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Toronto and Region is home to a vibrant ecosystem that provides environmental and social benefits to local communities

Together with community groups and partners, including Environment Canada, The Ontario Ministry of the Environment and Climate Change, the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and Toronto and Region Conservation (TRCA), we are managing the health of the local environment and working to reduce the harmful effects of increased urbanization on our natural spaces.

The representatives from these organizations manage the Toronto and Region Remedial Action Plan (RAP) and contribute to projects that improve the environmental conditions within the Great Lakes.


  • Toronto and Region RAP workplan
    Toronto and Region RAP workplan

    A great diversity of projects contribute to the achievement of Toronto and Region RAP objectives.

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  • About the Toronto and Region RAP
    About the Toronto and Region RAP

    Toronto and Region is one of 40 locations around the Great Lakes where local environmental degradation may be causing harm to the wider Great Lakes system. These locations, referred to as Areas of Concern (AOCs), are located in Canada (15 sites), the United States (25 sites), and in some cases are shared between the two countries (5 sites).

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  • Resources
    Resources

    Find all the detailed documents here; project reports, useful links and your guide to the terms we use.

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  • What you can do!
    What you can do!

    Your everyday actions towards sustainability contribute to the health of our local communities. Volunteer Stay informed and connected Advocate for collaboration and action Get outdoors and enjoy your natural surroundings

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