The CTC Source Protection Committee includes stakeholders from municipalities, businesses and the general public from across the region. Under the Clean Water Act, 2006, the committee is responsible for development of the Source Protection Plan (SPP), which is aimed at keeping drinking water sources clean and encouraging wise water use.
The CTC Source Protection Committee was established in 2008 to guide the development of the Source Protection Plan. Committee members were selected for their sector expertise following a public nomination period. The committee oversaw the development of three essential documents:
- Terms of Reference: This is the “work plan” for the process, assigning responsibility for the work needed to develop the Source Protection Plans. It includes a plan to consult with potentially affected property owners, to involve the public, and to resolve disputes.
- Assessment Reports: The Assessment Reports are the scientific basis of the Source Protection Plan. They identify drinking water sources within the CTC region, and delineate the areas vulnerable to contamination or overuse near those sources. They also identify potential threats to both water quality and water quantity within each watershed.
- Source Protection Plan: The Source Protection Plan sets out policies for reducing, eliminating or preventing significant threats to drinking water sources. The plan indicates who has responsibility for taking action, sets timelines, and determines how progress will be measured.
The CTC Source Protection Committee regularly holds meetings, which are open to the public. For more information, visit our Meetings page.
|Susan Self||Chair of the CTC Source Protection Committee|
|Municipal Representatives||Public Sector Representatives|
|David Kentner||Region of Halton, Wellington County, Town of Erin, Town of Halton Hills, Town of Oakville||Juli Aboucher||Citizen-at-large|
|Mark Schiller||Region of Peel, Town of Caledon, City of Brampton, City of Mississauga||Nicola Crawhall||Citizen-at-large|
|Chris Gerrits||Town of Orangeville, Dufferin County, Township of East Garafraxa, Township of Amaranth, Town of Mono, Township of Adjala-Tosorontio, Simcoe County||Rosemary Keenan||Environmental Non-Governmental Organization|
|Don Goodyear||Region of York, Township of King, City of Vaughan, Town of Aurora, Town of Richmond Hill, Town of Whitchurch-Stouffville, Town of Markham||Robert Goodings||Citizen-at-large|
|Michael D’Andrea||City of Toronto||Irv Harrell||Citizen-at-large|
|Mahesh Patel||City of Toronto||Fred Ruf||Citizen-at-large|
|John Presta||Durham Region, Township of Uxbridge, City of Pickering, Town of Ajax, Township of Scugog, Town of Whitby, City of Oshawa, Municipality of Clarington||Nancy Goucher||Environmental Non-Governmental Organization|
|Economic Sector Representatives||CTC SPC Liaison Members|
|Louise Foster||Land Development||Brian Denney||CEO, Toronto and Region Conservation Authority|
|Maria Topalovic||Aggregate||Elizabeth Forrest||Liaison Coordinator, Ontario Ministry of the Environment and Climate Change|
|Wendy Burgess||Golf course||Mahesh Patel||Toronto Public Health|
|Lee Gould||Road Salt||Mary Wooding||Ontario Ministry of the Environment and Climate Change|
FOR MORE INFORMATION
- Functions of the Source Protection Committee
- Eligibility, obligations and qualifications of the Source Protection Committee
- CTC Source Protection Committee Code of Conduct
- CTC Source Protection Committee Rules of Procedure
The CTC Source Protection Committee completed their Terms of Reference and received approval from the Ministry of the Environment on August 17, 2009