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Land use planning helps organize a community, ensures health and safety, and provides opportunities for economic development. The process involves land users, community members and leaders, professional planners, and decision-makers. It represents the public’s interests and prepares for the future...
The purpose of the Task Force on land use was to carry out research and public consultation to develop detailed recommendations for land use policies and their implementation in a comprehensive land use planning framework. This task force report is divided into three parts: Part 1 is an...
The Commissioner, Horace Carver, QC, was appointed under the Public Inquiries Act to inquire into, examine, conduct research, consult with Islanders, and make recommendations related to the, Land Protection Act, . The Commissioner was directed to examine, inquire into, and report regarding: The...
The Commission on Land and Local Governance was appointed by the provincial government to inquire into land use and local governance issues, and to recommend new approaches where warranted. This Commission began its work by reviewing past research, consultations, analyses, and proposed alternatives...
Non-Island residents own 18 per cent of the PEI coast and 10 per cent of the total land area. The flyover videos, created with Geographic Information Systems (GIS) software using aerial photos from 2010 and draped over a digital elevation model of PEI, show non-resident owned properties along a...
Ozone depleting or regulated substances are used in many applications, including refrigeration, air conditioning, fire suppression, cleaning of electronics, and solvents. When these substances are released they enter the earth's atmosphere, are broken down by UV radiation, and cause damage to...