A Tribunal is a person or group of persons upon which a statutory power of decision is conferred by or under statute. Tribunal hearing are not governed by the Municipal Act, 2001 or the City’s Procedural By-law but instead are governed by their establishing legislation, the Statutory Powers and Procedures Act, R.S.O. 1990 (“SPPA”) and procedures established under the SPPA. Tribunals are subject to certain open meeting requirements as provided by their establishing legislation, the Statutory Powers and Procedures Act, R.S.O. 1990 (“SPPA”) and/or Procedures established under the SPPA as applicable.
A quasi-judicial body governed by the Statutory Powers Procedure Act R.S.O. 1990. Chapter S.22 that has the authority to decide that a license be granted or refused, suspended or revoked, or may impose conditions on a licence, on the grounds of such decision provided for in the City of Hamilton Licensing Code By-law 07-170, as amended.
The 2023 fee for submitting an Appeal to the Hamilton Licensing Tribunal is $187.00 ($165.49 + HST)
The following forms can be accessed here:
Licensing Appeal Process
Licensing Appeal Form
Authorization to Act as Agent
Loren Kolar, Legislative Coordinator
Telephone: 905-546-2424 ext. 2604
|Name||Position||Term Start||Term End||Status||Appointed By|
|Clark, Brad||Chair||15 Nov 2022||14 Nov 2026||Active||Council|
|Francis, Matt||Councillor||15 Nov 2022||14 Nov 2026||Active||Council|
|Tadeson, Mark||Vice Chair||15 Nov 2022||14 Nov 2026||Active||Council|
|Wilson, Alex||Councillor||15 Nov 2022||14 Nov 2026||Active||Council|