The Ministry of the Environment intends to ban the burning of used oil (i.e. waste-derived fuel) for the purposes of space heating. As such, a proposed amendment to Regulation 347 under theEnvironmenta
The Province has amended the transition regulation with respect to the Growth Plan to clarify how official plan amendment applications commenced prior to June 16, 2006 are to be treated.
O. Reg. 324/06
On April 21, 2006, The Minister of the Environment announced approximately $10 million in funding for municipalities in support of source protection planning to accomplish the goals of the proposedClean
The provisions of Ontario's Environmental Protection Act that will make the filing of a Record of Site Condition mandatory in a number of circumstances where a change in property use occurs (regardless
As part of the ongoing implementation of the Walkerton Inquiry reccommendations, the Ministry of the Environment has filed a number of new regulations under theSafe Drinking Water Act, 2002.
In a decision dated May 13, the Ontario Court of Appeal unanimouslyupheld the City of Toronto's jurisdiction to pass a pesticide ban.The Court determined that, absent an express direction in theMunicipal
Bill 133, theEnvironmental Enforcement Statute Law Amendment Act, will be considered by the Standing Committee on the Legislative Assembly on Thursday May 12. The Bill proposes changes to theEnviroment
Bill 136, thePlaces to Grow Act, has been reported back to the Legislative Assembly from the General Government Committee with amendments, and ordered for third reading.UPDATE Bill 136 has now received