Port Credit

Port Credit is a community that is rich in history; the land has been in use since the aboriginal tribe Mississauga Ojibwa First Nations had settled there. As of 2005 Old Port Credit Village was assigned as a Heritage Conservation District.  The Old Port Credit Village, which is on the East side of Port Credit, maintains the historical architecture as well as the original street names.  

Port Credit consists of three main areas, Cranberry Cove, Old Port Credit Village and Port Credit Village.  Port Credit is truly a beautiful community to live in.  There is the waterfront for those who enjoy nature but also properties along the waterfront for homebuyers seeking the beautiful and peaceful views to feel as if you are away at a cottage. 

The community has numerous restaurants and bars to enjoy with friends and family, some of which are located along the waterfront.  Port Credit is a lively area, with events consistently being held in the summer months especially.


These are the schools located within the Port Credit location, they are Public schools primarily.

Public Schools

Forest Avenue Public School (Grades K-6)
Riverside Public School (Grades K-8)


Shore Grill and Grotto
Spice Lounge
Snug Harbour
Break Water Restaurant

GO Train & Bus Station

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