Ontario Housing Minister Paul Calandra says Grimsby and Pickering will get money back for costs associated with the removal of Greenbelt land. Last month, the province backed out of plans to remove 15 parcels of land from the Greenbelt to build more homes. While the government has started the process to return land that was removed, Pickering and Grimsby say they spent a lot of time and money to bring the original plans to life. Grimsby says it spent $82,000, while Pickering claims to have spent just over $360,000. The two municipalities say the costs include legal and consulting work, as well as the time staff spent on work related to the plans. Calandra adds the costs they are submitting will be reviewed.