Ontario has many laws that protect our health and environment - but who enforces them? Teams of investigators, field officers, pilots, scientists, lawyers - even motorcycle cops - are working every day to preserve Ontario's ecological health. We invite you to read their stories and learn more about how the ministry enforces Ontario's environmental laws.
The ministry employees working to solve Ontario's ecological challenges, enforce laws and prevent future problems are real people with genuine concern for the environment. You can count on these specially-trained individuals to safeguard Ontario's air, land and water.
At all hours of the day and in every type of weather, they monitor our waterways and highways. On a moment's notice, they're ready to manage environmental emergencies and clean up dangerous contamination. That's just part of what they do. You can find out more by reading the Enviroforce stories.
When Ontario's environmental laws are broken, convicted offenders pay. Read the Court Bulletins list of convicted offenders.
We want to know what interests you most about the teams protecting your environment.
Send us your Enviroforce story ideas. We'll do our best to cover the topic in our next round of reporting.