Adequately Fund the Toronto Ravine Strategy in the 2019 Budget

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John Peets
2 years ago
I love green space and ours is being overrun by invasive species.

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Shane Dunworth-Crompton
2 years ago
The perilous state ofToronto’s ravines cannot be ignored any longer. They are one of Toronto’s most precious natural resources and in their current condition represent an embarassment and disgrace to the City

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Terry Bronnimann
2 years ago
We need place for the wild life to go!!

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Donna Brabant
2 years ago
I care

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Jennifer Cantello
2 years ago
The ravines offer a wonderful opportunity to take a break from the hustle and bustle of city life and enjoy nature.

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Peggy Bell
2 years ago
These ravines were my playground, as a child. We need to preserve and respect them to keep the water flowing clean. They make up our parkland and provide a home for many trees and animals. The aire we breathe depends on it.

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Bobbee Murr
2 years ago
I agree with E.O. Wilson: 50% of the land mass for non-humans, 50% for humans. Preserve these ravines for others.

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Linda Salna
2 years ago
I love nature, it feeds my soul. We need to preserve it

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Steve Boyd
2 years ago
We cannot wake up one day and realize what we have lost by our own wilful decision to ignore the importance and the beauty of our ravines. Some will likely push back hard against this funding, calling it unnecessary or discretionary. Please look forward and stand your ground...our ground.

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Sarah Pendergrast
2 years ago
I use and value our local ravine, the Glen Stewart Ravine. It is at risk of severe erosion and encroachment by developers.