“We are contacted constantly by people wanting to know how they can help. Here’s something each of you can do. Write Transport Minister Marc Garneau and tell him you don’t want an airport. Tell him democracy has been flouted in Durham Region.”
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You’ve got questions and we’ve got answers! Read more in this second part of our FACTS series.
“Half a century ago, the Federal Government expropriated the Pickering Airport Lands. Since then, it has refused to take action – an injustice that needs to be corrected. These lands are key to unlocking the economic potential of our region.”
Land Over Landings is proud to host, Dr Dianne Saxe, one of the world’s top 25 environmental lawyers and the former Environmental Commissioner for Ontario, and Steve Parish, former Ajax Mayor and vocal champion of the Greenbelt, for a candid and action-oriented discussion of the threats facing our communities, especially “Toronto East Aerotropolis”!
We took the liberty of making a few edits to Mayor Dave Ryan’s column in the News Advertiser on April 25, 2019.
With the heightened level of airport bluster and local propaganda swirling around, we thought a few FACTS from our research publications might clear the air.
In this edition of UPDATE, we highlight our new Youth Wing; catch you up on the pro-airport push from the City, and introduce you to Stay Grounded.
Thank you to our wonderful supporters and Partners who joined us at Herongate Barn Theatre on February 28 to help fund the future of Land Over Landings! We raised just over $4000 thanks to your generosity.
Join us for a wonderful evening at Herongate Barn Theatre on February 28! The event includes a sumptuous dinner with friends, new and old, and the hilarious production of ‘Beyond Therapy’, all held in a historic barn setting.
Today we released our latest research report, “THEN/NOW/NEXT: 21st-Century Reasons to Cancel Pickering Airport”. It is a fact-filled, up-to-the-minute, no-punches-pulled look at a dozen powerful reasons (some of them game changers) for ending four decades of limbo and putting the “airport site” to far wiser use.