CRC Bottle Drive

The indomitable Carol Solomon has raised more than $ 2000 for CRC’s LPAT Hearing since she began collecting bottles last year. Amazing work Carol!!! Three cheers and two thousand thanks!

CRC Bottle Drive

The Holiday Season usually produces a bumper crop of bottles – DON’T FORGET to bring yours to Carol’s house.

Support CRC! Donate…

  • Wine bottles
  • Beer, cooler and cocktail cans
  • liquor bottles andBladders from “Cardbordeaux”
  • NO soft drink containers please

Please drop bottles off in the red barrel.
225 Ridge Top Crescent, Rockwood
519-731-2588

Come as often as you wish.

Bonus: If you live in Rockwood, Carol will pick up bottles at your home. Just call.

Happy New Year to CRC supporters!

Here’s some fabulous good news to launch CRC’s 7th Year!
Li'l Drop and the Hidden Quarry
Li’l Drop and the Hidden Quarry

Meet Rand Smith Peter, a 10-year-old advocate for our environment at risk if the Hidden Quarry proceeds! Rand is an inspiration as we enter the last few months leading up to the LPAT Hearing. Visit his YouTube channel and help him get the word out about the importance of our moraine and why we must protect it for Rand and future generations. Learn how he is supporting CRC. Details are in the attached newsletter.

CRC: Enough aggregate already in Ontario for next 50 years… By: Vivien Fleisher

This New Tanner article published November 1, 2018 provides a good overview of how CRC’s Hidden Quarry fight has gone over the past 6 years, where it’s at today, and where we need to get to over the next 7 months. It’s a tough fight but so far clean living has prevailed, and with everyone pulling together there’s solid hope that in 7 months the Hidden Quarry proposal will be laid to rest. Click here for the article…

CRC Requests Meeting with John Yakabuski, Ontario Minister of Natural Resources and Forestry

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Parm Gill MPP and Linda Sword Constituent CRC big letter to Doug Ford
Parm Gill MPP and Linda Sword Constituent with CRC big letter to Doug Ford

On Tuesday, October 23 members of Concerned Residents Coalition (CRC) signed a public letter to Premier Doug Ford asking him to direct the Minister of Natural Resources and Forestry, newly appointed John Yakabuski, to meet with community leaders in Guelph Eramosa Township and Halton Region at the Minister’s earliest opportunity. CRC presented the letter to Parm Gill, MPP for Milton who will deliver the letter to the Premier.

The purpose of the proposed meeting with the community is to discuss the application by James Dick Construction Ltd. for a quarry license to extract aggregate at the “Hidden Quarry” site 1000 metres from the town of Rockwood in the Paris Galt Moraine… Click here for full release