Local By-laws and Regulations

Treasure Island LPAT Appeal Postponed

Submitted by lwrawebmaster on Tue, 05/12/2020 - 08:35

From Kirstin Maxwell at the Town, in answer to President Ball's question:

"At this point all LPAT proceedings have been suspended until June 30 – and I don’t know what the rescheduling backlog will look like, if they intend to bump the cases scheduled after that too. "

So everything is on hold pending resolution of the Covid-19 pandemic.

Noise By-law

One person's meat is another man's potatoes, as they say. So what one person considers reasonable noise might be considered a horrendous racket to another. In our society, we have laws to carefully balance the rights of one person against the rights of the others.

Dock, Boathouse and other Shoreline Construction

Submitted by lwrawebmaster on Sun, 12/15/2019 - 16:08

Projects Near Water

 

If you are conducting a project near water, it is your responsibility to ensure you comply with all applicable regulations. The Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources, the Federal Department of Fisheries and Oceans and Transport Canada all have overlapping responsibilities and sometimes conflicting requirements. The following is a composite of some of the most common issues that our members may face. 

 

The Dock Primer

Submitted by lwrawebmaster on Sun, 12/15/2019 - 15:35

 Produced by Fisheries and Oceans Canada in association with Cottage Life               

ONTARIO EDITION

Note: This is a web-freindly version. You can download a PDF version by clicking here .

THE DOCK PRIMER

Shoreline and Stewardship

Submitted by lwrawebmaster on Sun, 12/15/2019 - 15:13

Confused by jargon like "litoral zone" and "eutrophic lakes"? This is a series of easy-to-understand articles and statements by Fisheries and Oceans Canada to help you live in harmony with your waterfront.

If you never read anything else on the subject, make sure you read "The Shore Primer".