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Niagara River Remedial Action Plan Stage 2 Update Report

Niagara River Remedial Action Plan Stage 2 Update Report

Biota/Habitat/ Land Use

Biota/Habitat/ Land Use Human Health Surveillance and Monitoring 12. Prepare a natural heritage strategy for the Niagara River AOC. 13. The PAC will critically review government review processes to ensure that they embody the principles and objectives of the Niagara River RAP 14. A regulation requiring treatment or exchange (or some other technique) to ensure that ballast water cannot be a way for the introduction of exotic species into the Niagara River AOC be enacted. 15. Continue to protect habitat on both sides of the river as one ecosystem. 16. Municipal planning documents incorporate ecologically based policies and design criteria. Revised Redundant Completed Revised Revised 17. Develop a Niagara River Fish Consumption Advisory. Revised 18. Conduct research to determine if consumption of water based wildlife is harmful to human health. 19. Continue monitoring municipal point sources (e.g., sewage treatment plants) including but not restricted to NRTMP point source monitoring parameters. 20. Continue monitoring industrial point sources and publish results. 21. Develop and implement a Welland River and (Niagara River) Tributaries Monitoring Program. 22. Taste and odour program (results) be monitored (drinking water). 23. Continue all monitoring programs for drinking water. Revised Revised Revised Revised Not Applicable Not Applicable 24. Support and encourage participation in Canadian Wildlife Services’ community based wildlife Completed monitoring programs. 25. Implement a resident attitude monitoring program. Completed 4. Support the implementation of municipal natural heritage strategies within the Niagara River AOC. 5. Continue to protect habitat on both sides of the river as one ecosystem and seek opportunities for international cooperation. 6. While fish consumption advisories are necessary, adequately communicate and encourage the use of the government’s “Guide to Eating Ontario Sport Fish”. 7. Prepare and communicate a consumption advisory until contaminant levels in snapping turtles from Lyons Creek are below the appropriate guidelines for protection of the health of human consumers. 8. The Niagara River RAP establish and support a monitoring plan. 42

Niagara river remedial action plan stage 2 update Outreach and Education General 26. Public education programs continue and new ones be developed as required. 27. Professional education programs continue and new ones be developed as required. 28. Provincial and federal governments develop an integrated ecosystem approach to management for its agencies. 29. Provincial and federal governments establish specific government funding programs for RAP Implementation. 30. The Niagara River RAP endorse and encourage the process of multi-sectoral liaison committees as the vehicle to facilitate the satisfactory remediation of water quality in the Niagara River AOC. Revised Revised Redundant Revised Ongoing 31. Establish a Geographic Information Systems repository for the Niagara River AOC. Revised 32. Establish an International RAP. Completed 33. Secure recognition of the remedial action plan as having fulfilled some of the requirements of the environmental assessment process 34. Develop model “terms of reference” for remediation projects by community liaison committees. 35. The Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources develop an ‘Introduction of Exotics’ supplement to the Project Wild, Fishways and Focus on Forests programs. 36. Initiate the Niagara River RAP Implementation Structure. Not Applicable Not Applicable Not Applicable Redundant 9. Develop and deliver education and community programs that address matters of interest to the RAP or that support RAP implementation. 10. All levels of government continue providing resources for RAP initiatives and make projects in Great Lakes AOCs a priority for infrastructure funding. 11. The Niagara River RAP endorse and encourage the process of multisectoral liaison committees as the vehicle to facilitate the satisfactory remediation of water quality in the Niagara River AOC. 12. The NPCA maintain its G.I.S. restoration database as a tool in determining priority areas for remediation within the watershed and collaborate with NWQPS in G.I.S information management. 37. Boat owners retain and dispose of grey water at marinas. Not Applicable 43

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