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Cavendish Apartments
3125 Queen Frederica Drive, Mississauga, Ontario
L4Y 3A6

The 11-storey senior and family-friendly Cavendish Apartments is ideally located near Dundas Street and Dixie Road in Mississauga. Ideally situated near numerous amenities and transportation options, the backyard path leads to the stunning Applewood Trail.

3125 Queen Frederica Drive, Mississauga, Ontario
L4Y 3A6

About Mississauga

Mississauga, located in the western part of the Greater Toronto Area, offers great economic, ethnic and religious diversity in a true melting pot of cultures. Mississauga was the winner of of ‘mid-sized city of the future’ by fDi Magazine for strong economic performance (May 2019).  With over 721,000 people, according to the Canada 2016 Census, it has grown tremendously in the recent past and benefits by having a wide array of facilities and amenities, including 13 kilometers of shoreline on Lake Ontario, but also by being so close to Toronto.

Mississauga’s downtown includes a civic square which features a permanent stage, ice rink, media screens, and a restaurant. Mississauga hosts many different cultural festivals each year to celebrate the diverse population.  Mississauga’s website (www.mississauga.ca) highlights more than 495 parks and woodlands. Some parks provide a serene and tranquil setting while others boast a variety of active recreational facilities.

Mississauga is served by the Peel District School Board, which operates the secular Anglophone public schools, the Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board, which operates Catholic Anglophone public schools, the Conseil scolaire Viamonde, which operates secular Francophone schools, and the Conseil scolaire de district catholique Centre-Sud, which operates Catholic Francophone schools. Together there are more than 150 schools inMississauga to fulfill the needs of the large youth population.

College aged students can choose from The University of Toronto which maintains a major sub-campus in the city, or Sheridan College.  Public transit is provided by the municipal government and the city benefits from four GO train stations.Mississauga is only a short distance from Pearson international airport and Highways 401, 410, 403 and the QEW connect the city to the rest of the GTA and southern Ontario.