OSSGA News

Fall 2017 Issue of Avenues Now Online! October 17, 2017
The issue includes fantastic insights into the world of aggregate.
Coordinated Plan Review October 11, 2017
On October 4th OSSGA submitted comments to the MNRF regarding the proposed mapping of the natural heritage system in the Growth Plan.
Axle Weight Project Update October 11, 2017
The MTO has committed to opening scales for the sole purpose of collecting data points for the OSSGA axle weight project.
Duty to Consult Guidelines October 10, 2017
The Ministry of Indigenous Relations & Reconciliation (MIRR) has announced revised Draft Guidelines for ministries on the Duty to Consult.
REMINDER: The Deadline for OSSGA’s Industry Recognition Awards is November 3rd! October 4, 2017
We want to hear about the great work you and your company are doing in the areas of community relations, progressive rehabilitation and property enhancement.
Important New Wetlands Created in Southern Ontario September 27, 2017
The Ontario Stone, Sand & Gravel Association (OSSGA) has released a study on the creation of wetland features at former aggregate pits and quarries within the Greenbelt, Oak Ridges Moraine and the Niagara Escarpment Plan Areas.
Recent OSSGA Briefings September 25, 2017
OSSGA has released briefings regarding comments on Bill 139 and proposed changes to the OMB, as well as updates to the ARA.
The world is running out of sand — and you’d be surprised how significant that is September 11, 2017
From fracking to the construction boom, sand has become such a hot commodity that ‘sand mafias' have sprung up that illegally mine and sell it on a black market
Mark Your Calendars - Upcoming Indigenous Engagement Seminar September 8, 2017
OSSGA will be hosting an Indigenous Engagement Seminar on November 16th at Casino Rama Resort.
Updates on the Extractive Sector Transparency Measures Act August 17, 2017
With the first ESTMA reporting cycle coming to a close, Natural Resources Canada (NRCan) is pleased to announce that, as of August 10, 2017, links to 683 individual, consolidated, and substituted reports have been published on the NRCan website.