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Churchill Meadows Library
Our community library is located in the same building as St. Joan of Arc Catholic Secondary School at the corner of Churchill Meadows Blvd. and Thomas St.
Manager Contact: Alex MacCutcheon
905-615-4735 Ext. 2890
For more information, including hours of operation, visit the web site.

Canada Day Together Festival Steering Committee
The CDTF Steering Committee meets monthly to plan and organize the annual Canada Day festival in Ward 10. I am delighted to serve as honourary chair on the committee.
President: David Raakman
Honourary Chair: Sue McFadden

Lisgar Residents Association
The LRA includes Ward 10 residents living north of Britannia Rd, east of Hwy. 407, south of the CNR railway and west of Tenth Line.
Contact Information:
Land address - unknown
Web -

Churchill Meadows Residents Association
The CMRA includes Ward 10 residents living south of Britannia Rd, east of Hwy. 407, north of the Eglinton Ave. and west of Winston Churchill Blvd.
Contact Information:
PO Box 57065 Britanny Glen
Mississauga, ON, L5M 0M5

Eden Food For Change
Executive Director: Bill Crawford
Two locations serving north-west Mississauga
2-3185 Unity Drive or 3051 Battleford Drive

Mississauga-Meadowvale Rotary Club
The Rotary Club meets Fridays at 12 p.m. at Meadowvale Community Centre, 6655 Glen Erin Drive.
President: Narciso Rodrigues
Former President: Sue McFadden

Assaulted Women's Helpline
Stay Safe!

The DAM - Youth Drop-in
Executive Director: Carol Reist
At the Meadowvale Town Centre and in Cooksville

Tema Conter Memorial Trust
The men and women of our emergency and military services see tragic events every day.  They witness human suffering up close and it sometimes becomes very difficult to cope with the aftermath. Through research, education, training, and through the provision of peer and psychological support, we aim to help these men and women when they need it most.