Conservation Authorities Conservation Ontario: Redundant & Grasping for Power

Published January 16, 2019

When the Conservation Authorities were introduced, they were meant to be an advisory body that provided specific areas of Ontario, as creatures of the municipalities and the Ministry of Public Works, information and an ability to eliminate flooding and erosion.

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When the Conservation Authorities were introduced, they were meant to be an advisory body that provided specific areas of Ontario, as creatures of the municipalities and the Ministry of Public Works, information and an ability to eliminate flooding and erosion. As with a number of different agencies, such as Ontario Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (OSPCA) inspectors, Ministry of the Environment (MOE) inspectors, By-Law Inspectors, to name a few, the Conservation Authorities are not, lawfully, to expand beyond their legislative authority, and yet they frequently do.

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