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CreativeHub 1352's Story

The Small Arms Inspection Building is a compelling, light-filled WWII heritage building with an essential connection to parkland, conservation lands, the waterfront, trails, and neighbourhood.

This historical and cultural landmark was saved from intended demolition through the efforts of CreativeHub 1352, a non-profit, charitable, community-driven organization. As a result, the City of Mississauga designated the property under the Ontario Heritage Act in 2009, who then acquired and began the restoration of the building in the spring of 2017. The Small Arms Inspection Building is owned and operated by the City of Mississauga.

CreativeHub 1352, previously Small Arms Society, is a charitable non-profit organization which exists for the advancement of Mississauga’s community cultural development through the arts, heritage, and environmental sciences. 

 

Working with community partners, CreativeHub 1352 fosters year-round creative multidisciplinary programming for the benefit of the Mississauga community. Through collaboration with the City of Mississauga, we are a key stakeholder in the reuse and programming of the Small Arms Inspection Building as a creative hub.

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What's Happening
Catch up on everything happening with CreativeHub 1352 by reading our monthly newsletter.
Our May Newsletter

Catch up on everything happening with CreativeHub 1352 by reading our monthly newsletter.


Immerse yourself in the vibrant world of creativity at the 2024 Summer Arts Mississauga program! Designed for Mississauga's youth, adults, and seniors, this unique summer program offers an enriching educational experience steeped in art, culture, and heritage.
Summer Arts Mississauga


Immerse yourself in the vibrant world of creativity at the 2024 Summer Arts Mississauga program! Designed for Mississauga's youth, adults, and seniors, this unique summer program offers an enriching educational experience steeped in art, culture, and heritage.

The next season of the Lakeview Farmers' and Artisan Market isn't that far away. You'll see us again beginning May 26!
Lakeview Farmers' & Artisan Market

The next season of the Lakeview Farmers' and Artisan Market isn't that far away. You'll see us again beginning May 26!

Whether it be volunteering, applying for a position on our staff or board, donating, or sponsoring events, getting involved with CreatievHub 1352 is a great way to be involved in Mississauga's arts, heritage, and environmental sciences.
Get Involved

Whether it be volunteering, applying for a position on our staff or board, donating, or sponsoring events, getting involved with CreatievHub 1352 is a great way to be involved in Mississauga's arts, heritage, and environmental sciences.

Photo by Bill Soper

CreativeHub 1352 wishes to acknowledge and honour the land upon which the Small Arms Inspection Building is situated as the historical and traditional territory of First Nation peoples. We recognize and thank the Anishinabek (Ojibway), Huron-Wendat, Haudenosaunee (Iroquois) Métis and Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation for their stewardship of these lands over millennia and are grateful to have the opportunity to work here and continue to honour the heritage and build community on this territory.

 

CreativeHub 1352  is committed to ensuring that its internal policies and practices are free of barriers, emphasize the value of diversity, and promote full participation to ensure dignity, respect, and equal access for volunteers, participants, staff and residents. Through our processes and practices, we are working to eliminate barriers for people who are usually underrepresented in Canada’s workforce – Aboriginal people, those of the LGBTQ2S+ community, people with disabilities, racialized persons, and women.

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