Toronto and Region is home to a vibrant ecosystem that provides environmental and social benefits to local communities.

Together with community groups and partners, the Toronto and Region Remedial Action Plan (RAP) is working to restore Toronto’s waters, fish, wildlife and habitats with the ultimate goal of delisting Toronto as a Great Lakes Area of Concern (AOC).


The Toronto and Region Remedial Action Plan (RAP) is managed by representatives from Environment and Climate Change Canada, Ontario Ministry of the Environment and Climate Change, Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry, and Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (TRCA).


 

 


NEWS & EVENTS

  • Lake Ontario Evenings – Road Salts

    Winter is coming! As GTA residents prepare for frosty weather, it’s the perfect time to consider how we use a winter staple – road salt. Join...

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  • BUI Re-designation: Degradation of Aesthetics

    The Toronto and Region Remedial Action Plan (RAP) recently completed the assessment of the Degradation of Aesthetics Beneficial Use Impairment for the...

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  • Within Reach
    2015 RAP Progress Report Released

    Key Progress from 2008 to 2015: Beach closings have declined thanks to a substantial reduction in E. coli loadings to the waterfront. Eight of Toronto’s...

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- 12 days ago

Did you miss a Lake Ontario Evening on Road Salts? Good News! Presentations are now available at… https://t.co/kPI5ydXGNN
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- 16 days ago

The river valley will add 16 hectares of new parkland and riverfront open space and 14 hectares of new aquatic habi… https://t.co/Cb6tOGZihW
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- 16 days ago

What does enough salt look like for roads and parking lots? Here's a slide from Tim Van Seter's presentation at a L… https://t.co/jr52J2zy0E
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