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Media relations

Media contacts, attending council meetings, and Peel’s Multicultural Media Program.

Media contacts

Corporate services

Clerks, budget, procurement, finance, PAMA (Peel Art Gallery, Museum and Archives), human resources, data portal, and all misc. questions.

Contact: Tatiana Marmora

Health services

Peel Public Health, Peel Long Term Care, seniors services, Peel Regional Paramedic Services, and community safety and wellbeing.

Contact: Chris Bell

Human services

Housing and homelessness, children’s services, child care, financial help and Ontario Works, and community partnerships.

Contact: Renee Wilson

Strategic transformation

Provincial review and strategic plan.

Contact: Denise McDonough

Public works

Waste and recycling, Water and Wastewater, TransHelp, transportation, planning and construction.

Contact: Amie Miles

Attending Council meetings

Members of the media are welcome to attend Regional Council meetings. All meetings are held in the Council Chambers at the Regional headquarters located at 10 Peel Centre Drive, Suite A, Brampton.

Meeting dates are available on the Regional Council meetings calendar.

Register your media outlet in our Multicultural Media Program

The Region’s Multicultural Media Program is a paid advertisement program for media outlets.

We use this program to place translated advertisements in various print and online publications. These ads communicate and promote select regional programs, services and events to specific multicultural communities throughout Peel.

A print or online publication must qualify and register to be considered for the program.

To qualify, a publication must serve a specific community in one of the top languages in Peel (Punjabi, Urdu or Arabic). For more info on Peel top languages, visit the Peel Data Portal.

After registration

If a publication qualifies, we will include it in our randomly assigned annual advertising cycle.

Registering does not guarantee that we’ll place an advertisement in a publication. Every 4 years, in conjunction with Peel Region’s Term of Council, we’ll ask publications to validate their information or re-register.

Register for the Multicultural Media Program