The fund found twenty-nine endangered species on the Sandy Beach proposed development site in Hudson, where the developer reported only one endangered species. The results are now part of the Environment Ministry’s files. In addition, a financial analysis of this proposed development showed the same result as in Rosemere. We also funded legal procedures in defense of the Willowbrook area in Hudson, which contains wetlands, forests and an important archeological site, the Ottawa Glass Works. The new municipal council has, in part because of these initiatives, placed a reserve on these two areas, thereby halting development.
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