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Background: Peel's review

An overview of the milestones.

Bill 185, Cutting Red Tape to Build More Homes Act 2024

On June 6, Bill 185 received Royal Assent, confirming that Peel Region will not be dissolved.

On April 10, the Ontario government introduced Bill 185, Cutting Red Tape to Build More Homes Act 2024. The proposed legislation includes implications for Peel Region operations and responsibilities.

Learn more about Bill 185 and the Provincial review.

Transition Board’s new mandate

January 25, 2024, the Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing shared with Peel Region the new mandate and scope of the Transition Board.

Peel will not be dissolved

December 13, 2023, the Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing announced that Peel Region would not be dissolved, and that new legislation would be introduced to recalibrate the mandate of the Transition Board focusing on making Peel Region more efficient and responsive to taxpayers.

Financial audit

The Ontario government announced on December 13, 2023 that discussions with partners will continue but they are terminating the ongoing audit for Peel Region and 5 other municipalities.

Learn about the financial audit

Bill 112 passed

June 8, 2023, the Ontario government enacted Bill 112, which proposed to dissolve the Regional Municipality of Peel.

Council reports

September 14, 2023

June 8, 2023

2019 Regional Government Review

In early 2019, the Ontario government conducted the Regional Government Review to examine the governance, decision-making, and service delivery functions of 8 regional municipalities and their lower-tier municipalities. This included Peel Region, Brampton, Caledon, and Mississauga.

Learn about the 2019 Regional Government Review