species at risk

The waterfront property was zoned for a six-lot residential subdivision, but was saved from development thanks to conservation-minded land owners.
“This is just the ‘canary in the coal mine’ for the species at risk,” said James Arden, manager of parks and facilities, in his report during council’s Oct. 18 regular meeting.

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