Historic Walking Tour: Remembering Port Credit's Fallen

Port Credit BIA and Heritage Mississauga invite you to journey back in time to remember those from Port Credit who have served throughout history.

Historic Walking Tour: Remembering Port Credit's Fallen

Port Credit BIA and Heritage Mississauga invite you to journey back in time to remember those from Port Credit who have served throughout history.

Following the Remembrance Day service at the Port Credit Cenotaph (Vimy Park, 29 Stavebank Road) on November 11, 2022, stay on to hear the stories of bravery and sacrifice of the local soldiers and nurses who served from 1812 to the present, and to learn about the loyalty and support of the people who did their part on the home front.

The tour won’t stray too far from the cenotaph area, so you’ll enjoy the stroll through time, even if you’ve been standing for the ceremony.

During the tour, local Historian Richard Collins will reference historic images for participants to follow along with the story via the link provided below:

https://sites.google.com/view/portcreditcenotaph/home

The tour is scheduled to begin at 12:45 p.m. but will commence once the Remembrance Day service has concluded.

Tours are free, we just ask that you tip your tour guide.

REGISTER HERE

If your tour is full, please join the wait list as we may add additional tours based on demand.

We remember and honour the servicemembers who have served, and continue to serve, and the sacrifices they and their families have made throughout history.

#WinterINThePort

03 December 2022

The PCBIA is happy to announce that our #WinterINThePort festivities will begin on December 3, 2022, with our annual tradition of the Lighting of the Lighthouse!

Annual General Meeting 2022

17 November 2022

The Port Credit BIA invites you to join us for our Annual General Meeting being held on November 17, 2022 at 6:00 p.m. at Clarke Hall (161 Lakeshore Rd W, Mississauga).

Historic Walking Tour: Treaties Recognition

12 November 2022

The Credit River is the scenic backbone of Mississauga and is the recreational heart of Port Credit. For Mississauga’s Indigenous people, the Credit River was a part of their daily lives. In 1805, these lands were ceded to the Government. Join us as we journey back in time to understand these treaties and the importance of recognizing their significance.