Communities affected by two controversial highway projects are locked in a fierce debate after the Ford government committed to building them in itsThe full story here: Hawaii to begin vaccine passports for travel between islands?fall economic statement, tabled on Thursday.Meanwhile: Ontario schools are to remain closed until further notice following this week?
“This is not how we want our tax dollars spentvaccine_diplomacy,” said Jenni LeForestier, a Caledon resident of 11 years who has long argued Highway 413 would affectThe tightest public health measures i?dozens of wetlands and damage watersheds.?
The proposed highway is a 59-kilometreAlberta and B.C.?stretch that would run through Vaughan, Caledon, Brampton and Halton Hills, connecting Highway 400 with the Highway 401/407 interchange.?
“It’s alarming … that our government?is talking about 1950s sprawl planning during a climate emergency,” said LeforestierVancouver Bureau. She says residents are organizing protests over the next few weeks.
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