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In 1973, a Commission of Inquiry on the Pickering airport project limited admissible evidence on need and location to new evidence that “was not in the mind of the Canadian Government [on] 30 January, 1973." This document provides crucial new evidence that has arisen since the Inquiry.
Why governments must rig the system in the jet age. About "greenfield" major international airports built in North American since 1943, and what made them successful – or not.
Delivered by Land Over Landings' Vice-Chair, Susan Reesor on October 4, 2018, to the Standing Committee on Finance during the Oshawa pre-budget consultations for the 2019 budget.
The PowerPoint slides used on April 3, 2018, by our consultants when presenting the findings of their Study.
Annexes to the final report of the agricultural economics study of the remaining Federal Lands, submitted on March 7, 2018, to Land Over Landings.
A Future for the Lands: Economic Impact of Remaining Pickering Federal Lands if Returned to Permanent Agriculture
The final report of the agricultural economics study of the remaining Federal Lands, submitted on March 7, 2018, to Land Over Landings by Econometrics Research Ltd and JRG Consulting Group, and released on April 3, 2018.
An easy-access version of the final report of "A Future for the Lands," zeroing in on the report's highlights.
'On The Road' - January 2018: Official Monthly for the Town of Whitchurch–Stouffville
Features Part 1 or 2 articles detailing the selection of Pickering as the site for an international airport in the seventies and specifically Stouffville's role in the protests.