Source Water Protection

Boy drinking water - Source Water Protection

Looking for information about Source Water Protection in the Credit River Watershed?

The CTC (Credit Valley, Toronto and Region and Central Lake Ontario) is a source protection region as described in O. Reg. 284/07 under the Clean Water Act. The CTC region gets its name from the first letter of each of its three source protection areas: Credit Valley, Toronto and Region, and Central Lake Ontario. The CTC Source Protection Region is one of 19 source protection regions in Ontario.

Please visit the CTC website for more information. The CTC site contains valuable information on drinking water sources in the CTC Source Protection Region and will offer the most up-to-date and reliable information on Source Water Protection activities in the region.

The site provides residents and landowners in the CTC with the information they need to understand Source Water Protection.

There are three Assessment Reports  – one for each Source Protection Area within the CTC Source Protection Region:

Visit the CTC website

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