Mississaugaball is a cityball in Ontario-icon Ontarioball, just to the west of Torontoball. It is the sixth-largest cityball in Canadaball.


Mississaugaball was born as a 3-icon 3ball. Later traders from France-icon Franceball and England-icon Englandball arrived on her clay in the 1600s, and in 1805, Yorkball (present-day Torontoball) adopted her and changed her name to Toronto Townshipball.

Modern-day Mississaugaball was created in 1974 by bringing together several independent villageballs (Maltonball, Port Creditball, Clarksonball and Streetsvilleball). On November 11, 1979, a freight train derailed spilling dangerous chemicals on her clay and forcing the evacuation of over 250,000 residents, proving Mississaugaball's bravery and courage. It was the largest peacetime evacuation in history until 2005 when Hurricane Katrina struck Louisianaball.

Mississaugaball is the home of Toronto Pearson International Airport, Canadaball's busiest airport. She also boasts several major shopping malls, an efficient mass transit system (MiWay) and the head offices of many businesses in Canadaball. She has her own major junior hockey team, the Mississauga Steelheads (she gave away her old team, the IceDogs, to Niagara Fallsball). The Raptors 905 basketball team also calls Mississaugaball home, they won the 2017 NBA D-League championship.


  • Torontoball: Next-door neighbor. Our transit systems and highways let us see each other whenever we want.
  • Bramptonball: Neighbor to the north. We became cityballs at the same time, so we're like brother and sister.
  • Miltonball: Another good friend and neighbor
  • Oakvilleball: Best friend and neighbor.
  • Kariyaball: Sister city in Japanball. I have a Japanese garden and park in the city center in its honor.

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