Earlier this week, a delegation from the City of Mississauga attended the Association of Municipalities of Ontario’s (AMO) 2023 conference in London, Ontario, where they met with government officials, including cabinet ministers, opposition party leaders, MPPs and industry stakeholders to discuss Mississauga’s priorities.
In attendance from the City was Councillor Alan Tedjo, Ward 2; Councillor Joe Horneck, Ward 6; Councillor Dipika Damerla, Ward 7; Councillor Matt Mahoney, Ward 8; Councillor Brad Butt, Ward 11; as well as Shari Lichterman, Mississauga’s City Manager and Chief Administrative Officer and Geoff Wright, Commissioner of Transportation and Works.
During the conference, Mississauga’s delegation had the opportunity to discuss priority issues facing the city, including housing affordability and the tools needed to get housing built quickly, investing in infrastructure and transit, job growth, and support for key industries including small businesses, tourism and cultural industries.
Mississauga had meaningful discussions at the #AMO2023 conference with ministers and opposition parties on our key priorities, including:
🏗️ investing in infrastructure and transit
💲support for key industries
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— City of Mississauga (@citymississauga) August 23, 2023
Individual meetings took place with the Cabinet Ministers and representatives from the following portfolios:
- Tourism, Culture and Sport
- Attorney General
- Economic Development, Job Creation and Trade
- Labour, Immigration, Training and Skills Development
The Mississauga delegation also met with the leaders and caucus members from the Ontario New Democratic Party (NDP), Ontario Liberal Party and the Ontario Green Party.
Learn more about Mississauga’s priorities with the provincial government.
SOURCE: City of Mississauga