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Bill 100 and 118 Have OLA Worried

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Two bills that are set to go before Queen’s Park have the Ontario Landowners Association rather nervous.
Bill 118 is the Great Lakes Shoreline Right of Passage, while Bill 100 supports Ontario’s Trails Act.
The OLA is concerned that if the bills pass, that it would impact properties that have trails passing through.
Fear has already begun to spread over Bill 100 with several private property owners cancelling agreements with trail clubs for fear they will lose rights to their own property.
The concern is that a property owner would not be able to remove access to a trail if the bill passes.
Their concern for Bill 118 is that it will grant right of passage for walkers and non-motorized vehicles between homes and the water’s edge.
This impacts properties along the Great Lakes, the St. Laurence River as well as any rivers that flow into those water ways.
The Ontario Trails Council has sent out a press release to answer some of the concerns surrounding the bills.
You can read it here.

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