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Absolute World- 56 and 50 floors

Parkside Village Proposal- Two 50 story towers, and another 45 are the three taller ones

One Park Tower- 38 floors, and u/c

Solstice- 37 floors, and u/c

Absolute Vision- 35 floors, u/c

Grand Ovation- 34 floors, and u/c

Citygate- 34 floors, Completed

Eden Park 1-33 floors, recently completed

WideSuites- 33 floors, sales

Eve- 32 floors, sales

Ultra Ovation- 32 floors, sales

Ovation 1&2- 31 floors, completed

Absolute 1&2- 27 & 31 floors- u/c

Capital- 31 floors, recently completed

Universal Condominiums- 22 floors, u/c

Tuscany Gates- 20 floors, u/c

North Shore- 20 floors, sales

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Marcanadian said:
Aside from the obvious (Absolute World) Ultra Ovation is my favourite upcoming Mississauga building.
It would be better if it were taller, that way you could see it when standing in front of Ovation and Grand Ovation.
There's a picture of the Onyx in the Mississauga News today
Ill have to check that out!
Some other news...

Smart transit cards coming next year

Gerry Timbers
Oct 13, 2006

An public transit fare card that would allow commuters to tanfer from a Mississauga Transit to a GO train and then to the subway is a little closer to becoming reality.
Yesterday, Ontario Minister of Transportation Donna Cansfield announced she has signed a 10-year, $250-million, 10-year contract with a management consortium to implement and install a "smart card" system.

The cards will be scanned electronically as passengers board a bus or train and fares will be deducted accordingly.

The Globe and Mail reports that the new smart cards will be up and running by mid-2007 at the Meadowvale and Cooksville GO Transit stations and on four Mississauga bus routes.

The system wil be fully implemented on GO Transit and the other GTA transit systems by 2010.

Meanwhile, Cansfield also nameds Mississauga's Peter Smith, the current GO Transit chairman, to co-chair the new Greater Toronto Transportation Authority, which will oversee the new smart-card system.

Outgoing Burlington Mayor Rob MacIsaac is the other co-chair.
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lol tuscani that doesn't have much to do with this thread :p

I thought this was the other thread... I got confused when I didnt see this post in there.
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