Re-Elect Our Councillor Pat Saito

Leadership. Integrity. Experience.

With an annual opening budget of $2.4 billion and a capital budget of $.7 billion, the Region of Peel provides a wide range of services to our community.

As your Regional Councillor, I work hard to keep this budget as low as possible by finding more efficiencies and reducing duplication with city services.  In 2018, the Region’s budget increased by 2.6% with a 1% impact on the property tax bill.  The biggest driver was the Peel Regional Police budget.  While Council does not control the operations or the budget of the police, we do give final approval to the budget that has already been vetted and approved by the Police Services Board.  We do not see line by line costings so it is hard to make changes.

Some of the more recent legislation passed by the province give the region even more responsibility in the area of Planning.  This can result in duplication of staff with the city and I am carefully looking at how we can avoid this.

In order to reduce duplication in road management, I chaired a task force that reviewed the ownership and operations of regional arterial roads.  In our community, this includes Britannia, Derry and Erin Mills Parkway.  It was a long process but in the end we moved maintenance to the city thus reducing the existing duplication of staff and operations.

Election Night Party

Please join us on Election Night to watch the results come in. The party is at Shoeless Joe's Meadowvale Town Centre and starts at 8:00 pm.

Key Dates

Election Day in the City of Mississauga will be held on:
Monday, October 22, 2018

Advance Polls will be held on:
October 5, 6, 13 and 14, 2018

When and Where to Vote

What Ward 9 is Saying

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Pat Addresses What Matters to Ward 9

Your Ward 9 Councillor Since 1991

Pat Saito was first elected to Council in the City of Mississauga and Region of Peel in 1991. Prior to her election, Pat worked for 5 years as a Public Affairs Officer for the City.

Pat believes that in order to be an effective member of Council, you have to know your community and be involved in all aspects of its life. This, along with a wide range of involvement on various committees and boards gives Pat the perspective needed to make the right decisions at Council.

Pat has a long history of community involvement in Ward 9 and in the City of Mississauga and Region of Peel. It is this experience that enables Pat to represent Ward 9 to the fullest.