Public engagement and consultation strengthen the Swim Drink Fish movement. The Scarborough Waterfront Project on Lake Ontario proves it. Paving over Grey Abbey beach was proposed. Public engagement occurred. Amendments to preserve the beach resulted.
Here is Swim Drink Fish’s preliminary submission to the CNSC Tribunal as it reviews the PNGS licence conditions. OPG withholds vital information about the PNGS’ environmental impacts needed for Swim Drink Fish’s complete submission.
The seventh annual Swim Drink Fish fundraising gala celebrated the Swim Drink Fish movement and paid a heartfelt tribute to board member and mentor, Gord Downie. The exciting evening raised over $550,000 for Swim Drink Fish’s core programs, including Lake Ontario Waterkeeper.