Update (January 8): the Region of Waterloo Planning & Works Committee has voted to reject Schedule 10 of Bill 66, and reaffirm its support for good planning and meaningful public consultation. Lower-tier cities and townships have yet to vote on this issue.
Update (January 8): the Township of Wellesley Council has voted to not support Schedule 10 of Bill 66.
Update (January 14): the Township of Wilmot, City of Kitchener, and City of Waterloo Councils have voted to not support Schedule 10 of Bill 66.
Update (January 15): the City of Cambridge and Township of Woolwich Councils have voted to not support Schedule 10 of Bill 66.
Bill 66 is a serious threat to Waterloo Region’s water quality and supply, agricultural and rural communities, natural ecosystems, and the continued smart growth of its urban cores. (View the proposed changes)
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