Expropriation - Waterdown to Finch Replacement Project


Imperial Oil Limited has asked the Ontario Energy Board for approval to expropriate interests in certain lands in the City of Mississauga and the City of Toronto needed to construct, operate and maintain a hydrocarbon pipeline and related facilities. Under a separate Decision and Order dated March 12, 2020, (with modifications approved in December 17, 2020) Imperial Oil Limited received Ontario Energy Board approval to construct the pipeline and associated facilities to transport refined fuel products from Imperial Oil Limited’s facility in the City of Hamilton to its facility in the City of Toronto.

Imperial Oil Limited has identified you as someone that owns or has an interest in part of the lands that Imperial Oil Limited wants to expropriate. A copy of the property description and survey and reference maps showing the lands that Imperial Oil Limited is asking to expropriate are attached to this notice.

The Ontario Energy Board’s hearing will not address issues related to compensation. If the Ontario Energy Board authorizes Imperial Oil Limited to expropriate and the parties do not agree upon compensation, the compensation must be determined under the Expropriations Act.

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