CELA has been retained to represent a residents' group in Napanee regarding an upcoming Ontario Land Tribunal hearing on a proposed asphalt plant.
Tag: pits and quarries
Ontario’s Land Use Compatibility Guideline
CELA provided these general and specific comments in response to Ontario's proposed Land Use Compatibility Guideline (ERO Posting 019-2785)
ERT Decision – Federation of Tiny Township Shoreline Associations vs. MECP re Permit to Take Water
The Environmental Review Tribunal has granted the Federation of Tiny Township Shoreline Associations (FOTTSA), represented by CELA lawyers, leave to appeal a Permit to Take Water issued by the Ministry of Environment, Conservation and Parks under the Ontario Water Resources Act. The Permit concerns aggregate washing for a gravel pit operation in Tiny Township, Simcoe County.
Permit to Take Water Leave to Appeal Application filed on behalf of the Federation of Tiny Township Shoreline Associations
Application filed with the Environmental Review Tribunal.
Blog: A Look Back at CELA’s 50th Anniversary Year
CELA's Executive Director Theresa McClenaghan reflects on CELA's 50th anniversary year, and outlines CELA's priorities for 2021.
Proposed Regulation Amendments Under the Aggregate Resource Act Favour Producers Over Local Residents
CELA filed a letter in response to the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry regarding proposed changes to Ontario Regulation 244/97 and Provincial Standards under the Aggregate Resources Act.