Mississauga, Ontario



MBA womens symposium
Meadowvale Business Association invites you to join us  for the All Candidates Mayoral Debate on May 3rd 2024. We welcome Roger Peterson who will be the moderator for the evening. 
The public would like the opportunity to know more about their platforms. As Mississauga celebrates 50 years and grows, this event is essential for allowing open communication and amplifying community voices.

The greater Meadowvale area is represented by a vast business portfolio, including both large corporate and small business. Our previous councillors Pat Saito and George Carlson envisioned a Business Association in this large geographical area.

Thus, Mississauga Business Association will build, connect and grow. Our board of directors and current councillors, Brad Butt and Martin Reid work collectively to continue in and the surrounding area.

We invite you and your supporters to attend Rama Gaming House, a familiar entertainment spot where over 70 charities and nonprofits belong and share in support as they serve their communities in Mississauga and Peel.
Debate to commence at 7pm.
Registration begins @ 6:30pm.

Date: May 3rd 2024
Location: 2295 Battleford Rd, Mississauga, Ontario
Admission: Free
RSVP: May 1st
Attendees must be 18+

Confirmation and questions can be sent by email:

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MBA womens symposium
ashley greco

Keynote Speaker: Ashley Greco

Ashley Greco is a seasoned radio broadcaster with nearly two decades of experience. She can be heard middays on CHUM 104.5 in Toronto and reaching audiences across Canada with her syndicated midday show on 11 MOVE Radio stations. She’s also a prolific voiceover artist, lending her voice to thousands of TV and radio commercials.

Ashley can also been seen sharing her lifestyle expertise on CTV’s “The Good Stuff.” With a captivating on-air presence, she shares insightful tips and engaging content that resonates with audiences, making her a trusted voice in both radio and television.

Beyond her accomplishments in broadcasting, Ashley runs voiceover workshops, empowering others to find their voice in the industry. Her commitment to fostering talent underscores her dedication to the next generation of voices.

February 25, 2024 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Black History Month at MBA

Join us for an unforgettable celebration of Black History Month hosted by the Meadowvale Business Association at Rama Gaming House in Mississauga. Immerse yourself in an evening of vibrant music performed by two of Canada’s most distinguished artists, Jackie Richardson and Joe Sealy.

Date: February 25th
Time: 7PM – 10PM

About the Artists:

Jackie Richardson:
An esteemed actress and a leading voice in gospel, blues, and jazz, Jackie Richardson’s career has been nothing short of remarkable. With performances spanning concerts, radio, television, and recordings, she has captivated audiences not only in Canada but also across the globe. Her numerous accolades include NAACP, Juno, Betty, Dora, Jesse, Gemini, TBS, and Canadian Equity Association Lifetime Achievement Awards and Nominations. Recognized for her pivotal role in shaping Toronto, Jackie was celebrated by the Toronto Star during the city’s 180th birthday. Notable highlights from her career include participation in various projects such as The Stephen Lewis Foundation’s “South Africa Grandmothers Gathering in Durbin,” “The Nina Simone Project,” and collaborations with renowned musical ensembles like The Orpheus Choir/Hanniford Brass Band and The Art of Time Ensemble.

Joe Sealy:
With a career spanning over five decades, Joe Sealy has distinguished himself as a versatile artist excelling in music, acting, composition, and recording. His tours, including notable stints with Blood, Sweat and Tears, and performances at prestigious venues like the Canadian Embassy in Washington, D.C., showcase his immense talent and versatility. Joe’s contributions to the music industry have earned him significant recognition, including four Juno nominations and a Juno Award for his CD, Africville Suite. He has also been honored with the Dora Mavor Moore Award for music direction and received a Gemini Award nomination for his musical score in the documentary film The Road Taken.