Bill 112 and our service commitment
About the legislation to dissolve Peel Region and how we continue to deliver services.
On May 18, the Ontario government introduced Bill 112 to dissolve Peel Region.
The legislation, which passed on June 6, will make Brampton, Caledon, and Mississauga standalone municipalities, and dissolve Peel Region on January 1, 2025.
- Full legislation: Bill 112 - An Act to provide for the dissolution of The Regional Municipality of Peel.
- Peel Region Council report Bill 112 – Managing Through the Transition
Our commitment to service continuity
Statement from Regional Chair Nando Iannicca
On May 18, Chair Iannicca issued the following statement.
This is a difficult time in Peel's proud history. For nearly 50 years, we have provided strong value-for-money for taxpayers and served the people in our community.
There have been disagreements about governance, but all partners involved continue to respect and value the services Peel delivers to the residents, vulnerable in society and businesses we serve. There will be no service interruptions for our community. We will continue to serve the people in Peel as this transition happens.
We remain committed to working with all partners to provide the information needed for informed decisions that ensure continued delivery of these important services.
I want to thank Regional staff for their dedication through this stressful time. Their resident-first focus delivers service excellence that is unsurpassed in the public service.