Our data shows Toronto’s combined sewers overflow during dry weather, not just during a rainfall event. This raises important questions. Is the City of Toronto’s sewer system overcapacity? Could dry weather sewer overflows be linked to to new urban developments? Here’s what you need to know.
On November 7th, the Toronto Harbour Monitoring Report 3.0 was released detailing our findings from the water sampling season. This is the one month update after it’s release, which outlines the next steps for the program. The dream of having a swimmable, fishable, and drinkable harbour is on the horizon, and the five recommendations to the City of Toronto will help define this plan if implemented. To help you community please read, share, write a letter, and help volunteer to take water samples.