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Living Arts Centre Mississauga
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Living_Arts_Centre

The Living Arts Centre is a 225,000 square foot (21,000 m²) multi-use facility which opened in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada in 1997. The Centre is visited by over 300,000 visitors annually, who come to view performing and visual arts programs, attend corporate meetings/conventions, or participate in a variety of community events. The Living Arts Centre houses performance theatres, an exhibition gallery, seven professional art studios and corporate meeting facilities.

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