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Our Drinking Water Safer to Drink Thanks to Minister Approved CTC Source Protection Plan

The Source Protection Plan directs municipalities, provincial ministries and other agencies to adopt specific policies or include the plan in legal decision-making to protect sources of municipal drinking water. Landowners, businesses and farmers are responsible for complying with the policies and specific actions as directed through the plan.The approved Source Protection Plan takes effect on Dec. 31, 2015.


Boyd Conservation Area -- A Natural Gem in the City

A fascinating article on TRCA's Boyd Conservation Area, highlighting the intricate trail system and what you might find while out for a walk there.


Search in Toronto's waterfront stepped down after no further Asian carps found

After more than 550 person hours, the coordinated search for Asian Grass Carp along Toronto's Lake Ontario waterfront by Fisheries and Oceans Canada (DFO), the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry (MNRF) and Toronto and Region Conservation (TRCA) has been called off by DFO.


Blossoms and Butterflies in Scarborough Hydro Corridor thanks to Weston Family Parks Challenge

The vision is to build and naturalize a greenway trail connecting the Lower Don River Trail to Rouge Park. Building on the 88-acres of naturalization to date, diverse partners and local community members will work together to plant a 25-acre native wildflower butterfly habitat.


Invasive Grass Carp Found on Toronto's Waterfront

Two Asian Grass Carp have been found within a contained pond in Tommy Thompson Park along Toronto's Waterfront.