Conservation Halton is a public sector organization established by the Province and governed by the Conservation Authorities Act, which is administered by the Ministry of the Environment, Conservation and Parks, to develop and deliver local watershed-based resource management programs on behalf of the Province and participating municipalities. The municipalities located in the watershed appoint representatives who serve on the Board of Directors to oversee the programs of Conservation Halton. These appointed directors, who are both elected municipal councillors and citizen appointees, speak on your behalf at Conservation Halton.
If you wish to contact the Conservation Halton Board of Directors, click here or call 905-336-1158 (2236).
|Finance & Audit Committee||CEO Compensation Committee||Governance Committee|
|Mayor Rob Burton
|Councillor Allan Elgar
|Councillor Cathy Duddeck (Chair)
|Councillor Rick Di Lorenzo
|Joanne Di Maio
|Mayor Marianne Meed
|Mayor Gordon Krantz
|Councillor Moya Johnson
|Councillor Bryan Lewis
|Councillor Rory Nisan (Vice Chair)
A “delegation” is a member of the public or an organization who wishes to speak at a Conservation Halton Board of Directors meeting about a topic related to the mandate of Conservation Halton. Any person or organization interested in being a delegation must make a request in writing to the President and CEO at least ten days in advance of the upcoming Board Meeting, and provide any supporting documentation to be included on the agenda. If you are interested in being a delegation, please contact 905-336-1158 ext. 2236 or email firstname.lastname@example.org prior to the scheduled Board of Directors meeting.
Delegations will only be permitted to speak on matters related to the mandate of Conservation Halton. For more information on The Halton Region Conservation Authority General Membership By-law No. 2018-01, including information on delegations, please click here.
(Please note that you do not need to register as a delegation to be an observer at a Board of Directors meeting.)
Halton Region – Memorandum of Understanding (High Level)
- Halton Region – Stormwater Management Agreement
- Halton Region – Interim Service Delivery Agreement for Ecological Review Services
Conservation Halton takes a sustainable and transparent approach to finance management, using established guidelines, judicious principles and a rigorous approval process to ensure efficient and equitable division of expenditures supported by public funds, user fees, and other self-generated revenues.
|February 17/22||1:00-4:00||February 17 Board||February 17 Board|
|March 24/22||10:30 – 11:30||March 24 Governance & Risk Committee Agenda||March 24 Governance & Risk Committee Minutes|
|March 24/22||1:00 – 4:00||March 24 Board AMENDED Agenda||March 24 Board Minutes|
|April 7/22||9:00 – 10:00||April 7 Finance & Audit Committee||April 7 Finance & Audit Committee Minutes|
|April 21/22||1:00 – 4:00||April 21 Board & Annual General Meeting||April 21 Board & AGM Minutes
April 21 Source Water Protection Minutes
|June 9/22||June 9 Finance & Audit Committee||June 9 Finance & Audit Committee Minutes|
|June 23/22||1:00 – 4:00||June 23 Board|| June 23 minutes
|September 22/22||1:00 – 4:00||September 22 Board
September 22 Source Water Protection
|September 22 Board Minutes
September 22 Source Water Protection Minutes
|9:30 – 11:00||Finance & Audit Committee||November 3 Finance & Audit Committee Minutes|
|November 2/22||3:00 – 4:00||November 3 Governance & Risk Committee||November 3 Governance & Risk Committee Minutes|
|November 17/22||1:00 – 4:00||November 17 Board||November 17 Board Minutes|