The province has entered Step Three of Ontario's Roadmap to Reopening. In coordination with the province, SHIP has entered Step Three of its Reopening Plan.

Mississauga, ON (April 14, 2021) – Services and Housing In the Province (SHIP) has been awarded as the Lead Agency to manage and operate the future Malton Community Hub. The City of Mississauga will be converting the former Lincoln M. Alexander Secondary School pool in Malton into a Community Hub that provides services and programs that reflect the local community needs.

Public engagement

The City of Mississauga wants to hear from you!

Provide your feedback on the design of the Hub and program opportunities, by completing a short survey (1-2 minutes).

Also, join a virtual information session hosted by SHIP:

  • Virtual sessions will be hosted on Microsoft Teams
  • Join the live event session by clicking on the applicable link below.
  • Panel from SHIP and the City of Mississauga
  • Q&A via session chat


Session 1: Youth and students


Session 2: Community stakeholders and partners


Session 3: Residents

Project Documents


This project is supported by the Peel District School Board and the Region of Peel. The Region of Peel will provide a capital grant to the project and inform the hub development through integrated service development standards. The Peel District School Board will further inform the development, construction planning and programming to ensure it complements the needs of its secondary students.

The Lincoln M. Alexander Secondary School pool is located at 3545 Morningstar Drive. The facility is currently 12,000 square feet with the capacity to expand to up to approximately 21,000 square feet. Some of the amenities the facility could potentially accommodate are meeting rooms, offices, programs, events and multi-functional open spaces for social gatherings.

For questions or more information on the Malton Hub Project, please email Lesley.Nagoda@shipshey.ca or call 905-795-8742, ext 2330.

  • Posted On
    April 14, 2021
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