This document establishes fish community objectives and provides a wide range of recommendations to protect, enhance and rehabilitate the aquatic ecosystem of the Credit River Watershed.
Planning and development of Indigenous place-making along the Credit Valley Trail (CVT) is led by the CVT Indigenous Roundtable (IRT). The IRT is comprised of community members from several Indigenous nations in Canada including community members and Elders from the Missisaguas of the Credit First Nation (MCFN) as well as community members from the Credit River Metis Council, Cree, Anishinaabe and Huron-Wendat First Nations.
CVC’s Sustainable Forest Management Plan (SFMP) provides direction for forest management for the next 20 years (2021- 2040), with a review and update scheduled for 2030. The overarching goal of the SFMP is to maintain and restore forest health, improve biodiversity and strengthen the resilience of forests in the watershed – on lands owned by CVC, municipal partners, and private landowners.
The Management Plan for Island Lake CA (2021) guides park management and operations, infrastructure development, natural resource management, recreation and programming, and community partnerships over a 25-year timeframe. Implementation planning, including costing and phasing, is also provided.
Public survey results for Island Lake Conservation Area Management Plan. Survey results will inform the development of the management plan,
influence strategic directions and help to focus consultation activities.
Smart blue roof and rainwater harvesting system optimization engineering design brief outlines the project background, main project objectives, permitting requirements, legislative requirements as well as the system final design being carried forward to construction.