New Environmental Bill of Rights Registry
Ontario has re-designed its Environmental Registry in an effort to make it easier for users to inquire about, and participate in, government decision-making on what affects Ontario’s environment. New features are as follows:
- Map-based searching to help users find out what is happening in their community.
- “MyEBR” which will allow users to customize your access to information including frequent searches.
- Improved access to supporting documentation related to notices on the Registry.
- On-line comment submission and improved access to comments submitted on proposals on the Registry.
Click here for a link to the new Registry.
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