Grimard says town has no choice if it wants to pursue economic development.
Regulations, which will take effect at the end of the year, bar the import, sale or use of processed asbestos fibres and products containing them.
Will cover locating it, identifying risks, assessing hazards and what action to take.
It’s prioritizing those that are the most dangerous and widely used.
A $50-million regional diversification fund will help attract new business.
Shutting a nuke plant, scuttling asbestos revival and threatening shale gas development.