Tag Archive "greenbelt"

Bill 108

Bill 108 Addresses Ontario’s Housing Crisis

This month, Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing Steve Clark introduced Bill 108: The More Homes, More Choice Act as a proposed suite of legislative changes to address Ontario’s housing crisis, increase the supply of ...

Greenbelt

Mayor and Council concerned Bill 66 could jeopardize the Greenbelt and more

Oakville Town Council is opposing parts of the provincial government’s Bill 66 that could jeopardize the Greenbelt and other environmental protections.

Shore line of Creek

Municipal Leaders for the Greenbelt applaud Crombie Report Recommendations

The recommendations of the Crombie Report are a positive high-level step towards improving Ontario’s Greenbelt and Growth Plans, and Municipal Leaders for the Greenbelt (MLGB) support the province embracing and enacting the report recommendations in a timely ...

Clear cutting field

Results of the April 14 Public Information meeting regarding Saw-whet

Thank you to the over 600 people who attended the meeting. It is heartening to see so many people interested enough in this matter to come out on a beautiful spring evening. I hope you ...

Singular Trillium in Bloom

Oakvillegreen Hosts a Headwater Hike at 14 Mile Creek

Amongst Oakville’s many trails and green spaces, 14 Mile Creek stands out as an important urban river valley with upstream connections to headwater features such as groundwater recharge areas, ephemeral streams and wetlands.

Karen Brock Photographer, People tour woodlands during the fall

Town Council Meeting renews commitment to saving Merton Lands

There are 2 items of news that resulted from last night’s Council meeting: a motion concerning Saw-whet and a resolution concerning the Merton Lands and the Greenbelt. 1. Regarding Saw-whet Thank you to the hundreds ...

Town acts to grow Greenbelt in Oakville

Council acted unanimously to add more land under the urban river valley designation of the Greenbelt Plan; upon approval by the province, the move will ensure that designated public lands will continue to be used ...