COUNCIL INFORMATION PACKAGENovember 5, 2020Table of ContentsItem FromSubjectPage1Town of Halton HillsGreenhouse Gas Pollution1-22Halton Police BoardInternational Holocaust RemembranceAlliance Definition of Antisemitism3-43Halton Region5-64Town of OakvilleRegional Official Plan Review – TheDowntown Burlington UGC and MTSASupplementalProposed Regulation under theOntario Heritage Act (Bill 108)5Jamie Tellier, Interim Director ofCommunity PlanningOctober 20, 2020 Council WorkshopFollow Up9-106Municipality of St. CharlesBroadband InfrastructureImprovements7Jen Knight, City Manager’sOfficeDelegated Authority Reports approvedin August, September and October20207-81112-13



To:The Regional Municipality of HaltonThe City of BurlingtonThe Town of Halton HillsThe Town of MiltonThe Town of OakvilleCanadian Police BoardsFrom:Rob Burton, Chair, Halton Police BoardDate:October 30, 2020Re:International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance Definition of AntisemitismDear Sirs/Mesdames:On June 25, 2019, the Hon. Pablo Rodriguez, PC, MP, then-Minister of Canadian Heritage andMulticulturalism, announced that the Government of Canada would adopt the InternationalHolocaust Remembrance Alliance’s (IHRA) definition of anti-Semitism as part of Building aFoundation for Change: Canada’s Anti-Racism Strategy 2019–2022.The IHRA’s definition, explained further at its website, is as follows:“Antisemitism is a certain perception of Jews, which may be expressed as hatredtoward Jews. Rhetorical and physical manifestations of antisemitism are directedtoward Jewish or non-Jewish individuals and/or their property, toward Jewishcommunity institutions and religious facilities.”Accordingly, at its meeting of October 29, 2020, the Halton Police Board adopted the followingresolution:THAT the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance (IHRA) definition ofantisemitism as adopted by the Parliament of Canada be endorsed by the HaltonPolice Board, and;THAT the Board Chair write a letter to the Councils of the Regional Municipality ofHalton, the City of Burlington, the Town of Halton Hills, the Town of Milton, the3

Town of Oakville and all Police Boards in Canada encouraging them to endorsethe IHRA definition.I invite you to consider adopting a similar resolution at your respective Councils and Boards inorder to demonstrate support for Canada’s Jewish Community.Sincerely,Rob BurtonChair, Halton Police Board4

From: ROPR [email protected] Sent: Friday, October 30, 2020 2:25 PMTo: Arjoon, Kevin [email protected] Subject: Regional Official Plan Review – The Downtown Burlington UGC and MTSA SupplementalDiscussion Paper - City of BurlingtonDear Kevin,We’re reviewing our Regional Official PlanGet involved and have your say!Over the past few months, Halton Region has been engaging with our community as we review theOfficial Plan. We thank all participants for their feedback to date.As part of the review process, we are now looking for feedback on a new supplemental discussion paperabout the Major Transit Station Area and Urban Growth Centre in Downtown Burlington. The Region hasbeen working with the City of Burlington to reconsider the Major Transit Station Area designation and toexamine options to adjust the Urban Growth Centre boundary to generally align with lands around theBurlington GO Station.The full discussion paper can be downloaded from our summary webpage:Downtown Burlington Urban Growth Centre and Major Transit Station Area SupplementalDiscussion Paper (Integrated Growth Management Strategy)Public Information Centres (PICs)You are invited to attend a virtual Public Information Centre (PIC) on this supplemental Discussion Paperonline or by phone on the dates and times listed below. Two PICs will be held to accommodate theschedules of as many participants as possible. The same presentation will be given at the beginning ofeach meeting and will be followed by a Question and Answer period. To join a meeting:Online: Visit on the date of the PIC to access the Zoom webinarBy phone: Call 1-855-703-8985 (Toll Free) and use the meeting IDs below. Those joining byphone are not to submit questions live during the meeting—please email [email protected] or call311 to submit questions in advance of the PIC. You can check closer to themeeting to download a copy of the presentation in order to follow along.PIC 1Thur., November 19, 2020 1 p.m.Call 1-855-703-8985 (Toll Free) or 647-374-4685 or 647-558-0588 or use this link to join via Zoom5

Meeting ID: 965 8371 6047 Passcode: 930488PIC 2Wed., November 25, 2020 7 p.m.Call 1-855-703-8985 (Toll Free) or 647-374-4685 or 647-558-0588 or use this link to join via ZoomMeeting ID: 980 8592 6459 Passcode: 930488You can also email our team at [email protected] to submit comments directly to project staff or request amore focused consultation session to address your interests. We would be pleased to assist you.In addition to the above, you can participate in the review process by completing our topic-specificquestionnaire on the supplemental Discussion Paper by December 22, 2020.Until October 30, 2020, you can also share your feedback on the five theme areas described in our July24, 2020 email, in two ways:Respond to our general questionnaire: Provide high-level feedback on the other five DiscussionPapers relating to the Regional Official Plan.Complete our technical questionnaire: Provide detailed feedback on the other five DiscussionPapers relating to the Regional Official Plan. This questionnaire is designed to enable participantsto only answer those questions for which they have interest in.To learn more about the review process, submit questions in advance or request presentation materials,visit, email [email protected] or call 311 to connect with a member of the project team. Wewould be pleased to assist you. You can also sign up to receive updates by email.If you require an alternative format or need accessibility-related accommodation, please [email protected] or call 311, 1-866-442-5866 or TTY 905-827-9833.6



To:Mayor and Members of CouncilFrom:Jamie Tellier, Interim Director of Community Planningcc:Heather MacDonald, Kevin ArjoonDate:October 29, 2020Re:October 20, 2020 Council Workshop Follow UpOn October 20, 2020, Council held a workshop where the Community Planning Departmentprovided an overview of their workload looking forward. The staff presentation served as aroadmap of the Community Planning workplan for the next couple years.Several Community Planning initiatives were discussed with consideration for staff capacity, budget,and timing. An outcome of the workshop was a request for staff to provide a memo thatsummarizes the anticipated City initiatives identified in the presentation with an estimated costbreakdown. The table below departs from the order of the workshop presentation and provides theinformation organized by the anticipated start year.The following table summarizes those costs:InitiativeFunctional Designand Future StateFee ReviewUrban DesignPre-Building PermitConsolidated ReviewProcessBusiness ProcessImprovements inServices andStandardsWinter TemporaryPatiosArea Specific Plans MTSAsStart YearBudgetRequestNeeded20202020YesNo 1,200,000.00 * 48,880.002020NoN/AStatusApproved in principlewith multiyearimplementation planIn progressBird Friendly andDowntown guidelinesunderway2020NoN/AIn progress2020NoN/AIn progress2020NoN/A2021Yes 500,000.00In progressPending 2021 BudgetrequestEstimated Cost9

Housing Strategy2021NoTBDDigital TransitionComprehensiveZoning By-lawReview2021Yes 2,300,000.002021Yes 400,000.00Heritage StudyOld Lakeshore Road& Waterfront Hotel2022YesTBD2022YesTBDCore CommitmentTotal knownEstimated Costs2022YesTBDTerms of reference inprogressPending 2021 Budgetrequest (ITS)Pending 2021 BudgetrequestPending 2022 BudgetrequestPending 2022 BudgetrequestPending 2022 Budgetrequest 4,448,880.00* Estimated Cost that is net tax supported and not covered by development application fees.If you have any questions, please contact me.Sincerely,Jamie Tellier, MCIP, RPPInterim Director of Community PlanningPlanning & Building Department10


CITY MANAGER’S OFFICEReport No. CM-31-20November 4, 2020To:Mayor and Members of CouncilFrom:Jen Knight, City Manager’s OfficeRecommendation:For information only.Subject:Delegated Authority Reports approved in August,September and October 2020DepartmentReport #SubjectDecisionRoads, Parks andForestryRPF-23-20DA-56-20Supply and delivery of ¼ton pick up truck, ½ ton pickup truck, ¾ ton pick uptruck, 1 ton pick up truck,cargo vans and mini vans(multi year contract)Award of contract to East CourtFord Lincoln Sales Ltd.,Agincourt, ON.Correction Memo re: Net HSTamounts dated Sept. 17, 2020Roads, Parks andForestryRPF-30-20DA-75-20Tender for supply anddelivery of winter sandAward of contract to SummitAggregates KW Inc., Ayr, ON.Roads, Parks andForestryRPF-31-20DA-81-20Leaf haulage and disposalservicesLegalL-21-20DA-70-20License agreement for cityowned land at 4008 AppleValley LaneAward of contract to BudgetEnvironmental Disposal Inc.,Hamilton, ON.Authorized the licenseagreement for a five-year termcommencing May 1, 2020.LegalL-33-20DA-80-20License agreement withHydro One Networks parking lot at Brock Elgin/Ontario StreetsAuthorized the license of landrenewal agreement.TransportationTS-25-30DA-79-20Snow plowing/saltingdowntown municipal lots,museums and animalcontrolAward of contract to CedarSprings Landscape Group Inc.,Oakville, ON.Capital WorksCW-29-20DA-10-20Assumption of city-ownedparcels of public highwayAssumed parcels of land aspublic highway.Capital WorksCW-30-20DA-76-20Waterdown Road advancedworksAward of tender to RankinConstruction Inc., Hamilton, ON.Capital WorksCW-31-20DA-77-20Asset managementconsulting servicesAward of contract to GMBluePlan Engineering, Guelph.12

DepartmentReport #SubjectDecisionCapital WorksCW-32-20DA-78-20Consulting Services forAppleby Creek ErosionControl, detailed designPhases 1 and 2Award of contract to AquaforBeech Limited, Mississauga,ON.EICSEICS-20-20DA-74-20Beachway Pavilion – deckreplacement and washroomupgradesAward of contract to Caird-HallConstruction Inc.EICSEICS-23-20DA-82-20Consulting services forMountainside PoolRevitalization ProjectAward of contract to architectsTillmann Ruth Robinson Inc.,London, ON.EICSEICS-25-20DA-85-20Mainway Rec Centre Lighting and MCCReplacementAward of contract to EEL LineCorporation, Ajax, ON.Respectfully submitted,Jen KnightCity Manager’s Office13