LOISS Technical Update Session – 2014

On March 24, 2014 CVC held a technical update session highlighting what has been accomplished to date for the Lake Ontario Integrated Shoreline Strategy. The session also highlighted the future direction of the shoreline strategy and identified gaps in our understanding of the complex shoreline environment.

Invitations to this  multi-agency session were extended to key CVC staff, as well as representatives from the City of Missisauga, Peel Region, Toronto and Region Conservation, the Ministry of Natural Resources, Environment Canada, the Department of Fisheries and Oceans, University of Guelph and Conservation Halton.

Presentations from the Technical Update Session

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