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Facing change and guiding Ontario into the next quarter century
In May 2019, Ontario proposed regulatory changes intended to make it safer and easier for more excess soil to be reused locally and reduce barriers to revitalize historically contaminated lands. It includes the following, all under the Environmental Protection Act:
These regulatory changes would support delivery of our Made-in-Ontario Environment Plan commitment to protect our land by taking steps to properly manage local soil and brownfields, ensure valuable resources don’t go to waste, and manage the risk of contaminants and by redeveloping brownfields. This session would provide an overview of the package and an update on progress.
Note: the content of this presentation is subject to change, depending on the status of this regulation.