Time Running Out To Save Provincially Significant Wetlands in Thorold

Tell Niagara Region to Stop Extension of Merritt Road through Wetlands

A Call-Out from Liz Benneian, a director of Biodiversity and Climate Change Niagara, a large coalition of individuals and conservation-related groups across Niagara Posted November 16th, 2021 on Niagara At Large Your last chance to have your say on whether the Region should destroy Provincially Significant Wetlands to extend and widen Merritt Road in Thorold will be on Wednesday, December 1st, at 6 p.m. To join the online presentation go to: https://niagararegion.ca/projects/regional-road-37/ on the day of the event. The Regional study team has rejected all other possibilities and is solely focused on this plan which will destroy acres of woods and wetlands.

I have attached the comments Biodiversity and Climate Action submitted to the Planners back in June. Please feel free to use them in your comments. Comments can also be submitted directly to Maged.Elmadhoon@niagararegion.ca or Jeff.Suggett@woodplc.com

To read the entire message on this issue, click on –  https://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=598837254902330&id=114688909983836

About Biodiversity and Climate Action Niagara – Biodiversity and Climate Action Niagara (BCAN) is a collective of Niagara’s environmental groups and citizens that advocates for proven municipal best practices and policies that protect and enhance local biodiversity and combat climate change.  For more about this citizen’s coalition, click on Biodiversity and Climate Action Committee – Niagara

NIAGARA AT LARGE Encourages You To Join The Conversation By Sharing Your Views On This Post In The Space Following The Bernie Sanders Quote Below.

“A Politician Thinks Of The Next Election. A Leader Thinks Of The Next Generation.” – Bernie Sanders


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