Revised Special Meeting Agenda
City Council
The Corporation of the City of Brampton

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Hybrid Meeting - Virtual Option & In-Person in Council Chambers – 4th Floor – City Hall
Members:
  • Mayor Patrick Brown
  • Regional Councillor R. Santos
  • Regional Councillor P. Vicente
  • City Councillor D. Whillans
  • Regional Councillor M. Palleschi
  • City Councillor J. Bowman
  • Regional Councillor M. Medeiros
  • Regional Councillor P. Fortini
  • City Councillor H. Singh
  • Regional Councillor G. Dhillon

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Note: The City Clerk will conduct a roll call at the start of the meeting.

In keeping with Council Resolution C019-2021, agenda items will no longer be pre-marked for Consent Motion approval. The Meeting Chair will review the relevant agenda items during this section of the meeting to allow Members to identify agenda items for debate and consideration, with the balance to be approved as part of the Consent Motion given the items are generally deemed to be routine and non-controversial.

a) Longest Day of Smiles – June 19, 2022


b) World Sickle Cell Day – June 19, 2022


c) Brampton Pride Day – June 19, 2022


d) National Phlebotomy Technicians Recognition Week – June 21-26, 2022


e) National Indigenous Peoples Day – June 21, 2022


f) National Injury Prevention Day – July 5, 2022


g) National Ride for Cause Day – July 31, 2022


h) Sixtieth Anniversary of Jamaican Independence


    Note: Item "h" was added at the meeting and published on the City's website on August 5, 2022

  • Application to Amend the Official Plan and Zoning By-law – Gagnon Walker Domes Ltd. – Rotary Club of Brampton Glen Community Centre – 1857 Queen Street West – Ward 4 (File OZS-2021-0018)
  • Application to Amend the Zoning By-law and Official Plan and Proposed Draft Plan of Subdivision – Crystal Homes (Wildflowers) Corporation – MHBC Planning Ltd. – 1626, 1646, 1654 Queen Street West – Ward 5 (File OZS-2020-0029)
  • Application to Amend the Official Plan, Zoning By-law and Draft Plan of Subdivision – Korsiak Urban Planning – Jim and Luisa Mocon – 1879 Queen Street – Ward 4 (File OZS-2020-0036):

Note: The Delegations were reordered at the meeting as follows:


1. John Brennen, Brampton resident (video delegation)
2. Amrik Ahluwalia, Brampton resident
3. Cheryl Roy, Brampton Resident 
4. Don Naylor (audio delegation)
5. Anthony Mason, Brampton resident (a revised presentation was provided)


See Item 12.4 – Planning and Development Committee Minutes – June 20, 2022 and Item 14.4

1. Sena Munasinghe, President, Sri Lanka Canada Association of Brampton


2. Prasanna Goonetilleke, Brampton resident


3. Ruwan Korale, Brampton resident


4. Chandrika Rathnamalala, Brampton resident

See Item 16.1


Published on the City's website on August 5, 2022

  • Item 16.10 – Discussion Item at the Request of Mayor Brown re. City Position to Prohibit Payments in Cases of Sexual Harassment Allegations
  • Item 16.11 – Discussion Item at the Request of Mayor Brown re. City Position to Prohibit Non-Disclosure Agreements (NDAs) Related to Sexual Harassment Allegations
  • Item 16.12 – Discussion Item at the Request of Mayor Brown re. City Position to Prohibit Settlements with Victims of Sexual Assault Complaints Without Public Disclosure and Council Approval

See Items 16.10, 16.11 and 16.12


Published on the City's website on August 5, 2022

Section Chairs:

Regional Councillor Santos, Community Services Section

City Councillor Bowman, Legislative Services Section

Regional Councillor Medeiros, Economic Development Section

City Councillor Singh, Corporate Services Section

Regional Councillor Vicente, Public Works and Engineering Section


To be approved

Meeting Chairs:

Regional Councillor Santos, Community Services Section

City Councillor Bowman, Legislative Services

Regional Councillor Medeiros, Economic Development Section

City Councillor Singh, Corporate Services Section

Regional Councillor Vicente, Public Works and Engineering Section


To be approved

Note: This item was deferred from the May 18, 2022 Council meeting by Resolution C146-2022.


Recommendation PDC075-2022 is outlined below for reference.

PDC075-2022

1. That the staff report re: City-initiated Zoning By-law Amendment (7, 11, and 15 Sun Pac Blvd.) Ward 8, to the Planning and Development Committee meeting of April 25, 2022, be received; and,

2. That the City-initiated Zoning By-law Amendment, Ward 8, file: OZS-2022-007, be approved, on the basis that it represents good planning, including that it is consistent with the Provincial Polity Statement, conforms to the Growth Plan for the Greater Golden Horseshoe, the Region of Peel Official Plan and the City’s Official Plan for the reasons set out in this report; and,

3. That the amendments to the Zoning By-law are generally in accordance with the attached Appendix 12 be adopted; and, 

4. That the following correspondence re: City-initiated Zoning By-law Amendment (7, 11, and 15 Sun Pac Blvd.) Ward 8, to the Planning and Development Committee meeting of April 25, 2022 be received:

1. Frank Vani, President B/A, Amalgamated Transit Union Local 1573, dated April 20, 20222.

2. Sakeena Kaley, Property Manager, dated April 20, 2022


See Item 7.1 and By-law 144-2022

Note: This item was requested from the June 8, 2022 Committee of Council meeting by Recommendation CW303-2022 (outlined in Item 12.2):


"That the Chief Administrative Officer be requested to review and report on the Organizational Structure, in comparison to other municipalities, with scope and timing of the review to be determined by Human Resources and reported to the June 15, 2022 meeting of Council."


See Items 10.3.1 and 12.2

response to correspondence from Andrew Jeanrie, Partner, Bennett Jones LLP, dated June 6, 2022, re: Application to Amend the Official Plan and Zoning By-law and for Draft Plan of Subdivision, Argo TFP Brampton Limited, Argue TFP Brampton II Limited - 10124 and 10244 Mississauga Road (File: OZS-2021-0052)


To be received


See Item 12.4 – Planning and Development Committee Minutes – June 20, 2022

1. Gobinder Sandhu, dated July 4, 2022


2. Loraine Pereira, dated July 4, 2022


3. Kamal Gill, dated July 4, 2022


4. Christine Rai, dated July 4, 2022


5. Madison Rai, dated July 4, 2022


6. Rawle Rai, dated July 4, 2022


7. Owen Huang, dated July 4, 2022


8. Santokh Singh Sandal, dated July 4, 2022


9. Cheryl Anne Roy, dated July 5, 2022


10. Archana Raj, dated July 5, 2022


11. Karamjit Singh, dated July 5, 2022


12. Nanci and Bob Brar, dated July 5, 2022


13. Umesh Kalia, dated July 5, 2022


14. Amarjit Rana, dated July 5, 2022


15. Vinitha Sivaram, dated July 5, 2022


16. Anthony Jones, dated July 5, 2022


17. Angelo Tsinoglou, dated July 5, 2022


18. Dianne Jones, dated July 5, 2022


19. Satinder Malhotra, dated July 5, 2022


20. Darlene Brennen, dated July 5, 2022


21. Harkiran Gill, dated July 5, 2022


22. Karamjit Alang and Simrat Alang, dated July 5, 2022


23. Jatinder Gill, dated July 5, 2022


24. Michelle Brennen, dated July 5, 2022


25. Skaria Alexander, dated July 5, 2022


26. Nanda Puchimada, dated July 5, 2022


27. Terry Chapman, dated July 5, 2022


28. Steve Cosway, dated July 5, 2022


29. Nancy Cosway, dated July 5, 2022


30. Sharon Zhang, dated July 5, 2022


31. Jorge and Anna Cardoso, dated July 5, 2022


32. Pankaj Gupta, dated July 5, 2022


33. Jai Korpal, dated July 5, 2022


34. Gurmeen Sharma, dated July 5, 2022


35. Lei Gu, dated July 5, 2022


36. Ramaljit Sandhu, dated July 5, 2022


37. Raj Kancharla, dated July 5, 2022


38. Shaji John Jacob, dated July 5, 2022


39. Daya Soudhary, dated July 5, 2022


40. Naiya Bhavsar, dated July 5, 2022


41. Maninder Dhillon, dated July 5, 2022    


42. Prithvi Virdee, dated July 5, 2022


43. Thomas Abraham, dated July 5, 2022


44. Priyanka Soudhary (sent by Poornima Yekkalure), dated July 5, 2022


45. Abiola Yagboyaju, dated July 5, 2022


46. John Brennen, dated July 5, 2022


47. Inderdeep Kambo, dated July 5, 2022 


48. Jaskarnjit Parmar, dated July 5, 2022 


49. Raman Parmar, dated July 5, 2022


50. Seema Passi, dated July 5, 2022 


51. Kiran Hayat, dated July 5, 2022


52. Peter Harvey, dated July 5, 2022 


53. Josie Harvey, dated July 5, 2022 


54. Deepi Purba & Charan Khaira, July 5, 2022


55. Amita Nayyar, dated July 5, 2022


56. Sanjeev Srivastava, dated July 5, 2022 


57. Sukhmanjot and Sukhi Benipal, July 5, 2022


58. Harman Gill, dated July 5, 2022  


59. Chaytanya Kumar, dated July 5, 2022 


60. Manan Naik, dated July 5, 2022


61. Weiguo Xie, dated July 5, 2022


62. Kaiyuan Jia, dated July 5, 2022


63. Pulkit Bhavsar, dated July 5, 2022 


64. Sudhashree Kollipara and Prakash Kollipara, dated July 5, 2022 


65. Meenakshi Dewan, dated July 5, 2022


66. Rupinder Sekhon, dated July 5, 2022


67. Daljit Sekhon, dated July 5, 2022


68. Sandeep Kumar, dated July 5, 2022


69. Hui Gu, dated July 5, 2022


70. Tanvir Sanda, dated July 5, 2022


71. Reeta Sandal, dated July 5, 2022


72. Amit Nayyar, dated July 5, 2022


73. Umesh Duaa, dated July 6, 2022


74. Shweta Arora, dated July 6, 2022


75. Shazia Kalia, dated July 6, 2022


76. Catherine Salarda, July 6, 2022


77. Jay Natt, dated July 6, 2022


78. Neha Kumar, dated July 6, 2022 


79. Xu Gu, dated July 6, 2022 


80. Surinder Sekhon, dated July 6, 2022


81. Binu Jacob, dated July 6, 2022


82. Srinath Krishnan & Vidya Srinath, dated July 6, 2022


83. Khizer Syed, dated July 7, 2022


84. Stephen and Vicky Chin, dated July 8, 2022


85. Padma Kotamarti, dated July 9, 2022


86. Punam Khullar, dated July 12, 2022


87. Francisco Berroya, dated July 14, 2022


88. Mohd Beg, dated July 14, 2022


89. Jwalant Mistry, dated July 14, 2022


90. Heather Beg, dated July 14, 2022


91. Manjeet Rangi, dated July 14, 2022


92. Shivam Patel, dated July 19, 2022


To be received


See Items 7.3 and 12.4 – Planning and Development Committee Minutes – June 20, 2022 (Files: OZS-2021-0018, OZS-2020-0036 and OZS-2020-0029)

1. Dr. Tushar Mahendra, Brampton resident, dated June 26, 2022


2. Manesh Patel, Brampton resident, dated June 27, 2022


3. Meetu Mahendra, dated July 2, 2022


4. Eldorado Mills Residents, dated July 3, 2022 (with petition)


To be received


See Item 12.4 – Planning and Development Committee Minutes – June 20, 2022

– Application to Amend the Zoning By-law and Official Plan and Proposed Draft Plan of Subdivision – Crystal Homes (Wildflowers) Corporation – MHBC Planning Ltd. – 1626, 1646, 1654 Queen Street West – Ward 5 (OZS-2020-0029)


To be received


See Item 12.4 – Planning and Development Committee Minutes – June 20, 2022 

Moved by Regional Councillor Palleschi


Seconded by City Councillor Singh


Whereas the Province of Ontario has determined Monday October 24, 2022 as the day for Municipal Elections in Ontario


Whereas Monday October 24, 2022 is the day that Hindus and Sikhs across the province will be celebrating Diwali and Bandi Chhor Divas, religious holidays of East Indian origin


Whereas Brampton has a total population of more than 700, 000 residents


Whereas according to the 2016 census, Brampton is comprised of 197, 360 residents of East Indian Origin, including Hindus and Sikhs


Whereas there were 313 273 eligible voters in Brampton’s 2018 Municipal Elections


Whereas Section 9.1(6) of the Election Act pertaining to the Provincial elections specifies the following:


Alternate day


(6) If the Chief Electoral Officer is of the opinion that a Thursday that would otherwise be polling day is not suitable for that purpose because it is a day of cultural or religious significance, the Chief Electoral Officer shall choose another day in accordance with subsection (7) and recommend to the Lieutenant Governor in Council that polling day should be that other day, and the Lieutenant Governor in Council may make an order to that effect.  2005, c. 35, s. 1 (3); 2007, c. 15, s. 40 (1).


Therefore be it resolved that

- the same provision in place for election days that fall on cultural or religious significance at the Provincial level, be applied at the Municipal level
- Brampton City Council submit a request to the Provincial government to change the Election date from Monday October 24, 2022 to an alternative date that does not fall on a religious holiday celebrated widely by residents of Brampton

Moved by Regional Councillor Palleschi
Seconded by Regional Councillor Santos


WHEREAS The authority of municipal government in Ontario is established by the Municipal Act, 2001


WHEREAS The Municipal Act, 2001 permits the provincial government to create municipal corporations that are bound by federal and provincial rules


WHEREAS The Municipal Act, 2001 sets out rules for Ontario Municipalities and recognizes them as a responsible and accountable level of government


WHEREAS The Act gives municipalities broad powers to pass bylaws and govern within their jurisdiction


WHEREAS The Act also outlines requirements for municipalities including practices and procedures, accountability and transparency, and finance


WHEREAS Members of Council at the City of Brampton are bound to the Municipal Act, 2001 when elected into their roles


WHEREAS Council members are bound by policies and procedures as set out by the Municipal Act, 2001


WHEREAS Recent Council decisions have been in contravention of the Municipal Act, 2001, lacking accountability, transparency and a disregard for existing policies and procedures


WHEREAS It is the responsibility of elected representatives to maintain the rule of law and correct systemic flaws and avoid repeating mistakes


THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT All Council members take mandatory Municipal Act training at the start of the Council term


THAT All Council members take a mandatory Municipal Act training review annually to ensure they are up-to-date on practices, procedures, accountability and transparency so that they may fulfill their roles to the best of their abilities


AND FURTHER THAT upon completion of mandatory training, Council members sign a pledge confirming their commitment to honour the Municipal Act, 2001 

Note: In accordance with the Procedure By-law and Council Resolution, the Referred Matters List will be published quarterly on a meeting agenda for reference and consideration. A copy of the current Referred Matters List for Council and its committees, including original and updated reporting dates, is publicly available on the City’s website.

Note: This item was withdrawn under the Approval of Agenda

15 Minute Limit (regarding any decision made at this meeting)


During the meeting, the public may submit questions regarding decisions made at the meeting via email to the City Clerk at cityclerksoffice@brampton.ca, to be introduced during the Public Question Period section of the meeting.

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19.1
^ Closed Session Minutes - City Council Special Meeting - May 31, 2022

 

19.2
^ Closed Session Minutes - City Council Meeting - June 1, 2022

 

19.3
^ Closed Session Minutes - City Council Special Meeting - June 7, 2022

 

19.4
^ Note to File - Committee of Council Meeting - June 8, 2022

 

19.5
^ Open Meeting exception under Section 239 (2) (e) and (f) of the Municipal Act, 2001:

 

Litigation or potential litigation, including matters before administrative tribunals, affecting the municipality or local board; and, advice that is subject to solicitor-client privilege, including communications necessary for that purpose - Ontario Land Tribunal matter

19.6
Open Meeting exception under Section 239 (2) (c) of the Municipal Act, 2001:

 

A proposed or pending acquisition or disposition of land by the municipality or local board - property acquisition matter

Note: This item is to be removed from the agenda as it is no longer required given circumstances have changed since this item was originally listed on the June 15, 2022 City Council agenda.

Note: This item was withdrawn under the Approval of Agenda

19.7
^ Open Meeting exception under Section 239 (2) (f) of the Municipal Act, 2001:

 

Advice that is subject to solicitor-client privilege, including communications necessary for that purpose - legal advice

Note: This closed session report is included on the Council meeting agenda as supplementary information to Open Session staff report Item 10.3.3 re. Staff Supplementary Report re. Request for a Development Charges Deferral from Umbria Developers Inc. for a Residential Townhouse Development.

19.8
^ Closed Session Minutes - Special Audit Committee Meeting - June 15, 2022

 

19.9
^ Closed Session Note to File - Committee of Council Meeting - June 22, 2022

 

19.10
Open Meeting exception under Section 239 (2) (c) and (k) of the Municipal Act, 2001:

 

A proposed or pending acquisition or disposition of land by the municipality or local board; and, a position, plan, procedure, criteria or instruction to be applied to any negotiations carried on or to be carried on by or on behalf of the municipality or local board - a property disposition matter

19.11
^ Open Meeting exception under Section 239 (2) (c) of the Municipal Act, 2001:

 

A proposed or pending acquisition or disposition of land by the municipality or local board - a property acquisition matter

19.12
^ Open Meeting exception under Section 239 (2) (c) and (k) of the Municipal Act, 2001:

 

A proposed or pending acquisition or disposition of land by the municipality or local board; and, a position, plan, procedure, criteria or instruction to be applied to any negotiations carried on or to be carried on by or on behalf of the municipality or local board - a property acquisition matter

19.13
^ Open Meeting exception under Section 239 (2) (d) and (f) of the Municipal Act, 2001:

 

Litigation or potential litigation, including matters before administrative tribunals, affecting the municipality or local board; and advice that is subject to solicitor-client privilege, including communications necessary for that purpose - an Ontario Land Tribunal matter

19.14
Open Meeting exception under Section 239 (2) (c) and (k) of the Municipal Act, 2001:

 

A proposed or pending acquisition or disposition of land by the municipality or local board; and, a position, plan, procedure, criteria or instruction to be applied to any negotiations carried on or to be carried on by or on behalf of the municipality or local board - a property disposition matter

19.15
Open Meeting exception under Section 239 (2) (e) and (f) of the Municipal Act, 2001:

 

Litigation or potential litigation, including matters before administrative tribunals, affecting the municipality or local board; and advice that is subject to solicitor-client privilege, including communications necessary for that purpose - a litigation matter

Next Meetings:


Tuesday, August 9, 2022 – 9:30 a.m. (Special Meeting)


Wednesday, August 10, 2022 – 9:30 a.m.

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