Thursday, 6 May 2021

All Peel residents 18+ can book COVID-19 vaccine appointments beginning May 6


As of Thursday, May 6, at 8 a.m., all 11 mass vaccine clinics in Peel Region will accept bookings for individuals who live in Peel and are 18 years of age and older at the time of vaccination.

This expansion opens eligibility for 50,000 residents who do not live in hotspots and have not yet had the opportunity to be vaccinated and makes all Peel residents who are 18 years or older, eligible for vaccination.

As one of the hardest hit communities in the province, this announcement extends the vital protection provided by vaccination to all adult Peel residents.

How to Book

NEW: Residents 18-49 – non-hotspot

Residents of Peel who are aged 18-49 but do not live in a provincially-identified hotspot postal code must book an appointment online using the Region of Peel’s booking system. If you need help booking, call the Region of Peel COVID-19 Vaccination Line at 905-791-5202, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., 7 days a week.

The postal codes for this booking system are as follows:

  • L4V, L4Y
  • L5E, L5G, L5H, L5J
  • L7E, L7K

Residents 18+ - hotspot

As announced on Monday by the province, Peel residents 18+ and that live in provincially-identified hotspot postal codes should continue to use Ontario’s vaccine booking system or call the Provincial Vaccine Booking Line at 1-833-943-3900 (TTY 1-866-797-0007).

The provincial hotspot postal codes are as follows:

  • L4T, L4W, L4X, L4Z
  • L5A, L5B, L5C, L5K, L5L, L5M, L5N, L5R, L5V, L5W
  • L6P, L6R, L6S, L6T, L6V, L6W, L6X, L6Y, L6Z
  • L7A, L7C

All residents 50+

All residents who are 50+ can use Ontario’s booking system, regardless of postal code.

Given the interest and demand to book appointments at our clinics, residents are encouraged to book as soon as possible. We ask for patience in booking as given the scale of this effort, there may be wait times to access the website or call centres. Appointments may only be available on a timeline beyond the next few days as we work to provide this protection to all of our residents. In almost all cases, the fastest way to book an appointment is online, which provides real-time availability. Appointments for all Peel postal codes can also be booked at hospital run clinics in Peel.

Adults 65 years or older and people of any age who have transportation barriers can use TransHelp, free of charge, to get to their vaccine appointment. You don't need to be a TransHelp client to use this service. Call 905-791-1015 at least 48 hours before your appointment to make your booking.

Homebound residents who live in Peel and cannot physically leave their home to receive the vaccine due to medical, social, or other cognitive reasons can complete this form and they will be contacted to book an in-home appointment.


Thursday, 1 April 2021

Vaccination Update - 65 years and older

 The following is a message from the City of Mississauga:


Effective today, Peel residents aged 65 years and older are eligible to book vaccine appointments at hospital vaccination clinics in Peel.  When the provincial booking system is ready, Public Health Vaccination Clinics will also accept this group for vaccination.  Public Health Clinics will continue to focus on vaccinating eligible groups, including residents aged 70 years and older.  


Access to booking systems for both Public Health Vaccination Clinics and hospital clinics is available on the Region of Peel website. The Region of Peel Vaccine Line can also assist residents who have questions or challenges related to getting vaccinated - Region of Peel COVID-19 Vaccination Line at 905-791-5202 (open 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m., 7 days a week).  Seniors who have challenges getting to and from the vaccine clinic can use TransHelp. Call 905-791-1015 at least 48 hours before your appointment to make your booking. You don't need to be a TransHelp client to use this service.


Please see here for the Peel media release:


Friday, 3 April 2020

COVID-19: A great website for families and health care providers

The spread of COVID-19 over the past few weeks have taken us into uncharted territory. We haven’t faced a pandemic in our living memory, which is what makes the current situation all the more alarming.
It has become clear that
  1. the virus spreads far more insidiously than we expect, and
  2. among the cases that are severe, and lead to fatalities, families have no time to say goodbye or plan for anything once a loved one becomes serious
MIRANET has shared the following advice from a current paramedic, on dealing with the local impact of COVID-19.
1. Community members will be essential as caregivers for those infected that remain at home. Hospitals are quickly reaching capacity in Ontario.
A basic understanding of infection control will help prepare our neighbours as they become caregivers.
Dr. Lawrence Loh, Interim Medical Officer of Health at Peel Public Health indicated that masks and eye protection are required for any home caregivers. These can be made by using double layer T-shirts.
Bleach is the best cleaner: 1 part Bleach, 9 parts water in small quantities. Diluted bleach has a shelf life of a few days.
2. As patients become seriously sick, they will rapidly need to be intubated and ventilated. Visitors are not allowed in the hospital.
Staff will be to busy to connect those seriously ill patients with their family members for the final conversations regarding care plans and saying goodbye.
Advance care planning – the difficult conversations – need to happen now.

We hope you find the above useful. We urge everyone to stay home, practice hand-washing, and physical distancing. Stay safe everyone. We will get through this!

Thursday, 19 September 2019

South West Mississauga Ratepayers Association hold federal election debate on 10 October

On October 10th 2019 the ratepayer groups of Southwest Mississauga (SWMRA) are once again putting on a debate for the upcoming Federal election which is scheduled to be held on October 21st, 2019.
You will have the opportunity to hear the candidates thoughts on how they will improve our Country and our way of life. Use your voice and your vote to make positive changes Federally. Many of you have attended our debates in the past know that they are spirited and the information provided helps us all make a more informed decision on who we want to lead our country into the future.
Get out and Vote! 

Thursday, 13 June 2019

Family BBQ on June 22

Residents’ Association of Clarkson invite you to a Family BBQ

Saturday, June 22, 2019
Bradley Museum (1620 Orr Road)

Time: 4:30pm to dusk

See you there!

Sunday, 12 May 2019

MWRRA Spring 2019 Newsletter

The MeadowWood Rattray Residents Association-Spring 2019 Newsletter

President’s Message

Greetings to everyone in the MWRRA neighbourhood!

2019 has become the year of transformation or change. Changes that will be impact us as Residents of Clarkson, Mississauga, the Region of Peel, and as citizens of the Province of Ontario.

There will be many development pressures coming in the months and years ahead. The Clarkson Transit Area (TSA) Study has asked for community feedback to help create a vision for the future of this area. This will be an area of intense development. Along with the other developments along the Lakeshore there will be more than 60,000 people/cars moving into the Lakeshore corridor from Southdown Rd. through Lakeview. 

The government of Ontario has decided to review Regional Governance across Ontario. This review has been rushed, conducted without any unbiased research/studies and the government plans to make the decision that will impact all of us for decades to come in a 2 month time frame. Shouldn’t the residents of Peel ultimately be the ones to decide the fate of their region? Mississauga Council is pushing for secession based on a rushed Report and limited research. The Region’s Deloitte report and the City’s Corporate Report are contradictory. As a Resident it is very difficult to make a decision for Secession, Amalgamation or Status Quo based on the data currently available. Go to our website for more information –

Sue Shanly, President MWRRA

MWRRA-Annual General Meeting
Green Glade School – Wed May 15th
Doors open at 6:45pm.
AGM starts at 7:10pm.

Highlights for discussion:
 Local development updates, many changes are coming to Clarkson area
 Regional Governance Review – Amalgamation, Secession or Status Quo?
 Concerns: Section 37, LPAT, PDC meetings, Traffic, Pollution & Conservation
 Our local elected officials will be there to answer questions.
*Come out and hear what’s happening in your Neighbourhood! Do you have concerns about the neighbourhood? Let us know and we will address the top questions/concerns at the AGM. Email your issues to Sue Shanly at by May 15th.

MWRRA Annual Picnic
Tentative date is Sat, June 22nd at the Bradley Museum 4:30 - 9:30pm
 Meet your Clarkson neighbours!
 Enjoy food and refreshments!
 Listen to live music featuring local guitarist Rob Tardik!
 Games for kids of all ages!

We are looking for volunteers for the Picnic. We can’t hold a picnic without volunteers! High school volunteer hours can be earned as well!
Call Sue Shanly - 905-822 2409 or to volunteer.

Join the MWRRA!
Buy a one year ($10) or two year membership ($20)
Show your support and lend strength to our association. Membership fees are our only source of revenue and are used to offset the costs of the annual meeting, newsletters, annual picnic etc. A cash reserve is maintained to cover legal costs if required to protect our residential interests. For example, going to the OMB!

How to buy a membership:
Deliver or mail your membership fee, with your name, address, phone number and email address to our Treasurer, Don Harrington or to any Director/Street Captain close to you!

MWRRA Directors and Street Captains

Vivienne Brash (Street Captain)
1298 Watersedge Rd.

John Campana (Street Captain)
1348 Watersedge Rd.

Tamara Chipperfield (Director)
1830 Pattinson Cres

Trity & Steve Dow (Street Captains)
1741 Valentine Gdn.

Don Harrington (Treasurer)
824 Daley Ct.

Ed Martell (Director)
926 Halsham Court

Liz Murray (Street Captain)
925 Clarkson Rd. S

John Pegram (Past President)
434 Apple Lane

Sue Shanly (President)
978 Fletcher Valley Cr.

Marj Rubinsztajn (Street Captain)
1705 Sunningdale Bend

Anne Smyth (Street Captain)
579 Old Poplar Row

Rob Sylvester (Director)
936 Halsham Court

Larry Tasker (Director)
894 Baltimore Ave.

Robin Walker (Director)
1552 Stonehaven Dr.