Municipalities on their own to fund insect battle
The City of Guelph plans to allocate up to $8 million over 10 years to battle the emerald ash borer.
Neither the Ontario nor federal governments have invested money into the battle against the emerald ash borer, leaving municipal governments to foot the bill for tree removal and treatments in the province. Not only is the pest eating up trees, but municipal budgets as well.
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