Maps

The Proposed #ProtectOurWaters Plan

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The proposed "bluebelt", the map of vulnerable hydrological areas developed by the #ProtectOurWaters coalition. The areas identified include threatened headwaters, moraines, groundwater recharge and discharge areas, wetlands, rivers and streams. 

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Proposed Study Area Map

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The Province released a proposed study area map in 2017 as part of the consultation process.

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Proposal Comparison

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See how our proposal compares with the Provincial Study Area.

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2017 Updated Greenbelt Plan Map

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The Province's added 21 urban river valleys and associated coastal wetland areas to the Greenbelt in 2017.

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 Simcoe County 

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Simcoe County’s vulnerable surface and groundwater systems, including the globally significant Minesing Wetland.

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 Grand River Watershed 

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Moraines and groundwater recharge areas in the Grand River watershed that provide clean drinking water to 80% of local residents.

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Brant County

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 Headwaters 

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Headwaters of rivers that flow through Peel, York, Durham and Toronto and reduce flooding for millions of residents.

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 Northumberland County 

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The Lake Iroquois shoreline in Northumberland County that supports a thriving farming and rural community.

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