As we approach the 2020 holiday season, Century Audio Visual would like to take a moment to reflect on what has been an unusual yet profound year. We began 2020 with business as usual. We knew that there was a threat of a pandemic, but it felt so far away. Here we are, almost ten months into an unprecedented time in our world.

As 2020 comes to a close, we want to take this opportunity to say thank you. Thank you for your belief in our team, as you entrusted us with your business during these challenging times. Together, we made 2020 a year to remember—to reflect on the positive and what we have accomplished. 2020 was the year that people connected, despite everything.

Century Audio Visual wishes everyone a safe and joyous Christmas and Holiday Season. May you and those you hold dear, be well. May your connections remain rooted, even when circumstances keep us apart.

From our family to yours, all the best for a healthy and happy New Year!



Century Audio Visual’s Commitment to the Community


This year, 2020 we saw many of the events that we support get cancelled or went virtual due to the COVID-19 pandemic. As such, we continued to do what we could, when we could for these notable events and noble causes. We donated turkeys, volunteered, operated AV gear for virtual events, helped with committee planning, delivered food, and donated to a family with a girl who is battling cancer for the 5th time in her young life.

Thank you to every member of the Century Audio Visual Team. Your support made a difference to these, our neighbours in the surrounding community:


  • Legends Row

    The Legends Row initiative was created in March 2012 by a small group of dedicated community volunteers and culminated with its opening on June 3rd, 2017. Through their efforts, Mississauga’s “Walk of Fame” will continue to recognize and celebrate the legacy of our city’s unique citizens, helping us enrich and foster community pride and spirit.
    Mississauga’s Legends Row FAQ’s


  • The Mississauga Arts Council

    The Mississauga Arts Council (MAC) engages, connects, promotes, champions and helps develop opportunities for artists of all disciplines, ages and abilities from diverse communities to help grow the arts and culture sector in Mississauga. Since its inception in 1981, MAC facilitates partnerships, encourages collaboration and provides awards for healthy competition between artists and performers to help strengthen our community and contribute to a more vibrant city.


  • MAC’s Online Open Mic

    Reaching over 13,000 people with over a total of over 5,000 views across Facebook & YouTube, our LIVE MAC Arts Cafe – Online Open Mic’s, hosted by award-winning singer/songwriter, Heather Christine have been very successful. Since July 2020, our monthly MAC Arts Cafe – Online Open Mics, has been a great opportunity for performers to have a platform to showcase their talents during the COVID-19 pandemic. MAC Arts Cafe – Online Open features emerging and established Mississauga talent including singers, musicians, spoken word artists, poets, and more.


  • ‘Twas the Bite Before Christmas

    ‘Twas the Bite Before Christmas Foundation was founded in 2009 by Dan Meadowcroft, Frank Bailey, Ellen Timms, Charles Sousa and Pat Anderson with a desire to help support hungry families in the city of Mississauga. ‘Twas the Bite Before Christmas Foundation’s mission aims to bring the community of Mississauga together to “Fight Hunger; Feed Hope and Empower People in Need”
    ‘Twas The


  • Sarah, the Leukaemia Warrior Princess

    Welcome to all members. We wanted to create a supportive space for a wonderful, strong young lady, Sarah, who is fighting Leukaemia for the 5th time. Please post anything encouraging and positive, whether it be a video, a picture with good wishes, or just a post in support. I’m going to include a brief synopsis, so you can learn about her and her family.
    Facebook Group:
    Go Fund Me:


  • Peel Children’s Aid Society

    Peel Children’s Aid protects children from abuse and neglect and helps parents and caregivers build healthy families. In addition to protecting children, which we do with the support of our Peel community, we also work with families who may be facing challenges such as poverty, unemployment, ill-health, domestic violence, mental health issues, or caring for a child who has serious physical, emotional or developmental difficulties. Some families also just need parenting support.
    Peel CAS / About Us


  • People Who Give

    Life is about change, constantly learning and challenging ourselves to improve. People Who Give is an evolution of 100 Guys Who Care, 100 Women Who Care and 100 People Who Care. If this looks like something you want to be a part of, then register for our mailing list today! There is no commitment to being a member or having to attend all the sessions. Participate as often as you like, meet people in the community, learn about charities in need, make an impact by giving any amount of your choice to 1, 2, or all 3 charities.
    People Who Give


  • Trillium Health Partners Foundation

    Working with our community, Trillium Health Partners Foundation is dedicated to raising the critical funds needed to address the highest priority needs of Trillium Health Partners—Credit Valley Hospital, Mississauga Hospital, and Queensway Health Centre—one of the largest community-based, academically affiliated, acute care facilities in Canada.
    Trillium Health Partners Foundation