Toronto was the venue for the G20 Summit from June 26-27, 2010: Prior to the G20 Summit, Regulation 233/10 under the Public Works Protection Act was passed by the province. The Regulation established a geographical area in the City of Toronto to be designated a "public work" for the purposes of the Act, during the period of time that the G20 Summit was being held in Toronto. This Regulation received a lot of attention from the media and also was brought up in the House. On September 14, 2010, Speaker Steve Peters ruled on a point of privilege that was submitted to him in writing by Randy Hillier. The Member's point of privilege was based on the above Regulation. Mr. Hillier felt that his privileges had been breached by the Regulation in two ways: first, that the Regulation was put into operation without the prior consultation of the Legislative Assembly of Ontario; and second, that the Member felt the Premier and former Minister of Community Safety and Correctional Services were unsuccessful in clarifying the scope of application of the Regulation.