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Minister Rod Phillips Releases Statement on the Great Lakes St. Lawrence...

Ontario’s Minister of the Environment, Conservation and Parks Rod Phillips issued the following statement on June 16, 2019 at the conclusion of the Great Lakes...

Celebrating the Winners of the 2019 Water’s Next Awards

  The 2019 Canadian Water Summit played host to the Water’s Next Awards Gala, celebrating the people, projects, and technology that are making substantial contributions...

Great Lakes Guardians’ Council Meets to Discuss Challenges and Opportunities

Rod Phillips, minister of the environment, conservation and parks and Grand Council Chief Glen Hare co-chaired the Great Lakes Guardians' Council on April 23,...

Government of Ontario Undertaking Consultations to Improve Conservation Authorities

The Government of Ontario is undertaking consultations to ensure conservation authorities focus and deliver on their core mandate of protecting people, property, and natural...

Government of Ontario to Convene Great Lakes Guardians’ Council

On April 23, the Government of Ontario will convene the Great Lakes Guardians' Council, in memory of Josephine Mandamin, to discuss emerging issues around...

Ontario’s Annual Report on Drinking Water Quality 2017–18

At the end of November, Ontario’s Acting Chief Drinking Water Inspector, Mili New, released the province’s annual report on drinking water quality for 2017–2018. The...

Ontario Releases New Environment Plan

The Government of Ontario has released its new environment plan, which outlines its intentions to improve water quality and manage climate change. “This plan strikes...

Federal Carbon Tax is a Lost Opportunity for Some Canadian Provinces

In Tuesday's announcement of the federal carbon tax, Ontario, New Brunswick, Manitoba, and Saskatchewan will find fewer opportunities than under other emissions reduction models. In...

Ontario Undertakes Public Consultation on Environment Policy

The Government of Ontario has undertaken public consultation on how to best tackle environmental challenges following its cancellation of the previous government’s cap-and-trade policy. “We...

Ontario Government Supports Watershed Conservation in Muskoka Region

The Ontario government has announced a $5-million investment in a watershed conservation and management initiative to better identify risks and issues facing the Muskoka...

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