For traffic-related problems (e.g. poor drivers) you can report incidents using the Road Watch form which is available at
Click on Citizen Report Form.
You can reach the Trafalgar Community Policing Committee at
Police Contact: Carla.Draper@haltonpolice.ca
TCPC Chair Janice Wright: email@example.com
You are also welcome to attend their meetings. They are scheduled to meet the first Thursday of Feb, Apr, Jun, Aug, Oct, Dec in the Library Program Room at Iroquois Ridge Community Centre at 1051 Glenashton Drive @ 6:30 pm.
We look forward to seeing you there!
Citizens for Clean Air (C4CA)
Is Hosting An
Oakville Power Plant Information Night
Wednesday December 9th 7:30 pm
(Street Captains are invited for 6:45)
John Knox Christian School - 2232 Sheridan Garden Drive
(West side of Ford Drive - Just North of Royal Windsor and Railroad Tracks)
STOP POWER PLANTS
NEAR HOMES AND SCHOOLS!
The Ontario Government has awarded a contract to TransCanada Energy to build a 900MW natural gas-fired power plant within a heavily populated area of Oakville. The plant would be extraordinarily close to homes and schools.
Approximately eleven thousand homes and sixteen schools on the North and South side of the QEW would be less than 3kms from the plant.
Many people have voiced their concerns, including local MPP Kevin Flynn, who says that the plant’s location “defies logic”.
Pollution from the proposed plant would compound the problems of our already over polluted air-shed. The plant would also create noise, vibration, fog, icing and other issues.
According to TransCanada’s press releases it is moving rapidly to start construction … BUT
IT’S NOT TOO LATE FOR YOU TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE!
MAKE YOUR CONTINUED OPPOSITION TO THIS PLANT KNOWN!
We invite you to attend this Information Night to meet the C4CA Steering Committee and its Sub-Committees and learn more about the power plant, plans to show opposition to this plant, and most importantly how you can help as a concerned citizen.
CITIZENS FOR CLEAN AIR (C4CA) is a coalition of concerned citizens and interested parties that is committed to raising public awareness of the many issues arising from the proposed Oakville power plant. Please join us on December 9.
Please don't hesitate to contact us with any issues that may affect the residents of North-East Oakville.
- Supports a stable electrical grid that meets local electrical demands
- Recognizes the benefits from local electrical generation
- Is concerned that the proposed locations for the power plant are in a stressed air shed and could negatively affect the air quality of our community
- Is concerned that increased air pollution would negatively affect the health and welfare of our community
- Supports the Town of Oakville’s bylaw relating to the power plant and the Town’s process to identify appropriate areas for power plants in Oakville and to revise its official plan accordingly
- Will participate in the Town’s process as it relates to locations in or near our residential areas
- Will not oppose areas from being identified as appropriate for power plants if they are sufficiently distant from residences of North-East Oakville; review and comment on other areas should come from residents local to those areas; we view the proposed TransCanada Site to be sufficiently distant from residences of North- East Oakville
- Will encourage all power plant proposals to include offsets for fine particulate matter pollution that exceed the levels that their proposals would create
Minimizing the amount of fine particulate matter pollution to be created by the power plant will minimize the offsets needed to reduce pollution.