Apr 5th, 2011
from NDACT newsletter April 5 2011 Letters of objection to the Highland Company’s proposal for a 2,400 acre 200 foot below the water table open pit limestone mine are urgently needed. Letters must be signed and contain your return mailing address and be mailed or delivered to both the Ministry ...
Apr 3rd, 2011
By WES KELLER Orangeville Citizen March 31 2011 Shelburne council is joining Melancthon in seeking a 120- day extension to the statutory 30-day time allowed for responses to the quarry application by The Highland Companies, and the township is lobbying other municipalities to follow suit. The Shelbur...
Mar 31st, 2011
Minister of Natural Resources tells Melancthon they can "get a nice golf course" out of project By Kate Harries AWARE Simcoe March 31 2011Highland Companies has filed an application for what would be the largest and deepest quarry in Ontario, in the headwaters of five major rivers – the Pine, the Gra...
Mar 14th, 2011
From the Council of Canadians March 10 2011Yesterday, Sylvia Jones, a Conservative Member of the Provincial Parliament in Ontario, rose at Queen’s Park and made this statement to the legislative assembly, “I rise today with concerns over comments the Liberal Minister of Natural Resources, Linda Jeffr...
Mar 2nd, 2011
By Rob O'Flanagan Guelph Mercury Mar 02 2011GUELPH — The Ontario Ministry of the Environment is being asked to consider certain activities related to the rehabilitation of sand, gravel and stone extraction sites as potential threats to drinking water....
Jan 29th, 2011
Pellegrini supports motion out of Scugog King Sentinel January 26 2011Mayor Steve Pellegrini has attended his first meeting of the Greater Toronto Countryside Mayor’s Alliance (GTCMA), and he said he came away with the good impression of the group. ...
Nov 20th, 2010
By KELLY GRANT Globe and Mail November 16 2010A controversial quarry proposed for a bucolic corner of the Greater Toronto Area is now all but dead. ...