The Ontario Green Policy Hub (OGPH) is an initiative of the Greater Toronto Chapter of the Canada Green Building Council
(CaGBC) as the one-stop, searchable on-line resource for sustainability policies by Ontario municipalities.
The GTA Chapter of the CaGBC is a volunteer based non-profit organization committed to promoting knowledge and advancement
of green building initiatives including, policies, technologies and sustainable community design.
The CaGBC recognizes that the most significant advancements in the area of promoting market transformation to a more
sustainable built environment have occurred at the grassroots municipal level. The OGPH is where Municipalities will
locate and research the most progressive and innovative policies and practices developed and used by fellow leaders in
the municipal sector. It is where Municipal policies, background and supporting documents will be uploaded and housed
once they have been developed.
The OGPH was made possible through the support of the founding sponsors of the GTA Chapter, the Toronto Region
Conservation Authority and financial support of the Ontario Power Authority's Conservation Fund.
Partners who have contributed and supported the development of the Ontario Green Policy Hub include:
The OGHP was developed through the dedicated work and commitment by a number of individuals who have contributed their time, knowledge and expertise to the project:
Dan Stone - Project Chair - Board of Directors of the GTA CaGBC, Chair - Municipal Leaders Forum
Davika Misir - Project Manager - Independent Consultant
Scott Armstrong - Lead Project Consultant - MMM Group
Ariel Remer - Web Designer - Trifunk Media
Steering Committee Members
Tony Iacobelli - City of Vaughan Paula Tenuta - BILD
Terri Cline - Region of York Glenn Macmillan- TRCA
Gaby Kalopos - Clear Air Partnership Larry Brydon - CaGBC GTA Chapter Past Chair
Gina Ali - Region of Halton Victoria Gagnon - Ontario Power Authority