Do you know about trail etiquette?

Wednesday, March 12, 2014

Ontario Trails News - News from Ontario's Trails

Development News
There was a recent meeting of stakeholders to the Ontario Place Revitalization Stakeholder Advisory Committee meeting. We truly appreciate the feedback and comments on the developed design of the urban park and waterfront trail. As I mentioned at the meeting, we will be sending you a draft meeting summary for your review and feedback. 
Our next SAC meeting will be held later this spring/summer and will provide a preview of the final park and trail design.
Also, we hope you will be able to join us at our upcoming public meeting on Wednesday, March 19th
If you are unable to attend in-person, we encourage you to access the meeting via webcast or participate in our online consultation component,  available until March 31st.  I would appreciate your help in spreading the word  through your various channels and networks about this exciting project and our upcoming public consultation opportunities.
Feel free to contact Alena Grunwald (Alena.Grunwald@Ontario.ca) or myself should you have any questions. Thank you once again for your interest and commitment.
Sandeep Persaud
Director
Ontario Place Revitalization Branch
Your park. Your ideas.
You’re invited to provide input on the proposed conceptual design for the new urban park and waterfront trail at Ontario Place. We want to hear your feedback!

Metro Toronto Convention Centre,
South Building, Room 701
222 Bremner Boulevard
Toronto, ON M5V 2W6

Wednesday, March 19, 2014
6 – 9 p.m.
Presentations begin at 6:30 p.m.

Design presentation and facilitated session
for gathering feedback and ideas.

Map of the new park and trail location at Ontario Place. Situated on the far east side of Ontario Place, next to the East Island and south of Ontario Place boulevard.

Closed captioning and American Sign Language interpreters will support the meeting. If you have any accessibility requirements, please email or call us at 416-212-2161

NEW: Can’t attend in person? Participate online
Materials and feedback forms from the meeting will be available online beginning March 

Participate on Twitter by using #ontarioplace or follow us at @ExploreON.

Jobs in Trail Environs
The Resource Planner is responsible to communicate Provincial and Conservation Authority policies and to coordinate responses stating the Authority's position regarding environmental resources through: municipal planning matters including the Planning Act applications under the Conservation Authorities Act through the Development, Interference with Wetlands and Alterations to Shorelines and Watercourses Regulation (Ontario Regulation 150/06) projects under the Environmental Assessment Act and applications under other legislation. This position reports to the Supervisor of Planning.

More information - - http://www.grandriver.ca/Careers/careers.cfm?id=377





Job Opening. Forestry.
Northumberland County is advertising for a new, full-time position: Forest Trails Coordinator. If you are interested in maintaining the County Forest's recreational trail infrastructure and working with the summer trail crew, then check out the attached ad.

Legal Input Sought
Is there a law in Ontario you think needs to be changed? The Law Commission of Ontario (LCO) reviews existing provincial laws to see whether they can be improved or repealed or whether circumstances require new laws. We also review government policy and practices.


The LCO welcomes law reform proposals from individuals and organizations, including academics, jurists, lawyers, community and advocacy groups, labour organizations, businesses and members of the public. We are accepting proposals until March 21, 2014. This is the second and final call for proposals for projects to begin later this year and to take us into what we hope will be our third mandate beginning in January 2017.
Please be aware that the LCO does not provide funding for others to undertake projects, but undertakes Board-approved projects in-house.
For more information about making a proposal, and to find out how the LCO selects projects, see our website. See the range of projects we have completed and are undertaking now. You can learn about our funders and supporters and more about the LCO at www.lco-cdo.org.
Contact us at lawcommission@lco-cdo.org
Enhanced by Zemanta