The government's documentation describes “shared decision-making through joint or consent models.”
land use regulation
Only 18 per cent of poll respondents support a First Nations veto over land use in the province.
The government wants to fundamentally change the way 95 per cent of the province's land and water is managed.
The province would essentially become un-investable in many industries that do business on Crown lands or water.
First Nations would have veto power over mining, hydro projects, communication towers and much more.
According to the plan, First Nations will become joint landlords of more than 90 per cent of the province.
Council and community groups represent strongest deterrent to homebuilding in Toronto.
Average house prices up almost 140 per cent in Calgary and more than 160 per cent in Edmonton.
The area of cropland in Ontario actually increased slightly between 1951 and 2013.