Nine applicants made oral submissions to participate in the Inquiry. The transcripts of the hearing are available here:
Commissioner Mr. Justice Wilton-Siegel will hold two events in the Council Chambers of Hamilton City Hall this week. On Thursday, the public is invited to learn more about the Inquiry at a public meeting to be held from 7 to 9 p.m. On Friday, nine applicants will make oral submissions to participate in the Inquiry, beginning at 10 a.m. Both events will be broadcast live on Hamilton’s Cable 14. Anyone wishing to view either event online can watch the livestream at www.cable14now.com/RHVPI. Recordings of each event will be available by early next week and can be viewed then here: www.cable14now.com/RHVPI/VOD.
Applications were received to participate in the Red Hill Valley Parkway Inquiry (RHVPI). Read the Commissioner's Reasons and Decision on publication of and oral submissions respecting applications to participate and seek funding here. The applications can be found here.
The Red Hill Valley Parkway Inquiry (RHVPI) will hold a public meeting on January 9, 2020 in the Council Chamber of Hamilton City Hall 7-9 p.m. See our News Release for more information.
Applications to participate in public hearings at the Red Hill Valley Parkway Inquiry (RHVPI) are now open. Applications to participate and seek funding must be sent to email@example.com by November 29, 2019 at noon. If the Commissioner determines oral submissions would assist him, a hearing will be held in January 2020. Here are the rules regarding applications to participate and seek funding, as well as an application form and a media release.
In early 2019, the City of Hamilton received information regarding a 2013 friction report related to the Red Hill Valley Parkway.
On April 24, 2019, the City passed a resolution pursuant to s. 274 of the Municipal Act, 2001 requesting the Chief Justice of Ontario to appoint a Superior Court judge to investigate matters related to the disclosure of the friction report.
The Honourable Mr. Justice Herman J. Wilton-Siegel was appointed to preside over the inquiry in May 2019.
Judicial Inquiries are a way for governments to examine issues and problems outside the regular legislative process. They can help communities benefit from independent, neutral examination of public issues. Public inquiries can also help shape public policy and make recommendations that will serve the public in future.