Innovation | My Lakeview Village

APPROX. 45 ACRES OF NEW PARK LAND

AT THE CENTRE OF INNOVATION


  • 20 min ride to/from Toronto Pearson International by car
  • 20 min to/from Downtown Toronto by train
  • 10-15 min to/from Port Credit GO Station by bicycle
  • 5-10 min to/from Long Branch GO Station by bicycle

Strategically located in close proximity to Pearson International Airport and an advancing transit and mobility network, the Innovation District will attract leading tech and multinational companies to drive investment and economic growth for the City and the Region.

This is set to become the largest hub for innovation and research in Canada. Built within a vibrant mixed-use community, this 20+ acre district will be a centre for cross-sector business innovation, paving the way for creative problem solving in climate change, energy resilience, the advancement in medical technologies and the preservation of our Great Lakes.

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PILLARS OF INNOVATION
Where people and businesses come to thrive

This is the future of the workplace: connected to nature and the waterfront, housing options for people to live where they work, and coffee shops and restaurants for post-work meet-ups. All of this, easily accessible by transit. This compact employment zone will draw innovative companies to invest in the economic resilience of our City and Region, advance sustainable solutions for some of our greatest civic challenges, and support the protection of the waters that can be seen from their future office window.

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Our future is dependent on the creation of economic, social, and environmental resilience. Hosted by Lakeview Community Partners Limited, this workshop gathered Mississauga change-markers and leaders in sustainability to discuss innovative city building strategies to solving civic challenges, improving quality of life, and driving economic growth.

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