Development Potential and Other Benefits from Restoration, Enhancement and Protection of Great Lakes Basin Watersheds
Inland Waters Directorate, Ontario Region, 1993 - Environmental protection - 191 pages
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1991 Impact Thousands 1991 Taxes Thousands Benefits and Avoided Business Tax 0.00 capital expenditures Capital Spending contamination Corporate Profit Tax development benefits impacts Direct Benefits Direct Economic Development Direct Indirect ft Don River Valley Don Valley RAP ecological capital economic activity economic development benefits Environment Canada environmental services factors of production Federal Provincial follow-on investments framework ft Induced Total Gross Output Labour habitat Hamilton centre Hamilton Harbour Hamilton RAP Income Employment Person Income Gross Output increased Indirect ft Induced Induced Total Income Initial Restoration Outlays input-output models Labour Income Employment Lakes Basin Lower Don River Lower Don Valley numbers Output Labour Income Property & Business Province Wide Provincial Local Total Provincial Sales Tax RAP Hamilton recreational Region of Impact residential intensification Sales Tax 0.00 sector Services Tax structural economic change Sustainability benefits Thousands of Dollars Toronto Waterfront Total Income Gross Total Personal Tax Total Taxes water quality watershed restoration