May 12th, 2020
Dr John Cherry at the Elmvale Flow from the Stockholm International Water Institute Dr John Cherry is named the 2020 Stockholm Water Prize Laureate for discoveries that have revolutionized our understanding of groundwater vulnerability. His research has raised awareness of how groundwater contaminat...
May 3rd, 2020
Tiny Council meets virtually Have an opinion you want to share with council? North Simcoe municipalities will let you participate in meetings virtually by Andrew Mendler Midland Mirror April 30 2020 Residents in Penetanguishene and Tiny Township will now be able to participate in council meetings ele...
Apr 18th, 2020
A rendering of the proposed ERRC on Horseshoe Valley Road. ‘If we look at David and Goliath as an analogy, they’re taking away our slingshot and our rock,’ says one of the opponents of the Horseshoe Valley Road project ]By: Jessica Owen Orillia Matters With funding for the County of Simc...
Apr 15th, 2020
Apr 8th, 2020
By Emma McIntosh National Observer The Ontario government has suspended key environmental protection oversight rules, saying they could hinder its response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The change allows the Progressive Conservative government to push forward projects or laws that could significantly imp...
Mar 8th, 2020
The Elmvale Flow, with the Waverley Uplands in the distance. -AWARE Simcoe photo From AWARE Simcoe Calling all Water Warriors! The water is still flowing. But it faces a very real threat from aggregate extraction on the Waverley Uplands, the recharge area for this amazing resource for which we are pr...
Feb 4th, 2020
It starts at the table From the Simcoe County Greenbelt Coalition An hour and a half north of Toronto there is a constant stream of cars pulling over to the side of the road. People get out, walk to the back of their vehicle, open the trunk and lift out jugs, which they carry to […]...
Jan 30th, 2020
The following is an Objector’s Response to a January 3 2020 letter from CRH Canada Group Inc. Objectors (there are 178) are those who registered in a process under the Aggregate Resources Act. Those who did not register can’t respond under this process but can continue to fight to protect the water i...
Jan 23rd, 2020
Waverley Uplands Updated with responses from Tiny Township, FoTTSA, Wilf Ruland, Nahuises AWARE News Network There’s a process going on at the moment under the provincial Aggregate Resources Act (ARA) that involves the 178 objectors who registered their opposition to the proposed Teedon Pit ex...
Jan 23rd, 2020
The following is an Objector’s Response to a January 3 2020 letter from CRH Canada Group Inc. Objectors (there are 178) are those who registered in a process under the Aggregate Resources Act. Those who did not register can’t respond under this process but can continue to fight to protect...