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Brochure arguing for a decision to keep the remaining Pickering Federal Lands in agriculture, and containing the North Pickering Farms map.
The remaining Pickering Federal Lands: an illustrated vision of the future by artist Heather Rigby.
Printable copy of the 'Bring It Home' Harvest Festival (Saturday, September 16, 2017) event poster.
Poster for the 2017 AGM featuring Signe Langford as the special guest speaker.
Videos / Podcasts
Semi-finalist in the 2017 TVO Short Doc contest. A 4-minute documentary film by Pipal Tree Productions about the people determined to end a 45-year stalemate with the federal government, and their vision to protect a large tract of prime Ontario farmland for sustainable food production, freshwater security, and the benefit of future generations in Canada's largest urban centre.
News release from Transport Canada signaling a change from 1-year leases to 10-year leases on the Federal Lands. Under new Pickering Agricultural Lease Renewal Strategy, Transport Canada seeks a balanced approach to the management of the Pickering Lands.
LOL's Agricultural/Rural-Growth Economics Study of the Remaining Pickering Federal Lands, put out to public tender on September 9, 2016. The contract was awarded in December 2016 to the team of Econometric Research Limited (Burlington) and JRG Consulting Ltd (Guelph).
Land Over Landings' formal response to the Independent Advisor's report, "Jets & Jobs." Our response highlights the Advisor's most interesting findings and also dissects the study's flawed methodology and the troubling inconsistencies and anomalies that show up in the report.
Dr Gary Polonsky's final report to Transport Canada, following the study he undertook in the autumn of 2015 and completed in the spring of 2016. The report was released on November 28, 2016.
UPDATE Newsletter for February, 2017: features articles on fresh, local winter produce; our fundraising efforts; and our op-ed article in the International Airport Review magazine.
UPDATE Newsletter for March 2017: 45th Anniversary of Expropriation Edition