Axle Weight Pilot Project Finished August 26, 2019
The objective of the pilot project was to develop a database that will help standardize the way allowable gross weights and axle weights are collected, stored and used for compliance.
TEMPLATE Letter for Members to Use to Submit Responses to ERO Posting on Growth Plan February 13, 2019
The government has submitted a proposal to make Modifications to O. Reg. 311/06 (Transitional Matters - Growth Plans) made under the Places to Grow Act, 2005 to implement the Proposed Amendment to the Growth Plan for the Greater Golden Horseshoe, 2017. OSSGA has made the point to the government that the current policy framework is not working. Approvals for new mineral aggregate operations in Southern Ontario are taking up to 10 years to complete the process. There are too many overlapping policies and inconsistent approaches between the Provincial Plans, Regional Official Plans, Local Official Plans and Conservation Authority policies regarding the management of this essential non-renewable resource.
Specification Alert February 6, 2019
Please be advised that there have been changes made to Aggregate Specifications for OPSS 1002, April 2018. This revised specification has been included in several MTO tender documents recently, most notably MTO Contract #2018-2024, Hwy 400 & Hwy 89 Interchange, Closing Feb. 14, 2019 and has raised concerns with many suppliers.
Avenues Winter 2019 Issue Now Available! February 5, 2019
The newest Winter 2019 issue of Avenues Magazine is now available online!

North Spirit Lake First Nation Community Based Land Use Plan: Invitation to Participate

February 12, 2018 at 1:34 PM

North Spirit Lake First Nation is leading preparation of a Community Based Land Use Plan (CBLUP) working together with the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry (MNRF). As part of Ontario’ Far North Land Use Planning Initiative, the planning process proceeds under the authority of North Spirit Lake First Nation and Ontario, per the Far North Act, 2010.

The CBLUP process has three (3) stages; this invitation to participate is the first stage. The next stage is preparation of the Draft Plan, and final stage is preparation of the Final Plan.

Notice of the opportunities for consultation with each stage will be posted on the Environmental Registry of the Environmental Bill of Rights website at: