Originally scheduled for next Tuesday, the City of North Bay will instead be gathering public input on the provincial Endangered Species Act next Wednesday.

The purpose of the meeting will be for the public to provide input into North Bay’s submission to the Province on the “10th Year Review of the Endangered Species Act: Discussion Paper.”

The discussion paper is broken into four areas of focus. Each area of focus has two to five questions. This session will gather your ideas, opinions and concerns about the local implementation of the Endangered Species Act and provide input into the City’s submission.

When: Wednesday, February 13th

Time: 6:30pm to 8:30pm

Where: West Ferris Community Centre, 42 Gertrude Street East – Upstairs

More information on the 10th Year Review of the Endangered Species Act can be found online here.

If you cannot attend the meeting please feel free to send your comments regarding the discussion paper to Adam Curran at Adam.Curran@cityofnorthbay.ca.

Here are some of the public presentations made at the last regular meeting of North Bay City Council, last Wednesday:

Oriona Pokorny:

"This is habitat that can't be replaced or offset. It has to be here." – Oriona Pokorny, Nipissing University Biology Professor

Posted by My North Bay Now on Wednesday, January 30, 2019

 

Hannah Bywater:

"We should not let anything slip through our fingers for growth" – Hannah Bywater

Posted by My North Bay Now on Wednesday, January 30, 2019