The board will determine the roadmap for Peel’s transition.
The Transition Board was appointed to provide recommendations to the Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing on a range of restructuring matters related to the dissolution of Peel Region to make Mississauga, Brampton and Caledon independent municipalities by January 1, 2025.
- Ontario appointing Transition Board to oversee dissolution of Peel Region
- Transition Board appointed by Ontario government - July 5 media release
- Ontario Regulation 187/23: Transition Board
A deep dive into the magnitude, scale and complexity of Peel
Our services are delivered through a deeply integrated model of service delivery, allowing for economies of scale, efficiencies and value for taxpayer dollars. Our staff are professional, highly qualified and valued by our community. We developed an onboarding plan to help the Transition Board make recommendations.
Review the Transition Board orientation.
The Board’s role
Transition Board will make recommendations with respect to:
- Winding down the financial operations of The Regional Municipality of Peel.
- Transferring assets of The Regional Municipality of Peel.
- Assigning liabilities, debt and other financial obligations of The Regional Municipality of Peel.
- Employment matters, including pension and benefit obligations.
- The allocation, governance, use and control of services provided by The Regional Municipality of Peel, including whether joint municipal service boards or other entities should be established, or other shared servicing arrangements would be advisable.
- The impact on any municipality that may be affected by the dissolution of The Regional Municipality of Peel.
- The long-term economic sustainability of the City of Mississauga, the City of Brampton and the Town of Caledon as single-tier municipalities.
- Any other matters that the board considers advisable or that the Minister may direct.