Advocacy

Caledon Council advocates on behalf of our citizens to influence legislative, regulatory and policy changes at all levels of government.

Upcoming Advocacy

Association of Municipalities of Ontario

The Town of Caledon is participating in the Association of Municipalities of Ontario annual conference. This year's conference includes keynote speakers, expert panels, breakout sessions and engagement with provincial representatives, among other opportunities to discuss and debate municipal issues.

The 2022 conference will be held in-person in Ottawa from August 14-17, 2022.

2022 AMO Conference Town Positions include:

Caledon-Vaughan GO Line
Continue to support the Caledon-Vaughan GO Line business case to completion and include the rail service in the next Metrolinx Regional Transportation Plan Update with an in-service date of before 2041.
Local Planning Equity
Provide local municipalities equity in control of local planning matters with respect to growth, settlement areas and boundary expansions, transit areas and employment lands.
Climate Change
Enact policies and legislation and deliver funding programs that support municipal action on climate change adaptation and mitigation and enable a low carbon transition.
Finance 

Commit to a provincial-municipal fiscal framework that is stable, sustainable and affordable for property taxpayers.

Infrastructure
Invest in public infrastructure such as roads, transit, active transportation and energy infrastructure that is low-carbon, climate adaptive, accommodates growth and supports healthy and safe communities.
Broadband
Accelerate the allocation of broadband funding and address broadband gaps ensuring affordable broadband rates of residents and businesses.
Affordable Housing

Work with municipalities to advance policies and programs that expedite a full range of affordable rental, independent living and multi-storey housing options.

Infrastructure Management

Invest in public infrastructure such as roads, transit, active transportation and energy infrastructure that is low-carbon, climate adaptive, accommodates growth and supports healthy and safe communities.

Traffic Safety

Consider installing a Red-Light Camera at the intersection of Highway 10 and Charleston Sideroad and placing an Automated Speed Enforcement camera within the community safety zone along Highway 10 in Caledon Village.

Air Quality Monitoring

Work with the Town to establish ongoing active air quality monitoring in Caledon.

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Local Government Contacts

Member of Parliament

Kyle Seeback
Federal Riding: Dufferin-Caledon
Constituency Address: 229 Broadway, Unit #2
Orangeville, ON L9W 1K4
Phone: 1-866-941-1832 (toll free) or 519-941-1832
Email: Kyle.Seeback@parl.gc.ca 

Member of Provincial Parliament

Sylvia Jones
Provincial Riding: Dufferin-Caledon
Constituency Address: 244 Broadway Avenue
Orangeville, ON L9W 1K5
Phone: 519-941-7751
Email: sylvia.jones@pc.ola.org