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At the end of February, the provincial government released its new Provincial Policy Statement (PPS). If members recall, OPPI provided its recommendations back in the fall during the consultation period.
The PPS sets the rules for land use planning in Ontario and guides decision-making to manage growth and development, while protecting the environment, public health and safety.
OPPI will continue to work with members and the government on the implementation of the new PPS. If you are interested to learn more about OPPI's response to the PPS or have recommendations on how we can support members on implementing the new PPS, please reach us by email at email@example.com.
On February 19, Chief Government Whip and MPP Lorne Coe introduced Bill 70, the Registered Professional Planners Act, 2019 in the Legislature. In addition to its introduction, Bill 70 has passed First Reading.
On Thursday, February 28, MPP Coe introduced Bill 70 for Second Reading and it received unanimous consent from the Legislature. The bill has now been referred to the Committee of General Government. Members interested in reading the Hansard transcript from Thursday's session can visit the Ontario Legislature website, or members can view the debate below.
Members should continue to visit OPPI's Legislative Corner webpage for more information and updates as they become available.
The Ontario Government is updating legislative regulations related to the planning profession, and they need your feedback.
Many of the regulations being reviewed and open for comment directly impact the work you do each day. It is vital for Queen’s Park to hear from you, the Registered Professional Planner community, to better inform decision-makers and make a continued effort to provide the knowledge, expertise and skill you offer.
Below are links to the regulations related to the legislation listed above that will have an impact to the planning profession moving forward, and that are open for public comment. Members are being asked to provide their feedback directly to each related Ministry on the legislation you would like to comment on.
Please see the specific legislation and regulations for review, and the deadline to submit your input.