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ECONOMIC IMPACT OF GOLF IN CANADA 2019 REPORT

 

CHANGES TO ON Reg. 63/09

April 29, 2020

In such unprecedented times as these, it is nice to be able to deliver some good news.   The required public meeting component has been removed from O. Reg. 63/09.

This comes after a great deal of work, both by our NAGA – Ontario, (We are golf) group at Queen’s Park, OGSA Directors and many others, and displays the collaboration within our industry from all the parties involved.

In addition to the removal of the public meeting requirement there are some minor changes in the regulation that you may wish to review, specifically sections 78 and 79 of the act.  While section 78 has not changed, there are changes to section 79.   Both sections deal with the posting of pesticide application signs.

Please refer to the attached document for more detail on these changes:

PDF

The regulation in its entirety can be found on the government website here:

https://www.ontario.ca/laws/regulation/090063

 

THE OGSA'S REQUEST TO PREMIER FORD REGARDING COVID 19

 

FOLLOW UP LETTER FOR MEMBERS OF PROVINCIAL PARLIAMENT

 

WE ARE GOLF GROUP REPRESENTING ONTARIO, ATTEND QUEEN'S PARK ON NATIONAL GOLF DAY - MAY 1, 2019

 

 

OGSA AND NGCOA MET WITH TED ARNOTT, MPP, WELLINGTON-HALTON HILLS - AUGUST 30th 2017 TO DISCUSS PUBLIC MEETINGS, NOTIFICATION PROECESS, and MINIMUM WAGE INCREASES

 


 

NAGA FAQ DOCUMENT FOR GOLF - RE PESTICIDE USE ON GOLF COURSES

 
 

 

IPM INFORMATION/UPDATES 
 
 
 
 

 

 
NAGA'S ECONOMIC IMPACT STUDY OF GOLF IN CANADA