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Troubled Waters Ahead: An Evaluation of Shoreline Land Use Policies for Water Quality Protection in Renfrew County, Ontario
Increases in the rate and extent of lakeshore development along inland lakes in Ontario are adversely impacting water quality. Despite growing awareness, there is a lack of knowledge about the land use policies and tools ...
Finding Common Ground: A Critical Review of Land Use and Resource Management Policies in Ontario, Canada and their Intersection with First Nations
This article provides an in-depth analysis of selective land use and resource management policies in the Province of Ontario, Canada. It examines their relative capacity to recognize the rights of First Nations and Aboriginal ...
Transitioning Towards a Development Permit System: Recommendations for the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing
Since 2007, Ontario Regulation 608/06 now provides all municipalities with the authority to establish a development permit system (DPS); however, much of this regulatory power and its functions are largely misunderstood ...
An Evaluation of Ontario Provincial Land Use and Resource Management Policies and Their Intersection with First Nations with Respect to Manifest and Latent Content - Summary Table
This summary table entitled An Evaluation of Ontario Provincial Land Use and Resource Management Policies and Their Intersection with First Nations with Respect to Manifest and Latent Content represents a condensed version ...