City of Mississauga

The Waterdown to Finch Project is proactively replacing approximately 63 kilometres of Imperial’s Sarnia Products Pipeline between Hamilton and Toronto, which includes a 16.52 kilometre section largely within the Imperial’s existing right-of-way and/or hydro corridor in Mississauga.

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For a detailed view of the Project’s construction footprint within your community, select your neighbourhood below.

Construction impacts

Imperial remains committed to reducing local impacts and disruptions throughout construction, including minimizing traffic and noise.

To view local streets being used as construction access routes, please review your neighbourhood map available above.

To accommodate safe construction activities, some facilities will be temporarily closed during the 2021 season and are listed under closures. Imperial does not anticipate any impacts to MiWay Transit stations or services during the construction period.

Some vegetation and tree removal has been required to accommodate safe construction activities, mainly limited to private land and/or within the hydro corridor. After construction, all impacted areas will follow a reclamation and remediation plan, helping to return areas as closely to pre-construction condition as possible.

Please click here to learn more about the Waterdown to Finch Project’s construction.

Please click here to learn more about the Waterdown to Finch Project’s construction.


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Project timeline for the City of Mississauga

Construction activities began in mid-May 2021 in the Mississauga area, with expected full Project completion by winter 2022.


Dates are subject to change.

Hours of operation

Core hours of operation for construction are from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., Monday through Saturday, apart from trenchless construction activities, which will be taking place 24 hours per day, Monday through Saturday.


Construction areas are fenced and monitored by Imperial representatives. To protect all employees, contractors and the public, all relevant public health measures and COVID-19 workplace guidelines are being followed.

Local initiatives

Imperial is committed to playing an active role in the Mississauga community.

Imperial is a proud partner of the Mississauga Board of Trade having sponsored the 2021 annual address from Mississauga Mayor Bonnie Crombie as well as the 2021 Business Awards of Excellence. We were pleased to present the 2021 Emerging Business Leader of the Year Award to Alykhan Jadavji from the Habib Canadian Bank for demonstrating outstanding entrepreneurial spirit, strategic direction and innovative ideas while providing inspiration to a new generation of business entrepreneurs.

Imperial has also been actively supporting Credit Valley Conservation to better connect and help provide access to the Credit Valley Trail across the Credit River Watershed. Once complete, the legacy trail will be a 100-kilometre pathway following the banks of the Credit River, from the headwaters in Orangeville to Lake Ontario in Port Credit. It will connect people to the beauty of nature, rich cultural experiences, Indigenous heritage and values and the sustaining waters of the Credit River. Imperial is continuing this ongoing partnership by sponsoring the 15th Anniversary Conservation Gala.

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