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    The Premier should watch his mouth.
    57 of 100 Signatures
    Created by David Reville
  • Petition Regarding Noise Pollution Generated by Airplanes Near Major Canadian Cities
    We, the undersigned, Canadian residents, ask the Government of Canada to act quickly so that : • The airports be subjected to a curfew (11 pm - 07 am); • The airport authorities be subjected to comprehensive impact studies (economic, environmental, health, social and urbanistic) and to public hearings when major expansion works are planed; • That the Canadian Parliament legislates to modernize airport activity laws and regulations to ensure public health and environmental protection; • The airport authorities be subjected to annual review by the Auditor General of Canada; • An independent body, accountable to the Parliament, be created to deal with nuisances arising from airport activities such as noise pollution.
    50 of 100 Signatures
    Created by Pierre Lachapelle
  • MONSANTO’S Round Up FOR SALE in Canada
    Stop doing business with Bayer/Monsanto. Do not allow this criminal multinational to spread their toxic, cancer causing, known carcinogen to be sold by HOME DEPOT in Canada.
    3 of 100 Signatures
    Created by Suzi Thomson
  • Petition for Ottawa's Trees: Sign before September 9, 2019
    Dear Mayor and City Council, Move swiftly and decisively without further delay on updating Ottawa's Tree By-Laws, and ensure full and active implementation in a timely manner supported with appropriate resources. We, Ottawa’s neighbourhood groups, community associations, environmental organizations and residents, support the following By-law changes: 1. Early consideration of trees by making immediate changes to City internal and external processes involving building and development plans (as detailed in the Tree By-Law Review Discussion Paper) 2. Improved rules around tree permitting, specifying scenarios where tree permits will generally be issued and where they will not be issued, subject to particular circumstances. These rules must protect trees outside of the as-of-right building envelope, including trees in front and rear yards, on property lines and in neighbouring properties affected by excavation. 3. Inside the Greenbelt, require a permit to work around trees so that builders and residents put in place effective tree protection measures to be used for trees that are being retained. Too many are dying through negligence. 4. Lower the distinctive tree size in the Urban Tree Conservation By-law to 20 cm Diameter at Breast Height (DBH) for conifers and 30 cm DBH for broadleaf trees. Efforts are also need to stop pre-emptive cutting while the by-law is still under review. 5. Integrate into the tree-by law a heritage tree component that recognizes trees designated under the Ontario Heritage Act or registered with the Forests Ontario Heritage Tree Program. This is the approach taken by the City of Toronto, and provides Ottawa with a low-cost and sound method to identify and protect heritage trees in Ottawa. 6. Develop common tree compensation requirements for City-owned trees and trees on private property, involving monetary compensation and replacement in cases where trees are removed or injured. The compensation value must act as a strong disincentive to removing trees. We believe this should go beyond the International Society of Arboriculture’s Trunk Value formula to include the multiple and diverse economic and health benefits of trees. The USDA i-Tree calculator provides an international standard for this purpose. We also strongly urge the City to adopt a minimum ratio of 4 trees planted for every tree removed, allowing some of these trees to be planted within the affected neighbourhood if there is not sufficient room on the applicant’s property. 7. Develop an effective education and training process on tree retention, replacement and renewal for City staff and the various stakeholders in the building industry (planners, builders, excavators, architects, etc.) as well as the general public. Ongoing ignorance of tree protection measures is no longer acceptable. This process should ensure that front-line workers are able to identify and address risks to trees before they are damaged, and empower staff to issue stop work orders as needed. 8. Create a monitoring system that tracks the reasons for tree removal, applicant profile (builders and owner-residents, etc.) and other key elements of the tree permitting process, for reporting on an annual basis. Monitoring, at a minimum, should include: number of permits applied for each year; number of trees on the same property included under each permit; number of distinctive tree permits issued each year; number of distinctive tree permits denied each year; number of distinctive trees destroyed via the permitting process each year; number of infractions related to the by-law prosecuted in provincial court each year; compensation provided for tree removal, average and range of penalties imposed due to violations. In cases of conviction, the identity of the violator should be a matter of public record so that continuous abuse can be tracked. 9. The Auditor-General of the City of Ottawa should be required to conduct periodic audits on implementation of the tree by-law in relation to the Asset Management Plan for the City of Ottawa. 10. Establish linkages between the Tree By-Law, the Urban Forest Management Plan and the New Official Plan through reference to canopy cover goals, direction for early consideration of trees in land use and infrastructure, and valuation of the multiple benefits of trees in the context of the climate emergency and human health priorities for the City of Ottawa.
    319 of 400 Signatures
    Created by Daniel Buckles
  • Save the Grace
    The Premier needs to step in to stop the plans to cut services for children and mothers in North Scarborough. The Hospital Board and Health Minister have not acted on the safety concerns of doctors and the risks to the community. Scarborough residents shouldn't get second class care. Send the Premier an email, here, and help persuade him to step in and stop plans for cuts to the Grace. It's time Queen's Park stood up for Scarborough.
    1,129 of 2,000 Signatures
    Created by Save the Grace
  • Please Stop The Closing Of Pain Care Clinics in Ontario !!!!
    To The Minister Of Health for Ontario and Ontario Premier Doug Ford who says his Conservative Party is a Political Party for the People of Ontario. Please Do Not Even Think About Or Even Worse Actually Close The Ontario Pain Care Clinics for the Safety of the Many thousands of Patients that are now Actually Being Treated So Successfully at These Pain Care Clinics For Example just the Pain Care Clinic in St. Catharines, Ontario is Successfully Treating So Very Many Patients That I Count Not Count All of Them Today when I was there Receiving Treatment for My Own Life Altering Pain.. Changing How Many Times a Patient Can Be Treated at a Clinic will Put the Safety of the Many People suffering from Pain That are being treated Myself included. Without these Pain Clinics Where will the Many Patients that receive such Successful Treatment that does actually help them with the debilitating life altering Pain they suffer from get treatments ??.Some will be forced to buy the street Drugs as their own Family Doctors do not prescribe Pain Medication At All Anymore ..!!!! My own Family Doctor has had his license suspended by the Ontario College of Physicians and Surgeons which they should never have done because It is now known that stopping these medications cold turkey can cause strokes and heart attacks these drugs have to be weaned off slowly by the patients that were taking them.I know from My own experience that I got violently sick and was forced to go on a suboxone therepy even though I was not a street drug user at the time .But was forced to be included with them as far as the methadone Doctor thought and his treatment of me when I seen him..
    45 of 100 Signatures
    Created by Don Smith
  • Stop Annihilation of Idlib Civilians in Syria
    Sign the petition which asks our Prime minster to convene the meeting of the United Nations Security Council to stop Syrian and Russians airplanes destroying the Idlib province of Syria.
    25 of 100 Signatures
    Created by Ash Khan
  • International languages vs your child's education
    We want them to remove International Languages from the instructional day.
    27 of 100 Signatures
    Created by M Guzman
  • Ban Autism "Conversion Therapy"
    Make autism "conversion therapy" (otherwise known as ABA, "applied behavioral analysis") illegal in the province of Ontario.
    1 of 100 Signatures
    Created by Kimberly Crawley
  • Petition Regarding Air Pollution Generated by Airplanes Near Major Canadian Cities
    We, the undersigned, Canadian residents, pray the Government of Canada to act quickly so that : • The affected populations undergo an epidemiological assessment; • The airport authorities be subjected to comprehensive impact studies (economic, environmental, health, social and urbanistic) and to public hearings during major expansion works; • An independent body, accountable to the Parliament, be created to deal with nuisances arising from airport activities such as air pollution; • The airport authorities be subjected to annual review by the Auditor General of Canada; • That the Canadian Parliament legislates to modernize airport activity laws and regulations to ensure public health and environmental protection.
    28 of 100 Signatures
    Created by Pierre Lachapelle
  • Designate North St. James Town a Neighbourhood Improvement Area
    We, the undersigned residents of the City of Toronto, draw the attention of Toronto City Council to the following: THAT, WHEREAS • Large-scale critical incidents at 650 Parliament St., 200, 240, 260, and 280 Wellesley St. E. have required multi-sectoral response efforts from the local community, service providers, Office of Emergency Manage-ment (OEM), Red Cross, and all levels of government; • North St. James Town residents have higher rates of hospitalization than those of other Toronto Central LHIN neighbourhoods, including mental health and ambulatory care sensitive conditions; • Access to continuous primary care, preventative care are, and alternative level of care (ALC) are lower in North St. James Town than the Toronto Central LHIN average; • Children and youth have the highest low urgency emergency department visit rates in mid-East Toronto; • North St. James Town is Toronto’s most densely-populated neighbourhood, with a significantly lower me-dian household income than the City of Toronto, as well as the highest immigrant and recent immigrant populations facing systemic marginalization in public service; and • Additional factors included in the Appendix to this petition to be reviewed. THEREFORE, your petitioners call upon Toronto City Council to designate Neighbourhood #74 (North St. James Town) a Neighbourhood Improvement Area (NIA) under the Toronto Strong Neighbourhoods Strategy 2020 (TSNS2020).
    133 of 200 Signatures
    Created by St. James Town Service Providers’ Network (Robb Johannes, Co-Chair)
  • Minister Ahmed D Hussen, stop international student Jobandeep's deportation
    Stop international student Jobandeep’s deportation and give him a temporary resident permit. Ensure all migrants and international students get equal labour rights and permanent status on arrival!
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    Created by Jobandeep Singh Sandhu