Dixie is a neighbourhood in Mississauga that lies in the southeastern part of the city. It is one of the older, more established neighbourhoods in the area.
In fact, the name of the neighbourhood dates back to the Village of Dixie at the corner of Cawthra Road and Dundas Street West in the south part of the city. In 1865, the village of Sydenham was renamed in honour of Dr. Beaumont Wilson Bowen Dixie (1819-1898), a Welsh settler who paid for the establishment of the Union Chapel, a multi-denominal Protestant church in the village originally built in 1816.
Today, much of the area is commercial or industrial, but there are lovely pockets of condo buildings and homes throughout. With easy access to public transit, highways, parks and schools, the neighbourhood is very well located.
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