October 22, 2015 Regional Council Minutes
Page Content:
1. Roll Call
2. Declarations of Conflicts of Interest
3. Approval of Minutes
4. Approval of Agenda
5. Delegations
6-11. Staff Reports and Communications
   
12. Other Business
13. Notices of Motion
14. By-laws
15. In Camera Matters
16. By-law to Confirm the Proceedings of Council
17. Adjournment

THE COUNCIL OF
THE REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY OF PEEL
October 22, 2015

Regional Chair Dale called the meeting of Regional Council to order at 9:34 a.m. in the Council Chamber, Regional Administrative Headquarters, 10 Peel Centre Drive, Suite A, Brampton.

1. ROLL CALL

  Members Present: G. Carlson
B. Crombie
F. Dale
J. Downey
C. Fonseca
G. Gibson
A. Groves
N. Iannicca*
J. Innis
L. Jeffrey
J. Kovac*
M. Mahoney
S. McFadden
M. Medeiros*
E. Moore
M. Palleschi
C. Parrish
K. Ras
P. Saito
B. Shaughnessy
J. Sprovieri
A. Thompson
J. Tovey
       
  Members Absent: G. Miles
R. Starr
(Illness)
(Illness)
       
  Also Present:
D. Szwarc, Chief Administrative Officer; G. Sabat, Commissioner of Service Innovation, Information and Technology; L. Graham-Watson, Commissioner of Corporate Services; S. VanOfwegen, Commissioner of Finance and Chief Financial Officer; P. O'Connor, Regional Solicitor and Director of Legal Services; D. Labrecque, Commissioner of Public Works; G. Bursey, Acting Commissioner of Human Services; J. Smith, Commissioner of Health Services; Dr. E. de Villa, Medical Officer of Health; K. Lockyer, Regional Clerk and Director of Clerk's; C. Thomson, Legislative Specialist; S. Singh, Legislative Technical Coordinator; V. Montesdeoca, Legislative Technical Coordinator

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*See text for arrivals
¨See text for departures


2. DECLARATIONS OF CONFLICTS OF INTEREST - Nil

Councillor Medeiros arrived at 9:36 a.m.
Councillor Iannicca arrived at 9:36 a.m.



3. APPROVAL OF MINUTES

3.1. October 8, 2015 Special Regional Council Meeting

Moved by Councillor Innis,
Seconded by Councillor Palleschi;

That the minutes of the October 8, 2015 Special Regional Council meeting be approved.

Carried 2015-780

Councillor Palleschi placed the following motion.

Moved by Councillor Palleschi,
Seconded by Councillor Innis;

Whereas Regional Council set a long term diversion target of 60 per cent in 2012;

And whereas, Regional Council adopted the use of established thermal conversion as the long term solution to manage the garbage that remained after diversion;

And whereas, the amount of garbage under a 60 per cent diversion target is projected to be in the order of 300,000 tonnes per year;

And whereas, Regional Council directed staff to develop and issue a request for qualifications followed by a request for proposals to procure a 300,000 tonnes per year Energy-from-Waste facility (the "Procurement Process");

And whereas, staff developed and issued the request for prequalification and through that process prequalified four proponents based on their ability to design, build, operate and maintain a 300,000 tonnes per year facility;

And whereas, Regional Council set a revised long term diversion target of 75 per cent on October 8, 2015;

And whereas, the amount of garbage under a 75 per cent diversion target is projected to be in the order of 150,000 tonnes per year and the composition of the garbage may be materially different under a 75 per cent diversion target than under a 60 per cent target;

Therefore be it resolved, that the current procurement process for the Peel Energy Recovery Centre (PERC) initiative be cancelled;

And further, that the Commissioner of Public Works, upon the advice of the Regional Solicitor, be authorized to release the proponents from any obligation which survive cancellation of the PERC initiative, as the Commissioner deems appropriate;

And further, that the matter of developing a revised and renewed workplan for achievement of Council's 75 per cent diversion target and the future process to address the ultimate disposal of the residual 25 per cent of the waste stream be referred to the Waste Management Strategic Advisory Committee;

And further, that any future planning process incorporate ongoing consultations with the Councils of the Cities of Brampton and Mississauga and the Town of Caledon.

Councillor Kovac arrived at 9:40 a.m.

Several Councillors noted that at the October 8, 2015 Special Regional Council meeting, the majority of Councillors indicated the desire for the three area municipalities to have the opportunity to provide input to the Peel Energy Recovery Centre (PERC) project. They expressed concern about the timing of the motion and that the motion placed by Councillor Palleschi would prevent the area municipal Councils from hearing all of the pertinent information that would enable them to make an informed decision.

Councillor Palleschi stated that the approval of a revised long term 3Rs target of 75 per cent would necessitate ending the current PERC project procurement process.

Dan Labrecque, Commissioner of Public Works, noted that the 75 per cent 3Rs target, approved by Regional Council at its Special Meeting held on October 8, 2015, significantly reduces the amount of residual waste and would not be sufficient to operate a 300,000 to 400,000 tonnes per year PERC facility. Viable options must be determined for the remaining 25 per cent residual waste, which may include PERC but not in the manner as set out in the current procurement process.

In response to a question from Councillor Tovey, the Commissioner of Public Works advised that there would be no financial implications should Regional Council decide to cancel the Peel Energy Recovery Centre (PERC) procurement.

Councillor Sprovieri requested a recorded vote.

  In Favour: G. Carlson, J. Downey, C. Fonseca, G. Gibson, A. Groves, J. Innis, M. Mahoney, S. McFadden, E. Moore, M. Palleschi, C. Parrish, K. Ras, P. Saito, B. Shaughnessy, J. Sprovieri, A. Thompson, J. Tovey
  Total: 17
     
  Opposed: B. Crombie, N. Iannicca, L. Jeffrey, J. Kovac, M. Medeiros
  Total: 5
     
  Absent G. Miles, R. Starr
  Total: 2

Carried 2015-781

3.2. October 8, 2015 Regional Council meeting

Moved by Councillor Iannicca,
Seconded by Councillor Medeiros;

That the minutes of the October 8, 2015 Regional Council meeting be approved.

Carried 2015-782


4.
APPROVAL OF AGENDA

Moved by Councillor Moore,
Seconded by Councillor Groves;

That the agenda for the October 22, 2015 Regional Council meeting include an additional oral In Camera update on a Matter of Litigation between the Town of Caledon and the Region of Peel (Advice that is subject to solicitor client privilege, including communications necessary for that purpose), to be dealt with under In Camera Matters - Item 15.6;

And further, that the agenda for the October 22, 2015 Regional Council meeting include an additional item regarding smoking in multi-use dwellings, to be dealt with under Other Business - Item 12.1;

And further, that the agenda for the October 22, 2015 Regional Council meeting be approved, as amended.

Carried 2015-783

See also Resolutions 2015-800 and 2015-807


5. DELEGATIONS

5.1. Peter Dundas, Chief and Director, Paramedic Services, Presenting the 2014 and 2015 Governor General and N.H. McNally Award for Bravery and Recognizing Regional Staff for more than 40 Years of Exemplary Service

Received 2015-784

See also Resolution 2015-785

Peter Dundas, Chief and Director, Paramedic Services, advised that on September 25, 2014 and September 24, 2015, the following four Peel Paramedics were awarded the Exemplary Service Medal by Major General Richard Rohmer, Honorary Chief of the Ontario Association of Paramedic: Larry Titus, Superintendent; Tammy Middleton, Superintendent; Verena Jones, Supervisor; and, Gord Nevils, Supervisor, Education and Research.

Peter Dundas also stated that during this year’s awards ceremony, Peel Paramedics Glen Woodhouse and David Woodcock were recognized for their exemplary service for more than forty years and received the second bars for their existing Medal.

Peter Dundas acknowledged four Peel Paramedics who were recognized with the McNally Award for their heroic actions while on duty. The McNally Award recognizes acts of conspicuous bravery by paramedics in the performance of their duties. The awards were presented to Ean Smith and Eryn Smyth, who successfully cared for a critically injured Mississauga Firefighter during a fire that involved a number of explosions; and, Sean Mason and Jody-Marie Tansley who along with a Peel Regional Police Officer, extricated an injured person trapped in a burning car while also attempting to extinguish the car fire.

Regional Chair Dale and Members of Regional Council congratulated the awards recipients and expressed appreciation on behalf of Region of Peel residents to Chief Dundas and all Peel Paramedics for the work they do in the communities.

In response to a question from Councillor Ras, Peter Dundas acknowledged the stress that accompanies a career as a first responder and the importance of supporting staff affected by Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. He highlighted the resources available to the Region of Peel Paramedics.

Councillor McFadden recognized the spouses and families of first responders for their support.

Items Related to Health - Item 7.1 was dealt with.

7.1. Paramedic Exemplary Service and Heroism Awards

Received 2015-785

See also Resolution 2015-784

5.2. Ken Dion, Senior Manager, Special Projects, Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (TRCA) and Andrew Farr, Director, Water Division, Region of Peel, Providing an Overview of the Lakeview Waterfront Connection Report

Received 2015-786

See also Resolution 2015-787

Ken Dion, Senior Manager, Special Projects, Toronto and Region Conservation Authority and Andrew Farr, Director, Water Division, Region of Peel, stated that the Lakeview Waterfront Connection is the creation of a new land base in front of the G.E. Booth Wastewater Treatment Plant and neighbouring lands, using excess fill generated primarily from Region of Peel Public Works projects. They highlighted design features that include a variety of quality habitats, natural meadows, new beach, coastal forest, treed swamp and island habitat that will enhance the quality and function of the shoreline for residents and migratory bird species. Careful planning has also incorporated numerous features to maximize public usage and a system of primary and secondary trails has been developed to promote recreational activities such as walking, jogging and rollerblading. They provided an update on the project and its costs and reviewed the next steps towards completion of the project.

In response to a question from Councillor Shaughnessy, Andrew Farr confirmed that stone and concrete that contains fill would be re-used as much as possible for the project, with the exception of asphalt.

Members of Regional Council congratulated Councillor Tovey for having a vision for the lakefront that will see it become a cherished legacy for generations to come.

Councillor Tovey expressed his appreciation to the community who participated in visioning sessions and to former Regional Chair Kolb and former Mayor McCallion, as well as past and current Councils for their support.

Items Related to Public Works - Item 6.1 was dealt with.

6.1. Lakeview Waterfront Connection, Capital Project 14-3199 - City of Mississauga, Ward 1

Received 2015-787

See also Resolution 2015-786

5.3. Graham Clyne, Executive Director, Peel Children and Youth Initiative (PCYI), Providing an Update on the Peel Children and Youth Initiative (PCYI) Accomplishments and the Progress of Peel's System Integration Framework Comprehensive Collaborative Planning Tables for Children and Youth (0-24 Years)

Received 2015-788

See also Resolution 2015-789

Graham Clyne, Executive Director, Peel Children and Youth Initiative (PCYI), provided a short history of PCYI's work to date and highlighted its core principles of doing things better; focusing on supporting change to practices, polices and systems; an expectation of "organization alignment" on shared priorities; and, providing quality local research/data. Graham Clyne reviewed PCYI's accomplishments on its priorities, noting that PCY accomplishments are achieved through influence and not authority.

Councillor Saito commended Graham Clyne, the staff and PCYI Advisory Board for bringing to fruition what was envisioned several years ago.

Items Related to Human Services - Item 9.1 was dealt with.

9.1. Peel Children and Youth Initiative 2016 Funding

Moved by Councillor Jeffrey,
Seconded by Councillor Saito;

That funding to Peel Children and Youth Initiative (PCYI) for up to the amount of $566,904 from the Human Services Early Learning and Child Care base budget, as outlined in the Report of the Acting Commissioner of Human Services titled "Peel Children and Youth Initiative 2016 Funding" be approved, subject to annual review and approval as part of the budget process;

And further, that authority to execute agreements with PCYI for funding, be granted to the Commissioner of Human Services, subject to annual budget approval and contingent upon PCYI meeting performance outcomes as stipulated in a renewed annual contract with the recipient.

And further, that the Regional Chair send a letter to the Ontario Minister of Education, on behalf of Regional Council, to highlight the need for additional funding through local school boards for local programs such as the Peel Children and Youth Initiative (PCYI) which provide tangible benefit to their students.

Carried 2015-789

See also Resolution 2015-788

Councillor Saito stated that the provincial government should be encouraged to increase its funding to PCYI, noting that it is a proven initiative that supports the provincial mandate. She requested that the recommendation related to item 9.1 listed on the October 22, 2015 Regional Council agenda be amended to include a request that the provincial government increase its funding to PCYI.

At the request of Councillor Saito, the Acting Commissioner of Human Services was directed by Regional Council to write to the Province of Ontario to convey the successes of the PCYI and to advocate for increased funding to address the needs of children over the age of six years.

Councillor Jeffrey suggested that PCYI increase its promotion of the Canada Learning Bond which many residents are unaware of.

5.4. Andrew Rouble, Medical Student Representative, Kevin Beaulieu, Executive Director of Public Interest Strategy and Communications and Dr. Danit Fischtein, Resident Director, Canadian Doctors for Medicare, Seeking The Region of Peel's Support for National Pharmacare

Received 2015-790

See also Resolution 2015-791

Andrew Rouble, Medical Student Representative and Kevin Beaulieu, Executive Director of Public Interest Strategy and Communications, Canadian Doctors for Medicare (CDM), advised that CDM represents the voice of doctors and strives to strengthen Canada's universal, public-funded health care system and advocates for evidence-based innovations in treatment and preventative services. They stated that over 3 million Canadians do not take their medications due to cost and it is estimated that this treatment non-adherence costs our healthcare system $1 billion every year. Progress towards universal public drug coverage in Canada has been slow, in part due to concerns about the potential costs. A recent study revealed that universal public drug coverage would likely yield substantial savings to the private sector with comparatively little increase in government costs.

The representatives requested the support of Regional Council by adding its voice to the call for a National Pharmacare Plan that would serve the community by supporting local citizens to optimize their health.

Councillor Groves indicated her support for a National Pharmacare Plan and suggested the delegates contact the Association of Municipalities of Ontario (AMO) to request its support.

Councillor Tovey suggested that Canadian Doctors for Medicare undertake a comparative analysis between Canada and other countries with national pharmacare programs to illustrate the differences in how much each country's government spends on pharmacare versus how much individuals pay.

Councillor Fonseca undertook to raise the issue of a National Pharmacare Plan at the Federation of Canadian Municipalities (FCM) meeting in November.

Councillor Parrish encouraged the delegates to consider the impact such a program could have on the drug patent and research regime.

Councillor Saito requested that the Regional Clerk record the names of Councillors who abstain from the vote, noting that she does not have enough information at this point and has not had opportunity to discuss the issue of a national pharmacare program with drug manufacturing companies located in her Ward.

Moved by Councillor Groves,
Seconded by Councillor Fonseca;

Whereas the Region of Peel has recognized and has demonstrated over the past years, its commitment to the importance of healthy citizens as the foundation of a healthy, engaged and economically vibrant community;

And whereas, over 3 million Canadians, including many in our local communities, do not take medicines prescribed by their doctors because they cannot afford them;

And whereas, Canada is currently the only country with a national medicare program that does not have a national pharmacare program;

And whereas, the risk of having no insurance for medicines is high among lower income Canadians which includes the service industry, precarious working and seasonal workers, like many in the Region of Peel;

And whereas, studies show that adding a national pharmacare program to our national health care system would lower costs to businesses by over $8 billion per year, providing Canadian companies competitive advantages in international trade;

And whereas, recent research confirms that these gains can be achieved with little or no increase in public investment;

And whereas, municipal government expenses for employee benefits would be significantly reduced by a national pharmacare program;

And whereas, a national prescription drug formulary would support better quality prescribing, including reducing dangerous and inappropriate prescribing to Canadian seniors;

And whereas, a National Pharmacare plan is sound policy, both economically and socially;

Therefore be it resolved, that the Region of Peel expresses its support for the creation of a National Pharmacare program as an extension of Canadian Medicare, since health and economic studies now show that such a policy would improve health in municipalities, give local businesses a competitive advantage in the global marketplace and lower costs for municipal government on taxpayers;

And further, that the Province of Ontario, be requested to work with other Provinces and the Federal Government to develop and implement a National Pharmacare program;

And further, that the Federation of Canadian Municipalities be requested to adopt a similar resolution respecting the Federal government;

And further, that the Association of Municipalities of Ontario be requested to adopt a similar resolution respecting the Provincial government;

And further, that a copy of this resolution be sent to all Peel-area MPPs, the Ontario Minister of Health and Long Term Care, the Premier of Ontario, the Federal Minister of Health and the Prime Minister of Canada.

Councillor Tovey requested a recorded vote.

  In Favour: G. Carlson, B. Crombie, J. Downey, C. Fonseca, G. Gibson, A. Groves, J. Innis, L. Jeffrey, J. Kovac, M. Mahoney, S. McFadden, E. Moore, M. Palleschi, C. Parrish, B. Shaughnessy, J. Sprovieri, A. Thompson, J. Tovey
  Total: 18
     
  Opposed: Nil
  Total: 0
     
  Absent G. Miles, R. Starr
  Total: 2
     
  Abstained: N. Iannicca, M. Medeiros, K. Ras, P. Saito
  Total: 4

Carried 2015-791

See also Resolution 2015-790

In Camera Matters - Items 15.1 to 15.6 were dealt with.

15. IN CAMERA MATTERS

At 11:47 a.m. in accordance with section 239(2) of the Municipal Act, 2001, as amended, the following motion was placed:

Moved by Councillor Tovey,
Seconded by Councillor Saito;

That Council proceed "In Camera" to consider the following:

Additional Item:

Carried 2015-792

Moved by Councillor Iannicca,
Seconded by Councillor Crombie;

That Council proceed out of "In Camera".

Carried 2015-793

Council moved out of closed session at 12:55 p.m.

15.1. October 8, 2015 Regional Council Closed Session Report

Received 2015-794

15.2. Proposed Property Acquisition, Regional Road 7 (Airport Road) Widening from One Kilometre North of Regional Road 14 (Mayfield Road) to Regional Road 9 (King Street) - Town of Caledon, Ward 2 (Proposed or pending acquisition or disposition of land by the municipality or local board)

Moved by Councillor Thompson,
Seconded by Councillor Sprovieri;

That The Regional Municipality of Peel, as Purchaser, enter into an Offer to Sell Agreement with Gilbert Adam Mihorean, as Owner, for the purchase of the fee simple interest in land and buildings described as Part of Lot 7, Concession 1, Town of Caledon (formerly Township of Albion), Regional Municipality of Peel, as in Instrument AL22084 and all rights and interests appurtenant thereto, and known municipally as 13319 Airport Road, Caledon, Ontario;

And further, that the Office of the Regional Solicitor be authorized to complete the transaction, including the execution of all documents, Affidavits, Statutory Declarations and Undertakings required;
And further, that the funds for the transaction be financed from Capital Project 14-4030.

Carried 2015-795

15.3. Proposed Funding for Credit Valley Conservation Authority for Property Acquisition - City of Mississauga, Ward 1 (Proposed or Pending Acquisition or Disposition of Land by the Municipality or Local Board)

Moved by Councillor Palleschi,
Seconded by Councillor Parrish;

That The Regional Municipality of Peel provide funding in the amount of $120,615.00 to Credit Valley Conservation for the acquisition of the interests in lands currently held by Ontario Power Generation Inc., required for the Lakeview Waterfront Connection Project, legally described as follows:

Part of Lot 7, Concession 3 South of Dundas Street and Part of The Water Lot In Front of Lot 7, Concession 3 South of Dundas Street and Part of The Water Lot Location HY28 in Front of Lot 7, Concession 3 South of Dundas Street and Part of The Water Lot Location HY116 in Front of Lot 7, Concession 3 South of Dundas Street, City of Mississauga, (formerly Township of Toronto) Regional Municipality of Peel being more particularly identified as Part 1 on draft reference Plan 13-12-192-00 prepared by Sexton McKay Limited dated August 31, 2015;

And further, that the funds for the transaction be financed from Capital Projects 14-3199.

Carried 2015-796

15.4. Update Regarding Labour Relations or Employee Negotiations (Oral) (Labour relations or employee negotiations)

Received 2015-797

15.5. Update on Provincial Facilitation (Oral) (Advice that is subject to solicitor-client privilege, including communications necessary for that purpose)

Received 2015-798

See also Resolution 2015-799

Moved by Councillor Iannicca,
Seconded by Councillor Groves;

That direction given "In Camera" to the Regional Solicitor be approved, and voted upon in accordance with Section 239(6) (b) of the Municipal Act, 2001, as amended.

Carried 2015-799

See also Resolution 2015-798

Additional Item - Item 15.6:

15.6. Update on a Matter of Litigation (Oral) (Advice that is subject to solicitor-client privilege, including communications necessary for that purpose)

Received 2015-800

Regional Council recessed at 1:00 p.m.

Regional Council reconvened at 1:35 p.m.

  Members Present: G. Carlson
B. Crombie
F. Dale
J. Downey
C. Fonseca
G. Gibson
A. Groves
N. Iannicca*
J. Innis
J. Kovac
M. Mahoney
S. McFadden
M. Palleschi
C. Parrish
K. Ras
B. Shaughnessy
J. Sprovieri
A. Thompson
J. Tovey

       
  Members Absent: L. Jeffrey
M. Medeiros
G. Miles
E. Moore
P. Saito
R. Starr



(Illness)
(personal matter)
(personal matter)
(Illness)

       
  Also Present:
D. Szwarc, Chief Administrative Officer; G. Sabat, Commissioner of Service Innovation, Information and Technology; L. Graham-Watson, Commissioner of Corporate Services; S. VanOfwegen, Commissioner of Finance and Chief Financial Officer; P. O'Connor, Regional Solicitor and Director of Legal Services; D. Labrecque, Commissioner of Public Works; G. Bursey, Acting Commissioner of Human Services; J. Smith, Commissioner of Health Services; Dr. E. de Villa, Medical Officer of Health; K. Lockyer, Regional Clerk and Director of Clerk's; C. Thomson, Legislative Specialist; S. Singh, Legislative Technical Coordinator; V. Montesdeoca, Legislative Technical Coordinator


6. ITEMS RELATED TO PUBLIC WORKS

6.1. Lakeview Waterfront Connection, Capital Project 14-3199 - City of Mississauga, Ward 1

This item was dealt with under Resolution 2015-787


7. ITEMS RELATED TO HEALTH
Chaired by Vice-Chair Councillor G. Gibson

7.1. Paramedic Exemplary Service and Heroism Awards

This item was dealt with under Resolution 2015-785

7.2. Extension of Temporary Funding for Community Support Services

Received 2015-801

7.3. Public Health Provincial Funding Update

Received 2015-802

See also Resolution 2015-803


8. COMMUNICATIONS

8.1. Roselle Martino, Executive Director and Martha Greenberg, Acting Assistant Deputy Minister, Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care, Letter Dated September 4, 2015, Regarding Update on Public Health Funding Review

Received 2015-803

See also Resolution 2015-802

8.2. Patricia Li, Assistant Deputy Minister, Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care, Letter Dated September 30, 2015, Regarding One-Time Funding for the 2014-15 Funding Year to Support the Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) Preparedness Costs Incurred and 2014-15 Land Ambulance Services Grant

Received 2015-804

9. ITEMS RELATED TO HUMAN SERVICES

9.1. Peel Children and Youth Initiative 2016 Funding

This item was dealt with under Resolution 2015-789

Councillor Iannicca arrived at 1:39 p.m.


10. ITEMS RELATED TO ENTERPRISE PROGRAMS AND SERVICES

Chaired by Councillor C. Fonseca

10.1. 2015 Provincial Review of Municipal Investment, Debt Legislation and Regulation

Moved by Councillor Groves,
Seconded by Councillor Thompson;

That the proposed changes to the Municipal Act, 2001, described in the report of the Commissioner of Finance and Chief Financial Officer, titled "2015 Provincial Review of Municipal Investment, Debt Legislation and Regulation," be endorsed;

And further, that the proposed changes be forwarded to the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing for consideration.

Carried 2015-805


11. COMMUNICATIONS

11.1. Ken Phillips, CAO/Secretary-Treasurer, Conservation Halton, Letter Dated September 24, 2015, Regarding the Conservation Halton 2016 Budget

Received 2015-806


12. OTHER BUSINESS

Additional Items - Items 12.1:

12.1. Smoking in Multi-Use Dwellings (Oral)

Received 2015-807

See also Resolution 2015-783

Councillor Groves relayed concerns received from senior residents of multi-use dwellings with respect to smoking in building common areas.

Janette Smith, Commissioner of Health Services, undertook to report to a future meeting of Regional Council with research and options related to addressing smoking complaints in multi-use dwellings.


13. NOTICES OF MOTION
- Nil


14. BY-LAWS - Nil


15. IN CAMERA MATTERS

In Camera Matters - Items 15.1 to 15.6 were dealt with under Resolutions 2015-794 to 2015-800 inclusive

16. BY-LAW TO CONFIRM THE PROCEEDINGS OF COUNCIL

Moved by Councillor Mahoney,
Seconded by Councillor Iannicca;

The By-law 64-2015 to confirm the proceedings of Regional Council at its meeting held on October 22, 2015, and to authorize the execution of documents in accordance with the Region of Peel by-laws relating thereto, be given the required number of readings, taken as read, signed by the Regional Chair and the Regional Clerk, and the corporate seal be affixed thereto.

Carried 2015-808


17. ADJOURNMENT

The meeting adjourned at 1:46 p.m.

 


K. Lockyer
_________________________
Regional Clerk

F. Dale
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Regional Chair