Heritage Advisory Committee

Meeting #:
Council Chambers, Civic Centre, 2nd Floor
300 City Centre Drive, Mississauga, Ontario, L5B 3C1
And Online Video Conference
  • Councillor Stephen Dasko
  • Councillor Carolyn Parrish
  • Councillor Brad Butt
  • George Carlson
  • David Cook
  • Richard Collins
  • Chirine Constantini
  • Alexander Hardy
  • James Holmes
  • Antoine Musiol
  • Terry Ward
  • Matthew Wilkinson
  • Lucy Zita

Participate Virtually, Telephone OR In-Person 
Advance registration is required to participate and/or make a comment in the meeting. Questions 
and/or Presentation Materials must be provided in an advance of the meeting. Comments 
submitted will be considered as public information and entered into public record.

To register, please email and for Residents without access to the internet can register by calling Martha Cameron, Legislative Coordinator at 905-615-3200 ext. 5438 no later than Friday, April 7, 2023  before 4 PM. Directions on how to participate will be provided. 

Please note the Heritage Advisory Committee will be streamed and a video will be posted afterwards.

Martha Cameron, Legislative Coordinator, Legislative Services
905-615-3200 ext. 5438 | Email:

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“We acknowledge the lands which constitute the present-day City of Mississauga as being part of the Treaty and Traditional Territory of the Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation, The Haudenosaunee Confederacy the Huron-Wendat and Wyandotte Nations. We recognize these peoples and their ancestors as peoples who inhabited these lands since time immemorial. The City of Mississauga is home to many global Indigenous Peoples.

As a municipality, the City of Mississauga is actively working towards reconciliation by confronting our past and our present, providing space for Indigenous peoples within their territory, to recognize and uphold their Treaty Rights and to support Indigenous Peoples. We formally recognize the Anishinaabe origins of our name and continue to make Mississauga a safe space for all Indigenous peoples.”

Each Deputation to Committee is limited to speaking not more that 10 minutes. Committees only.

Pursuant to Section 57.1 of the Council Procedure By-law 0044-2022, as amended:

Deputations shall be received and the matter shall be referred to staff for a report, unless there is a resolution or recommendation passed to “receive” the Deputation. After a Deputation is completed, Members shall each have one opportunity to make a preamble statement and ask questions to the Deputant(s) or staff for clarification purposes only, and without debate.

No questions were registered by the public.

May 9, 2023 at 9:30 AM