Mississauga - Port Credit Real Estate
Port Credit's boundaries are the Canadian National Railway to the north, Seneca Avenue and the western edge of the Adamson Estate (Royal Conservatory School, Misissauga site) to the east and Godfrey's Lane and the townhouse complex located on the west side of Shawnmarr Road to the west.
Life in Port Credit has always focused on community. One enduring example is Port Credit Arena built by community activists. The Port Credit arena was constructed between September 10, 1958 and the official opening on October 4, 1959. Built for $360,000, it is the second covered arena in the current city of Mississauga, the first public arena built, and is the oldest surviving arena in the city. The Arena has been home to countless sporting and social events, a well loved landmark and symbol of community spirit. It is the home of the Port Credit Storm hockey teams.
Port Credit Marina Mississauga
Another example of the community spirit is the replica of Port Credit's lighthouse. Built by the Lions Club of Credit Valley atop a sewage pumping station, it now acts a symbol of Port Credit, is the home of the local BIA and Tourist Bureau and the logo for many local organizations.
Mississauga Port Credit History
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