Vincent Condo . Wan Jin Chinese woman was charged with 9 counts! This may not sound like such a serious matter, but it caused a lot of trouble: a Chinese woman living in Fisherman’s Village was charged with nine counts and faced a fine of up to C $300000 for cutting down three trees in the yard without authorization.Please Visit: Vincent Condo to Get Your VVIP Registration Today!
Wu Jialing (Jialing Wu, a Chinese resident who was sued by the Wanjin municipal government, is the head of 51 Gainsville Avenue (‘s original number 47). The property is located in the skyrocketing area of (Unionville), the fisherman village, and many owners choose to demolish the old house for reconstruction.
The troubled detached house is at the end of the path, with the park on the other side. A sign in front of the door indicates that the owner is applying for alteration of the property, including an increase in (lot coverage) and height of the house, and a reduction in the area of the front yard.
The head of the household, Wu Jialing, cut down three big trees in front of her house without application, so she was complained by her neighbors. The city government then charged the owner with nine counts of violating the Tree Protection bylaw (Tree Preservation By-Law) and the Road occupation bylaw (Road Occupancy By-Law). Wu Jialing will also face a maximum fine of 300000 yuan because the Wanjin city government currently imposes a fine of 500 to 100000 yuan per tree for cutting down trees without permission.
But even so, the neighbors still feel that it is not enough. Then jointly submitted a petition asking the city government to amend the 2008 tree protection by-laws. They believe that Wanjin’s current fine for cutting down trees without permission cannot stop the felling of trees at all.
The case opened on Feb. 9, and prosecutor Chris Bendick advised Wu Jialing not to plead guilty easily and should study it with her lawyer. Wu Jialing asked to postpone the trial for a month and was approved by the judge. After that, Wu Jialing hired a lawyer, David Goodman. After appearing in court on behalf of Wu Jialing on March 30th, David Goodman will reappear in court in mid-May.
In Toronto, the government hopes to increase the greening rate from 17% in the past to 30% in the future, and naturally there are strict laws and regulations on tree protection, as do other surrounding cities. Although they are their own trees, it also depends on the face of the municipal government when they are cut down. Trees with a height of more than 1.4 meters or a diameter of more than 30 centimeters must apply before they are cut down. The free world of Canada is not random.