Record|
|CDR0055||Human Services Department, Region of Peel, Children's Services Operations||10 Peel Centre Drive
Brampton, ON L6T 0E3
|Information Line 905-791-1585||The Region of Peel’s Human Services Department leads, plans, and manages a region-wide early learning and childcare system that provides families and children with access to a broad range of family-centred, coordinated services.
Children’s Services operates 12 licensed Learn. Play. Care. Centres located in Brampton and Mississauga for up to 846 children, using the HighScope curriculum – a fun, proven approach to learning through hands on experiences.
Learn. Play. Care. Centres provide inclusive, high quality learning and childcare services for children ages 18 months to 5 years. One centre provides evening care for children up to 12 years of age. Another centre provides a specialized infant therapeutic program that supports the development of a healthy attachment between parents and infants. Our centres provide inclusive programming for up to 72 children with special needs.
Child Care Special Needs Access Point Peel (Child Care SNAP – Peel) provides a single point of access to coordinated services supporting inclusion to preschool children with special needs in licensed child care. Parents and professionals seeking support or services can call 905-791-7800, extension 7627.
Children’s Services has contractual relationships with over 140 service providers throughout the Region of Peel, 5 special needs resourcing agencies, 2 family resource centres, and United Way. Through the purchase of service of childcare spaces, Human Services is able to provide childcare fee subsidy for over 4000 children a month.
Community Programs and Workshops:
• Family literacy workshops in 74 school sites 23 community sites across the Region of Peel
• Parenting workshops
• Early Learning Programs in Peel Shelters
• Training and Employment Programs for Single Parents
• Mobile Early Education – Learning in our Neighbourhood (LION)
• Early Literacy Workshops for Professionals, Parents/Caregivers through the Ontario Early Years Centres (OEYC)
• Various other supportive services for service providers
For more information, visit www.peelregion.ca
|Administration Office: Mon-Fri - 8:30am-4:30pm
Learn, Play, Care Child Care Centres: Mon-Fri 7am-6pm
Chinguacousy Child Care Centre: 7am-11:30pm
|MAL0098||Indonesian Canadian Community Association||Indonesian cultural group * maintains Indonesian culture through recreational and social activities * organizes fundraising programs and dinner dances||Add Record|
|BRA0269||Mississauga. Community Services Department||201 City Centre Dr, Suite 900
Mississauga, ON L5B 2T4
|905-615-3200 ext 3071||The department includes five divisions: Planning & Administration * Recreation & Parks * Library Services * Fire & Emergency Services * Facilities & Property Management * direct service provider to the community in the areas of recreation and leisure programs, museums, libraries and fire and emergency services * responsible for the planning, construction, maintenance and operation of parks, boulevards, community centres, arenas, pools, libraries, fire halls and museums||Mon-Fri 8:30 am-4:30 pm||Add Record|
|BRA0271||Mississauga. Community Services Department, Recreation and Parks Division||Mississauga Central Library
301 Burnhamthorpe Rd W, Ground Flr
Mississauga, ON L5B 3Y3
* Menu option 2 for Facility Bookings
* Menu option 3 for Program Information
* Menu option 4 for Accounting Services
|Parks and Recreation Department * offers the following programs: arts * camps * golf * fitness * museums * parties * skating * sports * swimming * volunteering * youth drop-ins * and more * see separate entries for individual community centres||* Mon, Wed, Thur, Fri 8am - 5pm
* Tues 8am - 8pm
* Sat 9am - 1pm
*closed Sat of holiday weekends
|CDR0083||Ontario Camps Association||250 Merton St, Ste 301
Toronto, ON M4S 1B1
|416-485-0425||Provides information about accredited summer camps for children in Ontario.||Mon-Fri 9am-5pm||Add Record|
|CDR0080||Ontario Track 3 Ski Association for the Disabled||61 Advance Rd, Unit 4
Etobicoke, ON M8Z 2S6
|416-233-3872||Offers ski and snowboard instruction to disabled children and youth. Program includes ski equipment and transportation to and from the following ski areas (where possible):
Glen Eden, Milton
Hawks Ski School
Centennial Park, Etobicoke
Earl Bales, North York
GEORGIAN TRIANGLE AREA:
Talisman Ski Resort
Craigleith Ski Club
Alpine Ski Club
Osler Ski Club
Beaver Valley Ski Club
Battawa Ski Club
Mount St Louis-Moonstone
Assist at various location with Board of Education Ski Trips
|Office Hours Mon-Fri 9:30am-4pm||Add Record|
|CDR0185||Parents Without Partners Inc, Mississauga/Brampton Chapter 594||PWP Infoline 905-278-0111||PWP is an international, non-profit, non-sectarian, educational organization devoted to the welfare of single parents and their children; a self-help organization to help single parents help themselves. (This group is NOT a lonely-hearts club; NOT a dating service; nor does it promote single parenting).
PARENT SOCIALS: activities such as card nights; potluck suppers, darts, adult socials, etc
EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITIES: can consist information nights with guest speakers, workshops, discussion nights, or just a fun night of learning to play cards or pool
MONTHLY DANCES: revenue generated is used to cover expenses and subsidies for the children's activities
|MAL0096||The Cross-Cultural Community Services Association, Peel Office||888 Dundas Street E, Unit B6-1
Mississauga, ON L4Y 4G6
|905-615-9500||The Cross-Cultural Community Services Association (TCCSA) assists newcomers to adapt to the Canadian style of living and become the mainstream of the Canadian mosaic
Settlement Services Department - assists new immigrants to know more about the social system of Canada and help them to adapt to the Canadian style of living through our counselling services * services include one to one counselling * information workshops * orientation days for newcomers * settlement fact sheets * computer access * employment orientation * employment preparation program
Counselling services - includes counselling on education * immigration * housing * children's benefit * registration (birth, marriage, etc) * taxation * employment * health care system * citizenship * senior's benefits * social assistance, etc
Education And Language Training Department - helps newcomers become competent in everyday English * enhances Computer English learning * provides knowledge and techniques required for the process of applying for Canadian citizenship and taking the test * ensures the continuity of heritage language for the Chinese youngsters and provides sufficient reading materials in their own native language * services offered include LINC Classes (Level 1 - 5) * free child minding services * English as a Second Language Classes (ESL) - low, intermediate and high level * citizenship preparation classes - beginner, basic and intermediate level
Community And Youth Department - assists newcomers of Chinese origin to adapt to the Canadian style of living * helps participants to strengthen their communication skills and improve their quality of living * services offered include volunteer training * Youth Ambassador Program * women support group * senior support group * interest groups * Children's Day Camp (Spring and Summer) * ELITE - Evergreen Leader-In-Training for Exercise * parent support program * Damayan Filipino Drop-In & Information Centre (sponsored by TCCSA)
|Mon-Fri 9 am-5 pm||Add Record|
|CAL0049||Toronto and Region Conservation Authority, Conservation Parks, Albion Hills Conservation Area||16500 Hwy 50
Caledon, ON L7E 3T2
|Conservation Area 905-880-0227
Campground Reservations 905-880-4855
TRCA Head Office 416-661-6600
TRCA Customer Service and Picnic Reservations 416-667-6295
|This Conservation Area offers the following recreational activities:
1) Cross Country Skiing and Tobogganing - 27 km of groomed, track set cross country trails. Refreshment facilities. Offers trails for beginners, intermediate, expert-level with ski rentals and heated chalet.
2) Camping - Family & group camping. Over 230 campsites most with water and electrical hookups. Nightly, weekly, monthly and seasonal rates.
3) Fishing - angling fee
4) Swimming - The Lakeview Splash water-play facility now open with 4ft deep wading pool with splash pad;
5) Hiking & Bird Watching - 27 km of marked, cut trails;
6) Mountain Biking - 20 km of marked, cut trails.
7) Picnic Area - Picnic tables, large barbecues, and shelters. Group picnic sites can be reserved.
8) Paddle Boat and Canoe Rentals.
9) Banquet Hall and Meeting Room rental - Chalet can be reserved. Can accommodate up to 135 guests. Ideal for weddings, seminars, meetings, workshops.
EVENT Canada Day Celebration with fireworks, 4:00pm-11:00pm.
|Hours vary depending on time of year||Add Record|
|CAL1103||Town of Caledon Parks & Recreation Dept., Caledon Trailway||6311 Old Church Rd
Caledon, ON L7C 1J6
|905-584-2272||The Caledon Trailway runs 35 km from Terra Cotta to Palgrave, following the path of an abandoned rail line that once linked Hamilton with Barrie. The trail crosses major natural features including the Humber and Credit Rivers, the Oak Ridges Moraine and Niagara Escarpment. This is a multi-use trail for walking/jogging, cycling, horseback riding and cross-country skiing. Trail surface is not maintained in winter.
The land was purchased in 1989 by the Town of Caledon, and became the first officially-designated portion of the Trans Canada Trail in 1995. In 1996, Caledon East received Canada's first Trans Canada Trail Pavilion, built in a park that also features a pond, wetland and Caledon's Walk of Fame. Along the trail are other Stationlands Parks at Palgrave, Cheltenham and Inglewood. The sites feature gardens, open areas, and seating.
* motorized vehicles are prohibited
* trail surface is mostly crushed limestone.
* trail width is approx. 8 ft.
* trail from Airport Road to Mountainview Road, including the Trans Canada Trail Pavilion Park, is fully accessible. All other parts of the trail have gates at road crossings, with low sections to allow wheel chairs, strollers, etc. to be lifted over.
* Parking for at least 1 or 2 cars is available at most road crossings.
* Larger parking areas are at McLoughlin Rd in Inglewood, Ken Whillans Resource Mgmt Area at the Hwy 10 pedestrian bridge (free for trail users), Town Hall and Community Complex on Old Church Rd. in Caledon East, and at Gore Road.
Google-based printable maps can be found at www.walkandrollpeel.ca along with info and tips on all forms of active transportation. Print maps are available at tourist information sites, Caledon Town Hall and libraries, and by contacting the Town of Caledon by phone (905-584-2272) or e-mail (email@example.com).
|BRA2402||YMCA of Greater Toronto, Mississauga||325 Burnhamthorpe Rd W
Mississauga, ON L5B 3R2
|905-897-9622; Customer Service 416-928-3362||Physical recreation centre * services include fitness, health and recreation programs * educational and social programs * community and youth substance abuse counselling programs (Peel Youth Substance Abuse Program) * preschool programs * aquatics * camping and outdoor education * international education * employment training (Youth Employment Service) * childcare||*Mon-Fri 5:30am-11pm
*Sat, Sun 7am-8pm
*Stat Holiday 8am-4pm