Oak Ridges Corridor Conservation Reserve (ORRCR) is undergoing a plan called Oak Ridges Corridor Park East Management Plan. This plan will continue until December 2020. This is a plan to construct more trail within the park.the result of this act will improve trails as well as way-finding and signage system on site while protecting sensitive and valuable ecological landscapes.
More than 100 Groups Call on Province to Grow the Greenbelt, Protect Water Supplies; Urban Sprawl Threatens 1.5 Million Acres of Critical Water Resources
Toronto, ON — Over 100 community groups, including the Oak Ridges Moraine Partnership and Ontario Greenbelt Alliance, are requesting that the provincial government grow the Greenbelt to protect 1.5 million acres of land containing vital water resources.
The ongoing Greenbelt Plan review represents a unique opportunity to permanently protect important headwaters, moraines, groundwater recharge areas and wetlands. These vital water systems supply clean drinking water directly to one million people and help provide a clean source of drinking water to millions more in the Greater Golden Horseshoe.
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The Oak Ridges Moraine is a landform unique to southern Ontario. One of Ontario’s largest moraines, the Oak Ridges Moraine extends 160 kilometres from the Niagara Escarpment in the west to the Trent River system in the east, and is on average 13 kilometres wide. One-hundred-and-fifty metres deep, the moraine stands out as one of the most distinct landscapes of southern Ontario. Its height above the flat lands to the north and south, its rolling hills and river and stream valleys and large blocks of mixed forest provide solace and a sense of connection to the people who live, work and play on the moraine, natural and wild habitat for flora and fauna, and untapped recreational opportunities.
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Here is a PDF document that reports on the update of the Water and Waste water Master Plan for The Regional Municipality of York. The updated Master Plan will guide investments in water and wastewater systems to support the Region’s projected growth to 2041.
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