You are invited to attend a public meeting on Monday, June 3 at Mississauga’s Central Library to provide feedback on the City of Mississauga’s plan to develop a Municipal Services Corporation (MSC) to promote tourism.
City staff will provide details on the proposed structure for supporting and promoting Mississauga as a tourism destination, and the reasons for making this change.
A public meeting with a presentation by City staff about the need to create an MSC, an independent non-profit organization, wholly owned by the City. It will meet the requirements of the Government of Ontario’s new law for the use of revenues collected from Municipal Accommodation Tax (MAT), also known as the hotel tax. This tax supports promotion of tourism in Mississauga. The presentation will also include information on the City’s Tourism Master Plan and current tourism plans.
Monday, June 3, 2019 at 6 p.m.
Tourism-related businesses such as hotels, short-term rentals (such as Airbnb and HomeAway), restaurants, attractions, Business Improvement Areas, Mississauga Board of Trade and residents
Mississauga Central Library, Noel Ryan Auditorium
301 Burnhamthorpe Rd. W.
Mississauga, ON, L5B 3Y3
On February 7, 2018, City Council approved the implementation of a MAT. This law went into effect on April 1 of 2018. Government of Ontario legislation requires 50 per cent of the MAT funds collected by a municipality be directed to an eligible non-profit organization. The City is proposing to form an MSC for this purpose.
For further information please contact the City of Mississauga Tourism Unit at email@example.com.