The end of the calendar year is often a time to reflect on the past and look forward. Make sure you take time during this busy season to provide the IJC with reflections on past progress toward improving Great Lakes water quality and your hopes for the future of our shared waters.
Triennial Assessment of Progress
International Joint Commission Hears Public Input on Great Lakes Water Quality During Events in Niagara Falls
From September 25 to 29, the International Joint Commission was in Niagara Falls, Ontario, conducting public engagement activities, including participating in the Canadian and United States governments’ Great Lakes Public Forum.
Do you have feedback about efforts to improve the water quality of the Great Lakes? Are you interested in hearing from others in each basin?
From September through December 2022 the IJC hosted an online survey to gather input on the Canadian and US governments' 2022 Progress Report of the Parties and the water quality in your Great Lake. The survey is now closed.
Livestream Recording: September 28, 2022 IJC Public Input Meeting Reflections on Great Lakes Water Quality Progress
Whether you just visited your first Great Lake this summer or you’ve lived in the basin your entire life, you possess unique views and knowledge about the health and water quality of the Great Lakes.
Canada-US Achievements in Protecting the Great Lakes: Highlights from the 2022 Progress Report of the Parties
It takes many years to plan, coordinate, implement and verify the actions and programs that restore, protect and enhance the environmental health and water quality of the Great Lakes.
International Joint Commission Seeks Public Feedback on Canadian, US Governments’ Actions to Achieve Great Lakes Water Quality Agreement Objectives
Today, the International Joint Commission (IJC) launches its efforts to gather public feedback on the Canadian and United States governments’ latest actions to protect, restore and enhance Great Lakes water quality.