ULI Toronto: New Year, New Excess Soil Regulations


2022-01-26T12:00:00 - 2022-01-26T13:00:00

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    On January 1, 2022, the second phase of Ontario’s excess soil management policies came into effect, capturing a broad range of stakeholders in the construction industry, including property owners, developers, construction managers and consultants - and significantly increasing all parties’ potential liabilities as a result. Effective immediately, in addition to the initial soil management requirements introduced in January 2021, stakeholders of designated projects are now subject to additional testing, tracking, notice and report-filing requirements under the "Soil Regulations" (subject to certain limited exemptions). Join ULI Toronto as we explore these new requirements under the Soil Regulations and provide insights from the industry of their potential impacts, including from the perspective of municipalities, developers, consultants and the Ministry of Environment, Conservation & Parks (MECP).

    Kailey Sutton, Associate, Construction & Infrastructure | Municipal, Land Use Planning & Development, McMillan LLP
    Hayley Valleau, Crown Counsel, Ontario Ministry of Environment, Conservation and Parks 
    Prasoon Adhikari, Environmental Engineer, Engineering & Transportation Services, City of Guelph
    Annik Forristal, Partner, Construction & Infrastructure | Municipal, Land Use Planning & Development, McMillan LLP
    Ryan Moniz, Director of Sales - Soil Division, GFL Infrastructure Group Inc.
    Additional speakers to be announced.