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Stantec’s Jennifer Young discusses the Ministry of Environment and Climate Change (MOECC) Low Impact Development (LID) guidelines and what it means for developers.
Webinar Recording: Interagency coordination for Low Impact Development (LID) - Lessons in persuasion
Stantec’s Evan Wilbert discusses coordination and preparation for Low Impact Development (LID) programs
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