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East Credit is located in north-central Mississauga west of Hurontario, south of Meadowvale Village, east of Streetsville and Central Erin Mills and north of Erindale separated by Highway 403. East Credit is a relatively young neighbourhood in Mississauga (~15-20 years old).
It’s mostly defined by the Heartland Town Centre, which is a huge area of standalone restaurants and retail outlets. One of the biggest factors in the areas development was the closure of the Britannia landfill site in 2003, which was covered over and turned into the Braeben Golf Course.
This allowed for more homes to be built in the area. One thing to keep in mind is that East Credit isn't a natural neighbourhood like Streetsville, rather I like to think of it as an MLS district that encompasses many different sub neighbourhoods.
In fact, there are communities in East Credit such as the pocket around Durie Rd and Old English Lane where people still feel like they are a part of Streetsville.
Sources: http://gtawestliving.com/east-credit-mississauga-neighbourhoods/, https://thevillageguru.com/mississauga/east-credit-heartland/