For immediate release: December 7, 2017
Province’s plan to expand Greenbelt protection to vulnerable water systems applauded but bigger area needed
More than 12 years ago, urban sprawl and gridlock in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) were completely out of control and rapid development threatened the region’s water and food sources.
Province maps out new nature and farm protection for the Greater Golden Horseshoe
Ontario’s Greenbelt stays protected and will grow, as long as implementation promises are kept and oversight is done properly
The Ontario Greenbelt Alliance provides detailed recommendations to the Provincial government on OMB reform and key policies that need to be addressed as part of the OMB review.
Toronto, ON – Today, more than 70 members of the Ontario Greenbelt Alliance (OGA) and the Municipal Leaders for the Greenbelt (MLGB) from across the Greater Golden Horseshoe came to Queen’s Park to
Today the Ontario Greenbelt Alliance (OGA) released a map highlighting the potential harmful impacts of more than 650 requests, by developers and municipalities to the Ontario government, to remove
York Region/Toronto/Hamilton – Today the Ontario Greenbelt Alliance (OGA) released a map highlighting the potential harmful impacts of more than 650 requests, by developers and municipalities to th
TORONTO, ON – The Ontario Greenbelt Alliance (OGA), a coalition of over 120 organizations across Ontario, is pleased by the province’s plans announced today to grow and strengthen the Greenbelt whi
Toronto, ON – The Ontario Greenbelt Alliance (OGA) is pleased with the recommendations on Ontario’s Greenbelt and Growth Plans put forward by the panel led by former Toronto Mayor David Crombie.
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