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New Niagara, Ontario Group Organizing To Oppose Any Plans By Conservation Authority To Destroy What’s Left Of Region’s Ancient Wetlands

January 30, 2016

Niagara At Large

By John Bacher

Posted January 29th, 2016 on Niagara At Large

After more than forty years of work in environmental and social justice causes in Niagara, Ontario, I am delighted to see the emergence of an informed, popular movement to protect and celebrate our threatened ecosystems.

This January 27th, more than 200 people mobilized to protest a proposed change to provincial wetland policy which could possibly undermine the protected status of provincially significant wetlands.

Could what is left of ancient swamps forest like this in Niagara be "off set" to make way for paved development? The Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority is beginning to explore the idea of doing just that. Could what is left of ancient swamps forest like this in Niagara be “off set” to make way for paved development? The Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority is beginning to explore the idea of doing just that.

A follow up to this event will be held on Saturday, February 6th at 7pm at Mahtay Cafe, located at 241 St. Paul Street in downtown St. Catharines, by a newly formed group, Youth For Wetlands

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