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.
CELA's Theresa McClenaghan will be speaking on this webinar about protecting groundwater in Waterloo Region, a municipality that manages over 120 wells that supply groundwater to homes and businesses across Waterloo Region alongside thousands of private wells that also depend on clean and safe groundwater. Experts and community members will discuss threats to groundwater and the importance of protecting it.
CELA's response to this consultation posted to the Environmental Registry of Ontario
Application filed with the Environmental Review Tribunal.
Richard Lindgren and Theresa McClenaghan, CELA counsel, wrote a letter in reply to the Ministry of the Environment, Conservation and Parks' response to CELA's application for review under the Environmental Bill of Rights of the Clean Water Act, 2006 and a significant regulation that affects drinking water in Ontario.
CAMQ statement prepared by Danielle Emon, CAMQ Executive Member to the Local Planning Appeal Tribunal in a proceeding commenced under subsection 11(5) of the Aggregates Resources Act, R.S.O. 1990, c. A.8, as amended. Download statement: LPAT-File-MM180027_CAMQ_Participant-statement-March-2-2020