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OLA Recommendations for a New Animal  Care Act in Ontario

OLA Recommendations for a New Animal Care Act in Ontario

[ 0 ] February 17, 2019 |

OLA Recommendations for a New Animal Care Act in Ontario. Introduction: The Ontario Landowners Association has been taking calls for help from animal owners across Ontario for the past fifteen years. Because of our experience in this area, and with the OSPCA Act now being ruled “unconstitutional”, we feel that it is our responsibility to […]

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Fix The Law – OSPCA

Fix The Law – OSPCA

[ 0 ] February 17, 2019 |

Hello to all people involved in animal agriculture in Ontario My name is Tom Black.  I am a fourth-generation farmer from Stittsville, Ontario. I am also the past president of the Ontario Landowners Association (OLA), a position I held for 7 years. Five years ago, in 2013, the OLA, with the help of lawyer Kurtis […]

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Site Alteration Bylaw

Site Alteration Bylaw

[ 0 ] September 15, 2017 |

Site Alteration By-Law – what’s in it for you? In 2014, Mayor Jim Watson promised the Greenspace Alliance to bring forward a site alteration by-law. He further promised to lobby Provincial government for stronger penalties against landowners who act illegally.    http://greenspace-alliance.ca With this by-law Greenspace Alliance hopes to stop the massacre of trees in […]

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LEAR Review, Coach Houses and More

LEAR Review, Coach Houses and More

[ 0 ] November 25, 2016 |

November 23, 2016 Re: File Number: ACS2016-PIE-PGM-0183 Official Plan Amendment 2016 On behalf of the Carleton Landowners Association (CLA), I would like to extend my thanks to Councillor Scott Moffatt for attending our Board meeting on November 14th. The information provided at the meeting was helpful in clarifying many of our questions on a variety […]

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Should Ottawa Be Officially Bilingual?

Should Ottawa Be Officially Bilingual?

[ 0 ] October 4, 2016 |

Should Ottawa become a bilingual city, or should it remain as it is? CBC is having 2 online polls – Have your say: http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/ottawa/ottawa-bilingual-debate-analysis-1.3782476 http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/ottawa/ottawa-official-bilingual-watson-wynne-1.3766207

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Alert! More Wind Turbines Coming to Eastern Ontario!

Alert! More Wind Turbines Coming to Eastern Ontario!

[ 0 ] June 27, 2015 |

The Prescott Russell Landowners Association (PRLA) quickly pulled together a public information meeting held at the Russell Legion on June 19th. The purpose of the meeting was to alert residents of Prescott Russell of the proposed industrial wind turbine projects already underway in the county and to let people know about upcoming public meetings hosting […]

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Do You Know What AMPS Is?

Do You Know What AMPS Is?

[ 0 ] June 9, 2015 |

Do you know what AMPS is? An insightful article by Shirley Dolan in the April/May 2015 Landowner Magazine spells out in detail, why we should be wary of AMPS – the Administrative Monetary Penalty System. “Friends of mine alerted me to this proposed new system which is described on the Ontario Attorney General’s webpage. Otherwise, […]

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Landowners Association of New Brunswick

Landowners Association of New Brunswick

[ 0 ] January 12, 2015 |

by Shirley Dolan On September 15th, a group of about 100 people attended an historic meeting in Sussex, New Brunswick. This was the inaugural meeting of the New Brunswick Landowners Association. On hand to assist the group to get started were MPP Jack MacLaren, his wife Janet, and Elizabeth (Liz) Marshall, Director of Research for […]

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International Property Rights Conference

International Property Rights Conference

[ 0 ] August 30, 2014 |

            We would like to thank our guests and informative speakers who joined us at the Ontario Landowners Association’s International Property Rights Seminar! We are working on providing some online information from the day – check with the OLA site for updates. OLA site for more info!  

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Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee – D-5-5 restriction should be removed.

Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee – D-5-5 restriction should be removed.

May 2, 2014 |

Since the meeting in Osgoode of the Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee (ARAC) at which nine delegates spoke out against the City of Ottawa’s practice of making the provincial guideline D-5-5 a condition of severance, the Carleton Landowners Association has continued to press for the removal of this requirement. For the most part, ARAC’s position […]

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