Nov 2 - 2021

The Fight To Protect the Greenbelt from Highway 413

The 905er

About the Episode

 

In recent days Doug Ford and the PC government have been doubling down on their intention to build Highway 413, an additional radial highway planned to run almost entirely through Green Belt lands from Halton at the 407 and Winston Churchill, between Brampton and Caledon, joining Highway 400 a few kilometres north of Canada’s Wonderland.

Irene Ford joins us from the grassroots Stop the 413 group to discuss the latest developments and the many reasons why she believes Highway 413 should be stopped. Can you guess what might be motivating the government?

For more on the campaign to stop the 413, see https://www.communityclimatecouncil.org/stopthe413 and our previous episode discussing the excellent Community Climate Council seminar in February.

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