Fred Hussey

The town of Cooksville originally established itself as a crossing point between the larger cities of Kingston, Hamilton, Toronto, Niagara, and London. Its namesake, Jacob Cook, carried mail through this area on horseback before establishing the first hotel and tavern, which many travellers used as a rest stop on journeys further afield. In the 1960s, prior to amalgamation, Cooksville became the industrial and civic centre of Mississauga, and it remains an important transportation hub for residents, connecting the GO Transit bus and rail service with the MiWay Mississauga transit system. This neighbourhood is known as one of the most diverse and welcoming in the city; visible minorities make up more than half of the population in the area. It is also of interest to residents seeking high-rise residences, as it houses the largest concentration of apartments and condominiums in Mississauga.

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