Through the recently proclaimed subsection of the Conservation Authorities Act, many changes have been enacted which will affect the provision of Conservation Authority Programs and Services.
Regulation 687/ 21 (3) states that every Authority shall, on or before December 31, 2021:
(a) develop a Transition Plan that includes a timeline for the Authority to meet the requirements for the first and second phases of the transition period, as set out in this Regulation;
(b) send a copy of the Transition Plan to each participating municipality in the Authority’s area of jurisdiction and to the Ministry Environment Conservation and Parks; and
(c) publish a copy of the Transition Plan on the Authority’s website or make the Transition Plan available to the public by such other means as the Authority considers advisable.
The Catfish Creek Conservation Authority (CCCA) has created a Transition Plan to circulate to our participating municipalities to meet the mandatory requirements of Regulation 687/ 21(3). The plan includes timelines for developing and delivering required inventories and agreements. The plan, was adopted by the Board on November 19th, 2021 at our Full Authority meeting. Click Here to Read.