The Mayor of Mississauga Bonnie Crombie said investigators will provide an update on Wednesday, a day after a fatal house explosion.
One unidentified female was killed and nine people suffered minor injuries following the explosion at about 4:20 p.m. Tuesday.
The blast completely destroyed one home and left 25 others damaged on Hickory Drive, forcing fifty-eight homes to evacuate.
Gas and water was also shut off to the area, and it remains unclear when the residents will be allowed back in.
Tim Beckett, fire chief for the City of Mississauga, said the damage to neighbouring houses ranged from very light to extreme and there had been several injuries reported.
Beckett said there were 50 firefighter staff at the site of the explosion, while paramedics had six units with 12 to 15 people on scene and there were an unknown number of police investigating.
Hickory Drive has been closed for the investigation and police have set up a large perimeter around the blast zone and are asking people to avoid the area.
At this point, police have not speculated on the cause of the explosion.
A news conference is scheduled to begin at 8a.m. You can view a live stream here.