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Rotate image Save Cancel. Page 1 of 2 Jump to page: Areas in Mississauga to avoid. Recently I got a job in Mississauga and things have been going well. So I would like to make the move there Currently I commute from Hamilton which is horrendous. Anyways, my wife and I have a little baby so we would like to avoid shady areas. I'm aware that the cheaper the place is the more likely it will be crap, but what about the safety factor? I was thinking somewhere off of Hurontario since it will be an easier commute to my work.
Possibly an apartment between , I know this is low but I was able to find some off of Dundas-Hurontario, is that a bad area? Also any other recommendations?
A life spent making mistakes is not only more memorable, but more useful than a life spent doing nothing. The area is very diverse. We have a lot of immigrants in that area. I frequent quite often for food and never encountered any problems, anytime of the day. I would go more north on hurontario Thanks guys, yea I figured that area would be a little shady. But if it's only at night then it's not too bad. So long as it's nothing like downtown Hamilton then I'm ok with it.
Downtown Hamilton is worse than that area by far. My old elementary school Floradale is within walking distance, there are good apartments, the hospital is right there, and you're within a short drive of both the QEW and What does 'could of' even mean? Move south into port credit, probably one of the best areas in sauga to live in. Are you renting or buying? I am thinking about your child's education.
I know it may be a little early to worry about schooling. My gf and I bought a place about 2 years ago. Our kids will be ready for school in September Now the gf is always bugging me about moving to a neighborhood with good schools so they will be expose to a better schooling environment.