Erin Mills is 480 kilometres from Parliament Hill, a drive of about 4.5 hours
MiWay Transit, Oakville Transit, and GO Transit serve riders. Majors roads include highways 403 and 407.
Hewick Meadows Park and the Culham Trail offer a lookout for the fall migration of various trout and salmon species along the Credit River.
The riding contains several parks, including Forest Hill Park, Sawmill Creek Park, Erin Woods Park and Erin Mills Athletic Fields.
About 55% of the riding’s population are immigrants, with some of the largest populations born in Pakistan, India, and China.
Urdu, Arabic, and Mandarin are the most common non-official mother tongues in the riding.
Less than 1% of the riding’s population identify as Aboriginal.
Average individual income is $46,818.
The Blackwood Gallery and Crescent Hill Gallery both showcase local and international art.
The Glenerin Inn, located near Sawmill Creek, is a paranormal tourist hotspot, with many ghost sightings reported. That includes a man tending the great hall’s fireplace.
Erin Mills Town Centre served as shooting locations for the films Dirty Work (1998), Hedwig and the Angry Inch (2001) and Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen (2004).
An elephant named Tootsie is allegedly buried at Brookemede Park. Her death, which also took the lives of 70 other animals during a 1943 fire at Miles Park Farm, prompted a funeral attended by local children.
Top industrial sectors are retail trade, but professional, scientific and technical services and manufacturing are also significant.
The average family income is $113,030.
Honeywell Corp., a “Fortune 100” company, is the largest area employer.
The City of Mississauga's One Million Trees is a program with a goal of planting one million trees over 20 years. Since 2012, over 200,000 have been planted.
The land that Erin Mills sits on today was once owned by the Canadian Equity and Development Co., before the company was purchased by a joint venture between separate companies at the time, Cadillac and Fairview, in 1968. The planned town expanded with shopping centres, built by Fairview, and housing, built by Cadillac. The two companies merged shortly after, forming Cadillac Fairview.