Ontario Premier Ford step back from developing Greenbelt a win for the Haldimand Tract

It’s a win for the Haldimand Tract. At least that’s what Six Nations Elected Council’s (SNEC) Consulation and Accommodation Process Team (CAP) are celebrating after the Ford government walked back its plans to build on the Greenbelt and expand urban areas. In its monthly report for October and November the CAP Team told SNEC’s Political Liaison Committee meeting (November 27). Peter Graham, Consultation Supervisor said meetings and advocacy work for the Greenbelt and urban expansion have concluded with Ontario taking steps to reverse its decisions to remove land from the Greenbelt and force municipalities like Hamilton and Waterloo to expand their urban areas. The move came in October after Ford’s decisions and motives for the Greenbelt were investigated by the province’s integrity commissioner, the OPP (who handed off the investigation…

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