At the March 27 Council meeting, Mississauga City Council adopted a motion approving in principle that Mississauga become independent from the Region of Peel, subsequent to the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing’s Regional Government Review.
The City is hosting a resident Town Hall on the matter of independence from the Region of Peel on Monday, April 8 from 7 to 9 p.m. in Council Chamber – second floor (300 City Centre Dr., Mississauga, ON). Residents can also watch live streaming on Facebook, Twitter and Mississauga.ca.
As part of the Government of Ontario’s review, the Ministry is conducting online public consultation until April 23, 2019. Residents are encouraged to share their thoughts on regional government reform through this channel.
For more information on the City’s position, including the corporate report, resolution and Questions and Answers, visit mississauga.ca/regional-government-review.
- City’s position (including corporate report, motion, Q&As and more): ca/regional-government-review
- Government of Ontario’s Regional Government Review: https://www.ontario.ca/page/regional-government-review
- Government of Ontario’s Public Consultation – April 23, 2019 deadline: https://www.ontario.ca/page/consultation-regional-government-review
Resident Town Hall
Monday, April 8, 2019, 7 to 9 p.m.
Mississauga Civic Centre – Council Chamber (second floor), 300 City Centre Drive [MAP]
Members of Council, Residents, City staff
- The Town Hall will feature a presentation on Mississauga’s position, followed by moderated questions and comments from audience members. Residents will have the ability to provide feedback to Council and staff verbally, as well as through written means.
- Can’t Make the Session? Watch Online: residents, along with members of the media, can also watch live streaming on Facebook, Twitter and mississauga.ca.