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  • Celebrating Two Billion Containers Returned

    Recycling Containers Protects the Environment and Creates Employment April 17, 2014 11:15 a.m.  Ministry of the Environment “Thanks to Ontario residents, two billion alcohol containers have been recycled into new products through the Ontario Deposit Return Program. Alcohol containers such as plastic and glass bottles, aluminum cans,  bag-in-box wine containers and Tetra Pak containers can […]

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    January 15, 2014 Ι THE ONTARIO GAZETTE/LA GAZETTE DE L’ONTARIO “ONTARIO REGULATION 305/13 made under the WASTE DIVERSION ACT, 2002 Made: November 27, 2013 Filed: November 29, 2013 Published on e-Laws: November 29, 2013 Printed in The Ontario Gazette: December 14, 2013 Amending O. Reg. 84/03 (USED TIRES)” Read More Page 46 (3176)

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  • Province Improving Online Learning

    January 15, 2014 Ι Ontario Giving Postsecondary Students More Flexibility “January 13, 2014  1:10 p.m. Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities                         Ontario is creating a Centre of Excellence for Online Learning to give students across the province one window of access to high-quality, transferable online courses, while reducing course duplication.” Read more:

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  • Local Air Quality in Ontario – New and Updated Fact Sheets

    November 22, 2013 | Local Air Quality | Fact Sheets and Other Material New and updated fact sheets and other material regarding the Local Air Quality Regulation were recently posted on the Ministry’s website ( .  Some examples include:  Fact Sheet – Ontario’s Local Air Quality Regulation (O.Reg.419/05) Fact Sheet – Framework on Managing Risk […]

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  • News Release – Turning Spill Penalties into Environmental Benefits

    “Ontario to Award Grants for Community Projects September 27, 2013 1:00 p.m.Ministry of the Environment Ontario is using penalties collected from environmental violations to fund 10 projects to restore and protect the environment. Projects being funded include waterway habitat improvements, shoreline tree plantings, and spill prevention.” Read more:

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