Quarrels with Quarries
Hosted by Katie Krelove, WC Ontario Campaigner
Aggregate mining — for gravel, sand and rocks — is big business in Ontario. The pits and quarries that go into getting these building blocks of construction also pose significant threats to wetlands, farmland, wildlife habitat and drinking water. The current Ontario government has made moves to reduce restrictions on where and how gravel pits and quarries are permitted, and it's important that we all have the tools to stand up for the nature that protects us. Join this webinar to hear from experts about Ontario's policy that regulates (or doesn't) aggregate extraction and from communities that are fighting back to protect the land they love. We will also give you ways to take action to prevent deregulation of the aggregate industry.
Graham Flint: Gravel Watch Ontario
Ramani Nadarajah: Canadian Environmental Law Association
Dr Jacqueline D. Litzgus: Professor, Department of Biology Laurentian University
Jeff Monague: Knowledge Keeper, Beausoleil First Nation
Topic: Quarrels With Quarries Webinar
Time: Jun 17, 2020 06:30 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
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