Charity Garage Sale

A local Churchill Meadows resident will be hosting a charity garage sale and all proceeds will be donated to the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society of Canada.

Here’s her story,

Late last year my cousin, who was only 25 years old at the time, was diagnosed with Lymphoma.  She underwent many rounds of chemotherapy, and thankfully the prognosis at this time is extremely positive.  She had youth and strength on her side.

My family wanted to do something to support the organizations that have helped support her during her ordeal, and where the donations could be used to help others.

My young sons (ages 12 and 9) came up with the idea of a fundraiser where we could donate 100% of money raised to the LLSC.  When I thought of the idea of a garage sale, they not only helped to look for items in our house that we could donate, but have willingly given up many of their own items.  We then reached out to our friends and family to also provide items and help on the date of the event, and we have had great response as well.

In addition, my cousin is also participating in the “Night the Light” Walk hosted by LLSC, and she has requested that a portion of the proceeds raised could be used to reach her fundraising goal.

Kristina Luzar

It’s a heartwarming story, let’s come together as a community and support a worthy cause.

Charity Garage Sale – Board Games, Kids Toys, Household Items, Books, Kids clothing, Craft Supplies
Location: 5691 Passion Flower Blvd
Date: Saturday July 21st, 2018
Time: 8 AM

Movie Night 2018

Join us on July 21st for our Third Annual Outdoor Movie Night!

This year we will be screening the movie Jumanji. Watch the trailer below.

Event Details:

  • Date: Saturday July 21 st , 2018 (Rain Date: July 28 th)
  • Time: 7 pm (Movie begins at 9 pm)
  • Activities to Participate in:
    • Face panting/Henna – Start Time 7 pm
    • Upwards Sports Gaming Obstacle – Start Time 7 pm
    • Dress Up Contest – see details below – Start Time 8:30 pm
  • Location: Churchill Meadows Community Commons (3370 McDowell Drive)
  • Cost: Free!

This event will be photographed; photos and videos will be published on this website and social media.

What to Bring?

  • A blanket or camp chairs for a place to sit
  • Bug spray
  • Snacks
  • Food vendors will be present and will charge cash for food items

Jumanji 2 – Trailer

Costume Contest, We’re Doing It Again! Children of all ages are invited to dress up.

A prize will be awarded for the best costume.

Costume Contest Rules

  1. This contest will be held on July 21, 2018 at approximately 8:30 pm. In the event of rain, the contest will be held on July 28, 2018 at the same time.
  2. This contest is open to children and the young at heart. There is no age limit.
  3. No purchase is required to enter the contest.
  4. CMRA board members and their immediate family are excluded from entering this contest.
  5. Participants may dress as a character from the Jumanji movie or as a character from any other movie.
  6. The criteria for choosing the best costume will be based on effort, creativity and originality.
  7. The selection of the best costume will be entirely at the discretion of the Judge. The Judge’s decision will be final and no appeals will be considered.
  8. Contestants will be called to come to the area in front of the screen at approximately 8:30pm. If no contestant comes forward at that time wearing a suitable costume, the CMRA reserves the right not to select a winner.
  9. By entering this contest, you are giving permission for yourself or your child to be photographed or videotaped. Images may be shared in print or on the internet for news or promotional purposes.

The CMRA would like to thank our event sponsors. Their generosity makes it possible for us to host free events for the Churchill Meadows community.










Check out last year’s Outdoor Movie Night Beauty and the Beast

Candidate’s Debate Night

The number of electoral districts in Ontario has been increased to 124 from 107 for the upcoming provincial election, including an additional riding in Mississauga.

Changes were made to offer growing communities like Mississauga better representation and match the federal electoral riding map, which is changed every 10 years after the census is conducted to reflect population shifts and growth.

When the election is over, Mississauga will have an additional representatives in the legislature at Queen’s Park.

Ridings in Mississauga for the June 7 provincial election are:

  1. Mississauga Centre
  2. Mississauga East-Cooksville
  3. Mississauga-Erin Mills
  4. Mississauga-Lakeshore
  5. Mississauga-Malton and
  6. Mississauga-Streetsville

The candidates representing the Mississauga-Erin Mills riding are:

Libby Yuill – GPO Nominee

Born and raised in Medicine Hat, AB. but I have lived in Ontario since 1992.  First London, ON for 10 years and Mississauga for 16 years.  My full name is Margery Elizabeth Yuill but I have been called Libby since I was an infant.

I am married to John-Paul Moczulski (25 years), a freelance photojournalist, and we have 3 children – Warner (24), Anais (20), and Ryker (13).  I owned and operated a financial services firm for seven years during the 1990s, raised my children throughout the 2000s while working part-time in a variety of areas, and currently I teach self-defense and Karate as well as doing contract work occasionally.

I have spent time reading, studying, and understanding the value of sustainable development, deep ecology, and the triple bottom line economy of people, planet, and profit.  My desire to run as a candidate for the Green Party of Ontario is founded on the belief that innovative ideas, a committed understanding to the greater good, and a determined will to ensure the best path is chosen to meet the challenges we face today for a sustainable, resilient future tomorrow.

Imran Mian – Liberal Candidate

Imran Mian is currently Vice-President, Sales of mobileLIVE Inc, an award-winning GTA technology company. He has held a variety of other managerial roles over a twenty-year career in business and technology, including with companies such as Bell Canada, the Info-Tech Research Group and Samsung Canada. He earned his Bachelor of Business Administration at York University. A dedicated community volunteer, he is former member of the campaign committee for the United Way of Peel Region and served as the founding co-chair of the United Way of Peel Region’s South Asian Advisory Council. Imran also served on the board of Family Services of Peel.

Imran has lived in Mississauga for the past 28 years.

Sheref Sabawy – PC Candidate

After 15 years of Liberal mismanagement, our community and our province needs change. As a computer network and IT professional, small business owner, and educator, I understand the challenges our community faces. A long-time resident of Mississauga, I care deeply about our community, which is why I am proud to be the Progressive Conservative candidate for Mississauga-Erin Mills.

I will be a champion for our community at Queen’s Park and will work alongside our Leader, Doug Ford, to: • clean up the hydro mess • put money back into your pockets • restore responsibility, accountability and trust in government • bring jobs back to Ontario • and end hallway health care.

On June 7th, I hope to count on your vote.

NDP  – The NDP Party does not currently have a candidate for this riding

Come out on May 14th, 2018 and see the candidates first hand, what their policies are and decide who you want to vote for.

Start Time: 7 pm

Location: Stephen Lewis Secondary School – 3675 Thomas Street, Mississauga

Admission: Free

CMRA Annual General Meeting (AGM) on April 23, 2018

The CMRA Annual General Meeting 2018

Date: Monday, April 23rd, 2018

Location: VIVA Retirement Centre, 5575 Bonnie Street, Mississauga, Ont. L5M 0N8

Time: 7pm to 9pm; Doors open at 6:30pm for member registration

On the Agenda:

  • A look back at 2017/2018 and all that we have accomplished
  • What we have planned for next year
  • Elect a new board of directors
  • Vote on proposed constitutional amendments  
  • Meet and network with neighbours and community members

CMRA Membership

Membership has its privileges! CMRA Members can:
  • Serve on the Board of Directors
  • Serve on committees
  • Ask to view financial records and meeting minutes
  • Vote

Eligibility: Anyone who lives within the Churchill Meadows boundaries, is at least 16 years of age and is not an elected public official (or on the immediate staff of an elected public official) can become an CMRA member.

As of April 2017, memberships must be renewed annually. A $10.00 non-refundable fee is due at the time of renewal. There will be an opportunity for residents to sign up or renew memberships during the AGM. Please Note: a valid 2018/2019 CMRA Membership will be required to vote at the AGM.

For more information on the AGM or CMRA Memberships please contact us.

Board of Directors

A new Board will be elected at the AGM. If you would like to serve on the Board of Directors, please contact us to receive more information. While nominations will be accepted from the floor, it is advisable to contact us and receive a nomination form ahead of time.

Proposed Constitutional Amendments

The CMRA Board of Directors has proposed two constitutional amendments. The membership will be asked to vote on these amendments at the AGM on April 23rd, 2018. Click here for more details.

Christmas Decoration Contest 2017

We want our neighbourhood to shine. Therefore we are holding a contest for all those who decorate their homes this holiday season. First prize will be a $100 gift card. Simply submit a short video (maximum 10 seconds in length) or 3 pictures of the front of your house all decorated to and be sure to include your name and address with your submission.

Do so by Sunday, December 17th* and you will be entered into a contest where your neighbours can vote for their favourite house. Voting details will be on our Facebook Page from December 19th until December 23rd*. The winners will be announced on Christmas Eve!

 *Dates are subject to change.



Neighbourhood Christmas Party

By: Graeme Melvin

For the 4th year in a row, The Meadows Church is bringing the neighbourhood together to celebrate and give back. They will be hosting the Neighbourhood Christmas Party and Fresh Food Drive on Saturday, December 16th from 7:00 PM until 9:00 PM. As the Churchill Meadows Residents Association, we are committed to supporting community events such as this and are happy to be present at the party contributing to the festivities again this year.

Each year, we have seen our diverse community come together to play games, listen to live music, eat desserts and build new relationships with neighbours. On top of having a great time, this evening also serves as a way to benefit the greater community.

Tickets to the party are free, but everyone is encouraged to donate towards Eden Food for Change. Please bring FRESH FOOD that has a further expiry date such as cheese, yogurt and butter or give towards a CHRISTMAS WISHLIST. The wishlist is a simple way of making your monetary donations go a long way. Check off where you would like your donation to be used. It can provide food items that are needed but rarely donated or for presents for families who cannot afford to give their children gifts this holiday season. However you contribute, we know you will enjoy your evening and make someone else’s day.

Join us at Stephen Lewis Secondary School (3675 Thomas St., Mississauga, ON) in the main auditorium on Saturday, December 16th from 7:00-9:00PM. The evening is free, but tickets are required so that your place at the party will be reserved for you!

You can find more details and reserve your ticket at

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