Have you been wondering recently how you can be greener or what companies provide green services and products. You can find out some of this information by attending the Green Building summit on December 2 at Oakville’s Town Hall at 1225 Trafalgar Road. [Read more...]
With all the screaming heard throughout our community over the last many months regarding the environment, one cannot be surprised that cries have been heard regarding the amount of signs littering the streets during this election season.
A victory may have been won for the Town of Oakville against the fight to stop the building of the new power station on the Ford plant property. The South West GTA Air Quality Task Force has made a recommendation that no new major pollution source should be allowed in the Oakville-Clarkson Airshed. [Read more...]
The Bronte Creek spill is still causing issues for Oakville. Gasoline spilling out of the Trans-Northern Pipelines Inc. pipe into Bronte Creek was more serious than first believed. Containers were setup following the spill and an environmental cleanup was required by the Town of Oakville.
With the recent explosion of a power plant in the United States, many in Oakville are asking the Premier of Ontario to implement a immediate moratorium on the proposed Oakville power plant coming to Oakville. The Town of Oakville has spent $350,000 so far with costs expected to cost another $1 million.
Do you want to know more about the 900-megawatt gas-fired power plant potentially being built in Oakville? Don’t miss the open house on Wed. Feb. 10 at 4-9:30 p.m. to find out more. [Read more...]
The Town of Oakville has approved the new Health Protection Air Quality bylaw putting polluting industries on notice. Oakville is the first Ontario jurisdiction to regulate pollutants like the ones noted in this bylaw. [Read more...]
The Citizens of Clean Air are stepping up their campaign to stop the Oakville Power Plant. The organization recently sent a letter to the Minister of the Environment asking for an independent environmental assessment. [Read more...]
TransCanada is appealling a recent decision by the Ontario Municipal Board (OMB) to uphold a special interim control bylaw.
The Citizens for Clean Air (C4CA) held a meeting at John Knox Christian School attracting over 400 people to hear what can be done to ensure this development is stopped.
With the new 900-megawatt gas-fired power plant just around the corner, the time is more urgent than ever to increase the opposition to this power station being built in Oakville.