OFA provides comments to the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing regarding the proposed Planning Act changes (the proposed More Homes for Everyone Act, 2022). Changes to the Planning Act and Ontario’s land use planning policy framework must recognize that our agricultural areas provide us with food, fibre and fuel, and a broad range of environmental and ecological goods and services that benefit all residents in our Province. More robust protection against development on agricultural land combined with fixed, permanent urban and settlement area boundaries and mandatory compliance with urban density and intensification requirements would achieve objectives for sustainable community building and farmland protection for future generations. In this submission, OFA makes comments regarding several topics including deferrals and appeals to the Ontario Land Tribunal, new rules respecting municipally refunded application fees, municipal parameters for a Minister’s Zoning Order, community benefit charges, site plan control, and plan of subdivision approvals. OFA appreciates the opportunity to provide our feedback and agricultural perspectives on the proposed changes to the Planning Act.